For years, they've been the NBA's perennial laughing stock, but the league's most hopeless team may have reason to hope this summer.
There aren't that many elite point guards available this summer, but the cap crunch should still make the market for them quite fascinating.
Tyreke Evans' comeback was one of the greatest stories that led to nothing, which can only make one wonder what could have been.
It hasn't been pretty, but LeBron has given Cleveland his best when the stakes have been at its highest, which couldn't always be said about him.
This Bryan Colangelo kerfluffle in Philadelphia could be nothing more than gossip, but if it's true, then Philly has a problem.
The Celtics may be best served by arriving at a few important decisions sooner rather than later, writes Matt John.
Trae Young has exceeded expectations since his freshman year of college, and he believes he will continue to do so in the NBA
After a tough five-year period filled with loss and disappointment, the Lakers have finally put themselves back in a position to succeed.
Danny Ainge has rolled the dice over the past couple of drafts, but his most recently selected draftees have all been right on the money.
The Raptors may have suffered another humiliating playoff exit, but that doesn't mean their window of opportunity is closed, writes Matt John.
Moral victories are always fun to watch, but whether they really help a team depends on how they do in the long run, writes Matt John
It may have been a little later than they would have wanted, but the Jrue Holiday that New Orleans has always wanted is finally here, writes...
The bizarre Kawhi Leonard situation won't resolve itself cleanly, which means the Spurs may have to pull the plug, writes Matt John.
The 2016 class did much better in its second year, but several of its players stood out among the pack this season, writes Matt John.
Hassan Whiteside's recent tirade may have signed his death warrant in South Beach, which could lead to several interested suitors this summer, writes Matt John.