Adidas seems to be putting out a lot more video and interesting stuff with the injured Derrick Rose than the healthy, MVP one. Maybe that’s just how it feels.
No doubt, his new line of signature shoes look good and there is always plenty of ads and hype when a new line comes out. I guess this is the norm. Maybe I just miss seeing Rose on the court playing and know that is months away, then to see an ad where he is walking toward a court makes me wish it was all sooner.
Anyway, here is the newest Rose Adidas advertisement. Enjoy.
Could Hayes stick into the regular season? The Knicks have just 14 players with guaranteed salaries, leaving one more spot for a player on an standard contract. Chasson Randle has an unguaranteed salary that becomes partially guaranteed around the time training camp opens. The Knicks could also sign other players, though they’re down to just minimum exceptions.
Hayes – a 6-foot-8 forward – has a chance, but he’s most likely ticketed to New York’s minor-league affiliate after being waived by the parent club.
Who is betting favorite to win Rookie of the Year? Lonzo Ball? Ben Simmons? Depends.
The Rookie of the Year race is wide open heading into next season.
It’s that way every year — if you had predicted Malcolm Brogdon was going to win a year ago, you would have been laughed out of the building — but this coming season has a lot of talent at the top of the board who could win. Lonzo Ball, Ben Simmons, Markelle Fultz, Jayson Tatum all have a real shot — and that’s just the tip of the iceberg.
Who is the better favorite? Depends on where you do your betting.
The William Hill’s Nevada sportsbook (which works with a number of Las Vegas casinos, such as the SLS), has this (hat tip ESPN):