Behind Yao and T-Mac, the Rockets looked solid in taking a 2-0 series lead over the Jazz. But Greg Anthony sees a Utah team capable of learning from its mistakes.
Warriors or Clippers? Greg Anthony sees Golden State back in the playoffs when the final day of the regular season ends.
Detroit captured the East's top seed, gaining a measure of wisdom from last year's late-season fall, Greg Anthony writes.
Keeping Nash dishes in check. Limiting Suns' 3-point attempts. Thursday's win showed how the Spurs can control the Suns, Greg Anthony writes.
The Lakers have 24 reasons why they could spring a playoff upset, Greg Anthony writes.
Ben Wallace gave his old team his best shot. Now Greg Anthony checks the road ahead for two East powers, the Bulls and Pistons.
The Mavs showed their superior polish in beating the Cavs, Greg Anthony writes.
Dallas won its 17th in a row, and the Lakers their lost sixth straight. Greg Anthony looks ahead for both teams.
Chris Bosh, Chauncey Billups and Dywane Wade. Those three are MVPs of their respective divisions. Greg Anthony picks all six of his choices.
No franchise saviors have emerged from this draft, but Blazers guard Brandon Roy ranks first among rookies, Greg Anthony writes.
The Lakers won, but the surging Heat look rejuvenated in their overtime loss at Staples Center, Greg Anthony writes.
Allen Iverson faced his old team and was routed. Greg Anthony counts down the days till J.R. and Melo return.
Roughly one quarter of the way into the NBA season, Greg Anthony has some big selections when picking his Top 5 MVP candidates so far.
The Phoenix Suns and New Jersey Nets engaged in a 161-157 double OT classic. Greg Anthony loves this game.
J.R. Smith is helping Carmelo Anthony carry the load for the streaking Nuggets. How he handles a setback will be worth watching, Greg Anthony writes.