Why NBA teams should emphasize a good defensive coach over a good offensive one when hiring.
Frozen envelopes. Loaded balls. Corrupted officials. It's the NBA Draft Lottery, Super Bowl for sports conspiracy theorists. Here's all the ammo you need heading into Tuesday's big event.
All final four NBA teams in the 2013 playoffs have elite defenses. What's most interesting about that is that three of the teams have manageable payrolls, too.
The Hook previews the Western Conference Finals, where a team of bruisers will face off against a sharpshooting squad that relies on accuracy in all it does.
The Kings have been neglected for so long that the mere presence of someone who cares will drastically alter the course of the franchise.
The Thunder's shrinking title window this season has nothing to do with Kevin Durant and everything to do with the co-star he's missing and the quality of the team he's facing.
The NBA has set the stage for a vote to keep the Kings in Sacramento next week. Some in Seattle are angry at David Stern for doing exactly what they wanted him to do in 2008. Is that fair?
If Curry hadn't signed a long-term deal before the season, he'd be a free agent looking at max money this summer.
Credit the writer who picked 'Melo over LeBron for making his case in public. Now force every other voter to do the same.
In the regular season, Paul George was awesome and the Knicks shot the hell out of the three. Will either happen in the second round?
Oklahoma City survived the first round after one devastating injury. In the second round, the team's star faces his greatest test.