Hoops Rumors Originals 9/13/15-9/19/15

Here’s a look back at the original analysis generated by the Hoops Rumors staff this past week…

  • In his weekly column, Sam Amico, the founder and editor of AmicoHoops.net and a broadcast journalist for Fox Sports Ohio, looked at the effect George Karl could have on the Kings.
  • Chuck Myron broke down all of the contract scenarios for restricted free agent Tristan Thompson.
  • I handed out my 2015 NBA Draft grades to the teams of the Pacific Division.
  • If you missed the week’s live chat, you can view the transcript here.
  • Chuck ran down the players who have partially guaranteed deals for the 2015/16 campaign.
  • As a part of our continuing series, “The Beat,” we interviewed Adam Himmelsbach of The Boston Globe. You can follow Adam on Twitter at @AdamHimmelsbach, and click here to check out his stories on BostonGlobe.com.
  • Chuck interviewed Dave King of SB Nation’s Bright Side of the Sun.
  • Chris Crouse looked at Tyler Zeller as an extension candidate.
  • I broke down the 2015/16 salary cap commitments for the Kings and the Spurs.
  • Chuck ran down who the longest tenured primary basketball executives around the league are.
  • Zach Links highlighted some of the better basketball blogs around in his weekly installment of Hoops Links.
  • Chuck looked at where all of the Celtics players who have been traded since July 2014 are currently.
  • We asked readers to vote on who they would select if they had the chance to redo the the 2003 NBA Draft. Here are the results for the No. 18, No. 19, and No. 20 picks.
  • Chuck looked at the verbal agreements made this offseason that fell apart.
  • If you missed any of our daily reader-driven discussions, be sure to check out the Community Shootaround archives.
  • Chuck ran down all the players who have signed qualifying offers over the years.
  • Here’s how you can follow Hoops Rumors on social media and RSS feeds.
  • I answered reader questions in our Weekly Mailbag.
  • We reviewed our commenting policy. Play nice everyone.
  • We asked readers to rank where each NBA team will finish the 2015/16 campaign. Here are the results for teams No. 30 and No. 29.
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