The Chicago Cubs could break a 108-year championship drought, but which NBA teams have gone the longest without a title?
Following Michael Jordan in Chicago was an impossible task, but Elton Brand did so with surprising success in 1999.
Joel Brigham looks at eight up-and-coming players who hope to get their first All-Star nod this year.
Each year, Joel Brigham makes 50 bold predictions for the upcoming season knowing he'll revisit them again come spring.
Denzel Valentine may have seemed like an uninspired pick, but he is the kind of young pro Chicago loves.
With injuries behind him and a new head coach in place, Indiana's C.J. Miles is excited for this season.
After floundering with atrocious teams the last three seasons, Thaddeus Young finally catches the break he deserves.
Pacers center Al Jefferson enters this season as a reserve and, more importantly, a mentor to young Myles Turner.
Markelle Fultz could be the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA Draft, which makes his college choice all the odder.
With news that Kevin Garnett may retire, we look at the fascinating career of an all-time great NBA player.
In his new book, "The Boys of Dunbar," Alejandro Danois writes about the best high school basketball ever.
Chris Webber is among the NBA greats still waiting for Hall of Fame enshrinement.
Where were prep-to-pros legends planning on attending college had they not gone straight to the NBA?
Kevin Garnett is on a ton of all-time stat lists, but others are looking to climb this year too.
Who have been some of the smartest NBA players over the years? Joel Brigham shares his list.