Anthony Davis is out 4-6 weeks with a broken bone in his left hand, which reminds us that no player's career is a perfect arc, regardless of how pristine we might envision it.
In which the Knicks lose and New York City traps Jordan.
The season's still early, but our writers have OPINIONS. And these OPINIONS will be heard, DAMMIT.
All superstars aren't created equal.
Kobe Bryant isn't Carmelo Anthony, Chris Paul not James Harden, and Kevin Durant hardly LeBron James. That's no slight to anyone; these are basketball's true elite. But the specific individual merits of a given player always differ from those of any other, even though they're never alone in their place on the basketball food chain. That's true of all NBA players, but especially pertinent concerning those at the very top of the pyramid.
Do we overcompensate when projecting sophomore performances? Does that make us bad thinkers? Can I think of a third question?
The Paroxysm crew is here to talk about some of our favorite sophomores.