Insider's Terry Brown measures the statistical impact of the top power forwards remaining in the NBA playoffs.
The Jazz get the most bang for their buck, while the Magic continue to pay a high price for Grant Hill's bum ankle.
With Jason Kidd and Kenyon Martin ailing, the Nets' Richard Jefferson has raised his game to a new level.
The top scorer on any NBA team is only valuable if he is actually on the floor playing for that team.
Don Chaney is still head coach of the Knicks, but there are plenty of signs that suggest he's on his way out.
Darko Milicic, who supposedly had more upside than anyone in the draft, was nowhere to be found on opening night.
When the regular season begins, who will have the freedom and team structure to challenge for the scoring title?
In the five games against the Spurs, the Suns' Shawn Marion has played 236 of a possible 245 total minutes.
The Pistons' ineptitude highlights a curious trend in this postseason -- offense is winning over defense.
In a perfect world, Andrei Kirilenko would have his own shoe commercial and Shawn Marion would be an MVP candidate.