With the state of the John Wall/Bradley Beal partnership being the talk of the offseason, the Wizards look to rebound from a disappointing 2015-16.
Utah’s been a trendy pick to go from the lottery to the playoffs, as they missed out on the postseason after faltering down the stretch.
After reaching the Eastern Conference finals for the first time in franchise history, the Raptors are back for another run.
With Tim Duncan retiring, the Spurs will have an adjustment to make but Gregg Popovich and company are certainly up to the challenge.
The Kings have one of the league’s best players in center DeMarcus Cousins, but there are some major issues with the roster.
After reaching the second round of the playoffs, Damian Lillard and the rest of the Blazers are looking to go even further this year.
Earl Watson, who took over in an interim role last season, begins his first full season as head coach with one of the league’s youngest rosters.
The Sixers asked their fan base to “trust the process” for a couple years, and now the question is how the roster will be made to fit together.
Orlando was very active on the free agent and trade markets this summer, loading up on front court options including Serge Ibaka.
With an active summer on the free agency and trading markets, the Knicks are hopeful that a return to relevancy will be the end result.
Less than a week after the retirement of Kevin Garnett, one of the NBAs most intriguing young teams began training camp.
The Bucks received some bad news prior to the start of training camp, as Khris Middleton will miss at least six months due to injury.
With Dwyane Wade signing with the Bulls and Chris Bosh not getting medical clearance, this offseason marked the end of an era in Miami.
Hit hard by injuries last season, Memphis is already dealing with injuries as training camp gets underway Tuesday.
The Lakers have seen their win total decrease in each of the last three seasons, and they begin life without Kobe Bryant under new head coach Luke Walton.