With so much movement during the NBA free agency, how does each team’s DPW ratio stack up? I break down this year’s Dollars Per Win ratio for each NBA team.
The Washington Wizards have been getting a lot of attention recently and their players are all on the trading bloc. But John Wall should not be considered the prized target for potential suitors. Continue reading
A new free agency season has come and gone and a new NBA season has begun. We look at the Dollars Per Win rankings for the 2018-2019 NBA season.
When a future hall of famer arrives at his last year of his contract and has an option to opt out, they usually do.
2018 NBA Offseason
Before the NBA offseason of 2010, the summer months has always been ho-hum. There has been some moves from stars here and there but nothing quite as big as the many players switching teams during 2010 summer. Since then, watching the tea leaves of players on Twitter or Instagram have been a NBA fan’s pastime. As we wait for the offseason to officially begin on July 1st, we take a look at the top five potential free agents ranked by significance.
Prior to the start of the NBA season, we went over the Dollars Per Win (DPW) ratio for each NBA team. Now that the season has concluded, its time to revisit the ratios and rankings for the 2017-2018 season.
Cleveland Cavaliers act like a franchise that values their future.
Usually, the team losing their star player is getting the short end of the stick, but this is not the case.
With Demarcus Cousins’s contract expiring at the end of this year, the New Orleans Pelicans have a major decision to make.
In the investment world, financial ratios are used to determine if you’re paying to much for business or stock. To name a few there’s the quick ratio, debt to equity ratio and price to earning ratio. When calculated, these ratios show a number that may fall within a set range depending on the industry and the company’s peers. Investors and owners then use these numbers as metrics to gauge the business’s worth and health. Lets use the same framework and apply it the NBA, we call this Dollars Per Win.