LeBron James is assuredly going to be announced as the NBA MVP within the next week or so. But he's mad he only finished second for Defensive Player of the Year. Should he be?
Dwight Howard will be a free agent in July. If he prioritizes a championship, are there any better options than L.A.?
The Bucks were not going to be competitive in the East. So why did they trade assets for a rental the caretaker coach won't play?
An old story dug up about the Maloofs reveals that they almost bought the San Antonio Spurs in the 1990s. Oh man.
Ailene Voisin reports, among other things, that staff for the Sacramento Kings have been told to plan for season tickets and promotions while the fate of the franchise is decided.
Kevin Johnson does not represent or advocate on behalf of Seattle. He owes them literally nothing. So please stop suggesting otherwise.
The inescapable undertone of Memphis' 2-0 playoff deficit is that this may be the last we see of Zach Randolph in a Grizzlies jersey.
The Hawks' best player registered 28 minutes due to foul trouble. Yet Al Horford finished with just three fouls. Ugh.
James Harden wasn't great in the Rockets' Game 1 loss to the Thunder. But seeing him on the court with Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook is just too tempting a daydream.
Ken Berger talked to unnamed owners about the fate of the Sacramento Kings. One calls it a 50-50 proposition.
Lakers management tried to disappear Phil Jackson's imprint from the team two years ago. We're still talking about the Zen Master after a Lakers loss. Welp.
The two star power forwards in Grizzlies vs. Clippers played to a draw on Saturday. Will it continue?
In addition to being the coach of the Warriors, Mark Jackson is the pastor of a Southern California church. Those jobs are becoming increasingly intertwined. Is that a problem?
We have eight games this weekend as the playoffs begin. And with them, five burning questions that could reveal more about the postseason to come.
The Utah Jazz missed the playoffs with a 43-39 record. The Milwaukee Bucks made the playoffs with a 38-44 record. This is not rare. This remains a problem.
Don't panic! The NBA delayed its vote on the Kings' future ... because of procedure outlined in its bylaws.