If Emeka Okafor goes on to enjoy big-time success in the NBA, he'll be one of the few No. 2 picks to do so.
The announcement that Allen Iverson is done for the season raises for more questions than it answers.
The Knicks haven't shown any progress on the basketball court as a result of Isiah Thomas' leadership.
The Grizzlies are just as close to achieving home court as they are from missing the playoffs altogether.
The Hornets should cruise in March, while the Bucks' drive for home-court advantage could hit a serious snag.
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In seven seasons in the NBA, Shareef Abdur-Rahim's teams have won only 28.4 percent of their games.
While Iverson and T-Mac are revving up for the playoffs, Joe Smith is struggling and Mike Dunleavy Jr. isn't doing much of anything.
Shaq's a bully and KG can embarrass just about anyone, but Charles Oakley is an on-court body guard.
Other players are performing well for the Jazz, but they're still turning to a 40 year old when the game's on the line.
Tim Duncan is hot. Brent Barry is not. And Matt Harpring has quietly become of the league's top long-range shooters.