Week In Review: 10/16/16-10/22/16

With the preseason over and the regular season set to begin in a matter of days, here’s a look back at all the notable news and events from around the NBA this past week:


Eastern Conference

Western Conference



Option Decisions


  • Wizards center Ian Mahinmi suffered a partially torn medial meniscus in his left knee and is expected to be sidelined for four to six weeks as a result.
  • The Spurs hired former Cavs GM Chris Grant as a team scout.
  • The Sixers promoted Ned Cohen to Vice President of Basketball Operations and Chief of Staff, as well as re-structured their analytics department, which will now be led by Vice President of Analytics and Strategy Alex Rucker, and supported by Director of Applied Analytics Dr. Lance Pearson and Sergi Oliva as Director of Basketball Analytics and Innovation.
  • The Grand Rapids Drive, the D-League affiliate of the Pistons, acquired the rights to Jordan Crawford from the Mad Ants in exchange for the No. 6 overall pick in the D-League draft.
  • Elton Brand announced his retirement.
  • The Rockets will lose starting point guard Patrick Beverley for at least three weeks as the player will undergo arthroscopic surgery on his left knee.

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