#front-office

Toronto Raptors: Making a roster case for all 3 non-guaranteed players
The Toronto Raptors are on the verge of finally setting their 15-man roster after finishing up their postseason grind against the Washington Wizards.
LA Clippers News: Blake Griffin reveals more details about 2018 trade from Clippers
In the list of greatest Clippers of all time, Blake Griffin's name can't be far from the top.
Dodgers vs Braves NLCS Preview: Taking a Closer Look at Games 1 and 2 in Atlanta
Wilmer Flores did not swing. The umpire's call was wrong, and he should have been given the opportunity to continue his at-bat against Max Scherzer, a pitcher he was 0-for-17 in his career against.
Frank Vogel will consult with LeBron James, Anthony Davis and front office on starting lineup
Carmelo Anthony was being partially facetious earlier this summer when he said that LeBron James was the GM of the Los Angeles Lakers, but there was also some substance behind his tongue-in-cheek crack.
Thoughts on Cubs hiring of Carter Hawkins as GM, and the statement from Tom Ricketts to season ticket holders
Carter Hawkins continues a trend of recent hires by the Cubs from outside the organization which have been widely acclaimed throughout the industry.
Blackhawks veteran gets a chance to fill-in for Pat Foley
Pat Foley has been the voice of the Blackhawks for decades, but he announced he'll be stepping down once this season is over.
Brewers Notes: Hiura, Yelich, Stearns
The Brewers were bumped from the postseason earlier this week, losing their Division Series against the Braves.
Lakers hoping Joel Ayayi will join G League team after training camp cut, aren't sure when they'll use second two-way contract
Joel Ayayi joined the Lakers with about as much hype as an undrafted rookie can accrue.
Ricketts: Cubs Will Be "Active" In Free Agency
Three full offseasons have elapsed since the Cubs signed to a six-year contract, and the only multi-year arrangement they've signed with a free agent in the offseasons since was a two-year, $5MM deal to utilityman Daniel Descalso.
Battle-tested Dodgers show once again that experience matters in October
It's an immeasurable quality, the kind even the most thorough, well-funded research and development departments still can't quantify, so Andrew Friedman wasn't sure if the team he constructed would ride its experience to a win Thursday night.