James Dolan has forced Knicks fans to root against their own team, writes Adrian Wojnarowski.
Shaq still has the skills to put up a 30 and 20 game. But as Adrian Wojnarowski writes, those skills don't serve much purpose when he's in constant foul trouble.
He started Game 1 vs. the Heat on fire, with 20 points in 23 minutes. But if Richard Jefferson can't return from a sprained ankle, the Nets' hopes might be extinguished.
If Vince Carter is ever going to live up to expectations, this is the time to do it.
Vince Carter has been brilliant this season. With the playoffs looming, he'll need to be even more brilliant for the surging Nets.
As a player, Joe Dumars shined in the shadows. Nothing's changed now that he's upstairs, writes Adrian Wojnarowski.
Mike Krzyzewski has a good job at Duke. But Adrian Wojnarowski writes he also has a great opportunity with USA hoops.
The Eastern Conference is gaining on the West. Adrian Wojnarowski spells out 10 reasons why.
Is Pat Riley about to replace his longtime ally, Stan Van Gundy? Adrian Wojnarowski wonders.
Once again, it's not that Larry Brown is leaving a job, it's how he's leaving, Adrian Wojnarowski writes.
The only honorable way out of Jeff Van Gundy's tangle with the Commish is to tell him what he wants to hear.
Alonzo Mourning is thriving with the Miami Heat. So why couldn't he play this way for the New Jersey Nets, wonders Adrian Wojnarowski.
In the New York City area, the former center of the basketball universe, only the Nets are worth watching.
Despite LeBron James' success, the NBA should push for age limits or risk the further erosion of the league by the prom-to-pros generation.
Time has vindicated the Nets' decision that K-Mart just isn't the place -- or the player -- to be paying full price.
The Knicks don't need Phil Jackson and his Zen philosophy. What they need is a kick in the butt.