Craig Brackins

Philadelphia 76ers #33 - Forward

  • Born: 10/09/87
  • Age: 34
  • Height: 6-10
  • Weight: 230

Nets Draft 2020: Draft Night Wonders and Blunders


It’s an annual exercise, a look at how the Nets did well and not so well going back 20 years. (It’s getting better.)

Assessing The Top High Schoolers’ October Decisions


Halloween is already on our rear-view, so it’s time to take a look at the commitments some of the best players from the class of 2020 have made this month, and how things stand around the nation.

The Lakers’ Paul George free agency pitch leaked because Los Angeles is so bad at tampering


George is still under contract with the Thunder, but that’s not stopping LA.

Nets Draft 2018: Draft Night Wonders and Blunders


It is what it is. Be a fan, read it all, including the newly revised story of the Boston Celtics trade, the Brooklyn Nets original sin.

What Does the No. 21 Pick in the NBA Draft Get You?

The Utah Jazz have the No. 21 pick in this year’s draft. How good has that pick been historically?

Nets Draft 2017: What history says Nets can get at 22 and 27


We’re tracking the Nets Draft right up to June 22. Today, it’s a look at what you can (reasonably) expect at Nos. 22 and 27.

How Often do Reaches in the Draft Work Out?


In every draft, teams take players well ahead of where most fans expect them to be picked. These selections are usually accompanied with anger or disappointment from the fans. But are these...

NBA Draft: The history of the 21st overall pick


The Hawks hold the 21st pick, and we look to history for a barometer of what to expect.

Pelicans in Power Rankings - Week 21


Operation #TankFlight got off to a rough start on Sunday.

Tibor Pleiss is the NBA's Romantic Comedy

Who says that Germans can't show their emotions?

PREVIEW: Sixers vs. Clippers


Sixers avoid the travel in this road back-to-back, but their competition has undergone a significant upgrade from Hot Garbage Lakers to Playoff Contending Clippers

The 5 Worst Thunder Draft Picks of All-Time


Find out how easily OKC could have had Eric Bledsoe, Quincy Pondexter, and Taj Gibson.