As LeBron James proved to be more Julius Erving 2.0 than Michael Jordan, he now faces his big choice: Winning (the Bulls), loyalty (the Cavs) or a chance at immortality (the Knicks)?
Did we just witness the murder of professional basketball in Cleveland? Bill takes a look back Celtics-Cavs Game 5 with a retro-diary.
Three sweeps? What kind of second round of the playoffs was this? This only can be reconciled by handing out some awards.
With LeBron James' MVP award a foregone conclusion, Bill Simmons takes on the rest of the NBA season and the playoffs.
In the No Benjamins Association, Bill Simmons says to expect more trades than ever this season.
The season is two weeks old, but it's not too late for Bill Simmons to serve up his biggest NBA preview ever.
With the fate of his beloved Celtics hanging in the balance, Bill Simmons bravely delivers yet another NBA draft diary.
Bill Simmons can't believe no GM had the testicular fortitude to make a move at the trading deadline.
Bill Simmons would like to congratulate the team that gets Allen Iverson because it just landed a once-in-a-lifetime superstar.
From the saddest to the sad, Bill Simmons breaks down the NBA's Eastern Conference -- the worst conference in the history of professional sports.
From worst to first, Bill Simmons breaks down who has a chance at walking away with the NBA crown.
In the final trip he'll ever make to Houston, Bill Simmons has a few awards to hand out from All-Star Weekend.
Bill Simmons counts down who has a shot at the NBA title -- from worst to first.
Bill Simmons, one of the last NBA fans in the world, has plenty to say in Part II of his '05-06 NBA preview.
For the first time in years there's a legitimate MVP race in the NBA and the Sports Guy couldn't be happier.