The Pacers have six players averaging double-digits and would have seven if their point guard wasn't so busy dishing out assists.
The Blazers' attempt to purchase an NBA title by throwing money toward supremely talented players has backfired.
The Rockets are allegedly Yao Ming's team, but Steve Francis still led Houston in scoring in the postseason.
For the third straight season, Andrei Kirilenko has raised his averages in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocks.
Antawn Jamison's scoring average is down, but he's shooting a career-best 52.7 from the field.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan can score, rebound, pass and defend. Just don't ask him to shoot free throws anymore.
The success of players like Earl Boykins and Troy Hudson has scouts wondering who the next late bloomer will be.
The Clippers have gotten to the free throw line 195 more times than their opponents, but it hasn't helped them in the standings.
In a perfect world, Andrei Kirilenko would have his own shoe commercial and Shawn Marion would be an MVP candidate.
Jason Kidd is hot. Jamaal Tinsley is not. And Karl Malone might be headed for a substantial pay cut.
Jerry Stackhouse is hot. Karl Malone is not. And Drew Gooden is about to get his first dose or reality.
In a very short span, Jerry West built a team for the ages.