Ironically, the biggest winners from the trade deadline are two teams that didn't steal headlines, writes Moke Hamilton.
After a busy deadline day, Moke Hamilton reviews the deals you need to know about.
Kyrie Irving thought, before all of us, that he was Stephen Curry's peer. Fortunately for us, he's proven himself correct.
If nothing else, the Rockets gave everyone, including the Warriors, something to think about by beating the champs.
All good things come to an end. Chris Paul realized it. It's time for the Clippers front office to.
The Celtics look like title contenders, and they're only going to get better, writes Moke Hamilton.
The Knicks have sputtered and Kristaps Porzingis is complaining about attrition. It's cause for concern.
Can the Warriors be stopped? We might get an idea during the first week of January.
He may come in a small package, but Isaiah Thomas' impending return is a big deal for the Cavs.
Daryl Morey might already be looking past the Spurs. That might not be such a great idea.
Did Carmelo fail the Knicks, or vice versa? As his former teammates proved, the answer is somewhere in the middle.
The Nets hope Jahlil Okafor can be a franchise player for them, but, of course, only when he's ready.
Even without Kawhi, the Spurs have been dominant. Imagine how good they'll be when he returns.
Doc Rivers refused to rebuild in Boston. In Los Angeles, it's time to face the music.
Through 20 games, the Eastern Conference has been the better, and for that, we give thanks.