While trade talk is dominating the NBA, the 2017 NBA Draft class is starting to take serious shape.
Teams are making new passes at big names to see if there's a pre-deadline deal to be made.
Not all trade rumors come from the same places, nor capture the real intent of the teams involved.
If the Knicks are making calls on a Carmelo Anthony trade, there are some teams that make sense.
Basketball Insiders’ publisher Steve Kyler talks about the situation surrounding Jimmy Butler and the Chicago Bulls.
After leading college basketball last year, Chicago's Denzel Valentine is now struggling to find minutes in the NBA.
The Orlando Magic plan to be aggressive in finding changes, Magic GM Rob Hennigan explained why.
Even when a change might be needed, for most NBA teams, it's not an easy decision.
Rudy Gay was supposed to be the centerpiece of the trade deadline. His Achilles injury will change things.
Chris Paul's injury will impact the Clippers in the standings, but it may not require them to panic.
With the NBA looking at labor peace for the foreseeable future, is expansion back on the table?
As NBA teams cross the 40-game mark this week, it's time to start looking at the 2017 NBA Draft class.
It is going to be easy to blame Derrick Rose for the Knicks problems, but this is not entirely his fault.
Eric Gordon has fit like a glove and may deserve an appearance at All-Star weekend, writes Steve Kyler.
The trade deadline isn't just about improving a roster, sometimes it is about moving off some ending contracts and roster housekeeping.