Hoops Rumors Originals 12/20/15-12/26/15

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

  • If you missed the week’s live chat, you can view the transcript here.
  • As a part of our continuing series, “The Beat,” Chuck Myron interviewed James Ham of CSN California and CSNBayArea.com.
  • Zach Links highlighted some of the better basketball blogs around in his weekly installment of Hoops Links.
  • Chuck looked at Joakim Noah as a trade candidate.
  • Will Joseph answered reader questions in our Weekly Mailbag.
  • Chuck ran down where all the ex-Sixers who’ve appeared on the team’s regular season roster during GM Sam Hinkie’s tenure are currently playing.
  • If you missed any of our daily reader-driven discussions, be sure to check out the Community Shootaround archives.
  • Chuck examined the likelihood of each player with a non-guaranteed salary sticking past the upcoming contract guarantee date.
  • We ran down where each player who inked a 10-day pact during the 2014/15 campaign currently is.
  • Here’s how you can follow Hoops Rumors on social media and RSS feeds.
  • Chuck ran down the 2013 draftees whose rookie scale contracts didn’t run to term.
  • We provided a refresher on how the Gilbert Arenas Provision works.
  • Chuck ran down the NBA teams that currently possess cap space.
  • I looked at the 2016/17 projected salary cap numbers for the Kings, Trail Blazers, Raptors, Spurs, Raptors and Jazz.
  • You can keep track of where your favorite team currently stands in relation to the 2016 NBA Draft lottery with our reverse standings tracker.
  • Chuck looked at the Pistons’ waiving of Josh Smith a year ago, and he examined the effect it had on all involved.
  • We reviewed our commenting policy. Play nice everyone.
  • Here’s how you can follow specific players on Hoops Rumors.
  • Chuck looked back at transactions that have taken place on December 25th.

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