19.7184.108.40.206>0.0 4.4Pistons10.510.510.610.52.219.62220.127.116.11 65.919.01.2>0.0>0.09.2Team 112.02.22.42.8 18.104.22.168.5Team 22.214.171.124.7 3.9Timberwolves14.013.412.712.014.826.07.0 The 2020 NBA Draft was in a state of flux for months as the league attempted to navigate the problems presented by the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.Now with the 2019-20 season back on track, the offseason calendar is starting to take shape. More challenges could arise, of course, but top prospects like LaMelo Ball, Anthony Edwards and James Wiseman can at least start preparing for the draft process. 6.2Hornets6.06.36.77.2 34.5126.96.36.199>0.0 4.1Hawks12.512.211.9188.8.131.526.72.2 5.5Bulls184.108.40.206.5 7.0Team 220.127.116.11.7 8.0Team 103.03.33.64.0 5.0Knicks9.09.29.49.6 77.612.60.4>0.010.3Team 18.104.22.168.8 8.629.822.214.171.124 92.02.312.4Team 126.96.36.199.6 TEAM1234567891011121314AVGWarriors14.013.412.711.947.9 3.7Cavaliers14.013.412.712.027.820.0 MORE: Breaking down the 2020 NBA Draft lotteryWhen will teams be on the clock? Here’s everything you need to know about the 2020 NBA Draft.When is the NBA Draft in 2020?Date: Oct. 16, 2020Time: TBDLocation: Barclays Center, Brooklyn, N.Y.The 2020 NBA Draft will take place on Oct. 16 at Barclays Center in Brooklyn, N.Y., the Nets’ home venue. The first and second rounds will be held on that date.NBA Draft TV channel, how to live streamTV channels: ESPNLive stream: Watch ESPN appThis year’s draft will be broadcast on ESPN. You can also stream the draft on the Watch ESPN app.Will the NBA Draft process be in-person or virtual?The NBA has not yet made an official decision on how it will conduct this year’s draft, lottery or combine. The league did send out emails informing several prospects they had been selected to attend the combine, according to ESPN’s Jonathan Givony, but the NBA made it clear there is no guarantee a combine will actually occur ahead of the draft.This is an example of the email players invited to the NBA Combine received. pic.twitter.com/0iz00QiY6H— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) July 27, 2020While a virtual draft wouldn’t be ideal, the NFL proved it can be done, and that draft covered seven rounds over three days. The NBA could use the NFL as a model and attempt to limit any technical issues that may arise.For now, NBA front offices are limited to setting up virtual meetings and watching old game film as they continue to build their draft boards.NBA Draft lottery oddsThe 2020 NBA Draft lottery will be held Aug. 20. The lottery odds are based on the records of teams when the 2019-20 season was suspended on March 11.Here are each team’s lottery odds with the percent chance to land each pick (via Tankathon). 50.725.93.00.1>0.0 97.613.7NBA mock draft 2020SN’s mock draft following the suspension of play in March, curated by NBA Draft expert Chris Stone, takes a look at the top prospects in this year’s class.Here is Stone’s projected top five for this year’s draft:Warriors — Anthony Edwards, GeorgiaCavaliers — James Wiseman, MemphisTimberwolves — LaMelo Ball, IllawarraHawks — Isaac Okoro, AuburnPistons — Tyrese Maxey, KentuckyCheck out the rest of Stone’s mock draft here.
Single-Family Rentals Boom in Markets Hit Hardest by Crisis August 9, 2016 517 Views Share Single Family Rental Market 2016-08-09 Seth Welborn Metro areas that experienced more foreclosures during the housing bust have seen a larger increase in the share of single-family homes that are rented, according to a recent report from Zillow. The increase in the share of single-family homes that are rented has shown to be most prominent in the Southwest United States.Zillow states that a growing share of single-family homes are now being rented, and by extension, more of the country’s rental market is now composed of single-family homes. The report states that for much of the 1980s and 1990s, the share of single-family homes that were rented hovered between 12 percent and 15 percent, with that share slightly decreasing during the housing boom years. Since the housing bust, though, the share has skyrocketed and has increased from 13.4 percent in early 2007 to 18.8 percent by early 2015.Similarly, for much of the 1980s and 1990s single-family homes accounted for roughly one-quarter of the country’s rental market. The report states that in spring 2007, single-family homes were 30.5 percent of all rental units but by spring 2015, they were 36.5 percent of all rental units.The increase in the share of single-family homes that are rented has been most predominant in metro markets in the Southwest. The report cites Las Vegas as having experienced the largest increase, rising 13.1 percentage points from 16.1 percent in 2005 to 29.1 percent in 2014. The report says that the next highest increase is attributed to Merced, California with a rate of 24.7 percent increased to 36.6 percent. Following Merced is Phoenix with an increase from 11.8 percent to 23.4 percent and Vallejo, California with an increase of 14.7 percent to 25.9 percent.Zillow attributes the large increase in rented single-family homes in the Southwest to the fact that Southwestern markets were hit very hard by the housing bust. When homeowners were foreclosed upon, millions of families looking for a place to live turned to renting the same kind of single-family homes they had previously owned prior to foreclosure. And Zillow says that during the years following the housing bust, investors purchased foreclosed homes and converted them to rentals in many of these hard hit communities to meet the new demand.Zillow’s research details the share of single-family homes that are rentals having increased more in the metros with the most foreclosure activity. They ranked metros by the intensity of foreclosures between 2009 and 2011, and then took the average of the share of single-family homes in those metros that are rentals. It was found that in the metros with the most foreclosure activity, the share of single family homes that are rentals increased 7 percentage points from 19.2 percent in 2005 to 26.2 percent in 2014. In contrast, the metros with the least foreclosure activity showed that the share of single-family homes that are rentals increased by 2.7 percentage points, from 10.1 percent to 12.8 percent. in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, News read more