A tandem of Wizards, trails being blazed in Portland, a home for Monta Ellis, hope for Michael Jordan's team and Anthony Davis' development all warrant a moment this Thanksgiving, Scoop Jackson writes.
Everyone wants to grab the Heat's crown, but which teams made the right moves to put themselves in position to grab it? Scoop Jackson takes a look.
The question going forward will be, Is Lamar Odom worth the risk? After his disappearing act in Dallas, will teams be willing to take the risk of signing the big, talented forward?
He's a ray of sunlight for Mavericks fans now. But it wasn't so long ago that the air around Dirk Nowitzki was fogged with the stench of his prior playoff failures. How easily we forget!
It's the question we've been asking since the Finals began: Who on the Mavs will help Dirk win? The answer should've been easy, if we'd only been paying attention: Shawn Marion.
We knew the Heat were going to be an offensive fireworks display. But the way D-Wade, LeBron and Bosh are playing in-your-face defense right now? Who'd have thunk it?
He had this opportunity five years ago, too, and didn't make it work for him. Now, Dirk Nowitzki has a rare second chance to claim his place among the NBA's best-ever players.
Where Brandon Roy and the Trail Blazers go from here is anyone's guess. But the way in which Portland's star guard reached this point is already one of the best sports stories of the year.
Scoop Jackson appraises the state of the NBA's contenders and how free agency is shaking out.
Mark Cuban should know better than to disrespect a man's mother. You just don't do it.
Who would be on the Mount Rushmore of the NBA? Scoop Jackson makes his picks for each franchise.
Here are a few tips for Mark Cuban, whose dancing just might determine the NBA's credibility.
With the NBA playoffs about to begin, here are the five with the most to prove this postseason, according to Page 2's Scoop Jackson.
Big Ben and Artest may have been past it, but what Jesse Jackson did Friday was important, writes Scoop Jackson.
Why do we love hoops? Scoop Jackson shows why with his list of predictions, thoughts and pronouncements in his 2006-07 Superficial NBA preview.
Scoop Jackson doesn't like to say "genius," but after watching Pat Riley lead Miami to a title, he thinks it's OK.