Marc Stein says that Ben Wallace needs to improve his disposition -- and his play -- in Chicago.
Time to trade Kevin Garnett? Marc Stein finally thinks so. Read why in the Weekend Dime.
For most of his basketball life, Ben Wallace was the antithesis of big-time. That was the Chicago Bulls' big advantage, Marc Stein writes.
They've managed to strip Detroit of its beloved Ben Wallace, but the Chicago Bulls can't quite claim to be the surprise team of this fledging NBA offseason.
Marc Stein reports that a rookie, some youngsters and some old vets are defining De-troit Bas-ket-ball so far.
In Detroit, the Flip Saunders era promises to feature a happy squad, more running, more points, more zone and more Darko.
Marc Stein tries to help the Finals' struggling TV ratings with a list rating the 10 participants that matter most.
The Finals is now a best best-of-three, but that's about all we know for certain in this Split Personality Series.
To 'fro or cornrow? Marc Stein thinks that when Ben Wallace lets his hair out, his game follows suit.
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The Malice of Auburn Hills gave David Stern a long-awaited opportunity to make a loud statement about the behavior he expects from NBA players.
In determining suspensions for Friday's brawl, David Stern should consider how European soccer dishes out punishment for player-fan conflicts.
It was an ugly scene in Detroit, but the reality is that interest in the league will inevitably skyrocket in the wake of Friday night's fights.
The man who signs the Pistons' paychecks and the Mag writer who picked Detroit got major props.
The Nets' task of defending their East crown just got harder with the emergence of the Pacers and Pistons.
Joe Dumars says injured center Ben Wallace will be ready to play in the Pistons' playoff opener.