Scott Perry's summer will have a tremendous impact on whether his tenure in New York is a success.
If travel concerns are your reason for not supporting reformatting the NBA Playoffs, your argument is flawed.
For the first time in seven years, the Clippers won't be in the playoffs. It signifies the end of an era.
With Kyrie Irving out the picture, the Sixers could make an improbable run to the Conference Finals.
Ray Allen addressed his relationships with Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Rajon Rondo.
LeBron James has proven a major point this season. The throne still belongs to him.
The Celtics finally got some good news on Thursday. Jaylen Brown's return is imminent.
The Warriors are wounded, and with Chris Paul, the Rockets may be equipped to take advantage.
Believe it or not, the Spurs' 20-year playoff streak coming to an end could pay off in the long run.
With his tenure in Cleveland a flaming failure, Derrick Rose now takes his talents to Minneapolis.
Frank Ntilikina has been getting less reps at point guard, but that isn't the end of the world, writes Moke Hamilton.
Anthony Davis isn't doing anything that James Harden hasn't been doing for years. There's one real MVP, writes Moke Hamilton.
In September, the NBA announced changes to the draft lottery, but the next few weeks will prove that major overhaul is what's needed.
Based on Adam Silver's comments, it's safe to assume that the NBA will soon reformat the playoffs.
By trading Willy Hernangomez and acquiring Emmanuel Mudiay, the Knicks made inconsistent trades, writes Moke Hamilton.