In ESPN The Magazine's One Day One Game Issue, Bradford Doolittle writes that we shouldn't fault the Lakers and Kings for chasing pingpong balls. Tanking really works.
Bradford Doolittle says while the Cleveland Cavaliers have emerged as the front-runners for free agent Andrew Bynum, the Dallas Mavericks remain the best fit for the former All-Star center.
Bradford Doolittle takes stock of all the teams in the Eastern Conference and offers a move for each one to reach the next level of success.
Bradford Doolittle says the L.A. Clippers' struggles in "clutch" situations might have been alleviated had they acquired Kevin Garnett.
Bradford Doolittle looks at which teams stand to gain the most from shorter rotations in the playoffs. If you're the Miami Heat, that just means more of LeBron James and Dwyane Wade.
Bradford Doolittle handicaps the Miami Heat's remaining schedule and says Spurs, Bulls and Celtics have the best shot at beating the Heat.
Bradford Doolittle offers this week's Big Man Barometer, ranking the NBA's top power forwards and centers.
Bradford Doolittle identifies and ranks the NBA's 10 best interior defenders. Milwaukee's Larry Sanders tops the list.
Bradford Doolittle writes that even though the Boston Celtics are under .500, their best chance to win is still to keep their core together, rather than to trade Rajon Rondo.
As part of Insider's series looking at the top candidates to beat the Miami Heat in 2012-13, Bradford Doolittle examines whether or not the Boston Celtics have improved after their offseason moves.
Bradford Doolittle projects win totals for the Eastern Conference, and most contenders took a step backward.
Bradford Doolittle says the Boston Celtics face some hard decisions after the 2012 postseason.
Bradford Doolittle updates Basketball Prospectus' season-ending projections for the Eastern Conference, where the Bulls look like they have what it takes to beat the Heat for the No. 1 seed.
Bradford Doolittle of Basketball Prospectus projects the new pecking order in the Eastern Conference, which is still led by the Bulls and the Heat.
For all the talk about how NCAA tournament play affects draft status, evidence shows it to be a minor factor, at best.