Chris Broussard gives his award winners for the 2014 NBA season. He sees Kevin Durant, the best pure scorer in the league, as MVP.
Chris Broussard breaks down his choices for NBA All-Star rosters. The Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers, the top two teams in the Eastern Conference, each have two starters.
Chris Broussard polls NBA coaches, a GM and a scout to determine whether the Portland Trail Blazers are legitimate title contenders.
Chris Broussard offers up his top five storylines for the 2013-14 NBA season.
How do Dwight Howard and Chris Paul join forces? Kevin Pelton ranks the most likely landing spots.
Chris Broussard empties the notebook and examines a potential power play by Phil Jackson in Detroit as summer coaching rumors start to stir in Brooklyn and Los Angeles.
Chris Broussard talks with an NBA assistant coach to rank the best openings and potential openings in the league.
Chris Broussard writes that Cleveland's hire of Mike Brown as the Cavaliers' new head coach doesn't rule out a return to Cleveland of LeBron James in 2014. Plus, more buzz from around the NBA.
Chris Broussard offers his award winners for 2012-13 NBA season, including Damian Lillard for Rookie of the Year.
Chris Broussard empties his notebook and talks about trade whispers he's hearing around the NBA.
Chris Broussard says the Lakers should fire coach Mike D'Antoni now and salvage whatever appeal Los Angeles has for Dwight Howard in the best interests of the team's future.
Chris Broussard writes that L.A. Clippers standout Eric Bledsoe is the best non-starting PG in the NBA. According to teammate Chris Paul, Bledsoe deserves to start -- and receive a starter's salary -- for another team next season.
Chris Broussard takes a look at three places Dwight Howard might end up next season if the Lakers keep losing and his unhappiness grows.
Chris Broussard says Oklahoma City Thunder guard Kevin Martin is trying to rehab his reputation from selfish to team-first player.
Chris Broussard offers up five players who based on play, and in the eyes of evaluators, look lost so far this season.
Chris Broussard offers his five most surprising starts to the 2012-13 NBA season.