Blueprint for small-market success starts with a good draft | NBA.com
interesting take though i personally disagree. everything he lists there the big market teams also have alongside being able to attract big time free agents. so when he says, "In some respects, there are obvious advantages enjoyed by the larger markets. But in the end, there is no big market/small market. There are good teams and bad teams
." i strongly disagree. if toronto were an attractive market, imagine where we'd be right now with bosh? possibly with lebron alongside him. and Carter
probably wouldn't have left since wed have been a bigger market and thus more able to support carter. to be frank, i think colangelo is one of the best managers in the game today and had he been manager to say knicks he would have made that team better than what they are now. he just can't do that here; why? not because were a bad team, but a small market. discuss.