Tim Duncan finds new ways to amaze, but in his same old quiet manner.
The NBA's rebounding stats explain why the 43-year-old former husband of Carmen Electra thinks he still can play.
What's the difference between a good player and a great player? A great player makes his teammates better.
Led by Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan, there is no shortage of "real" power forwards in the NBA.
With salary-cap limitations and luxury-tax consequences, NBA teams can't afford to build rosters for the long haul.
The Pistons were one of the healthiest teams in the NBA during regular season, and that carried over into the playoffs.
The Pistons, a team shooting 40 percent in the playoffs, is one game away from turning the NBA world upside down.
Chauncey Billups' ability to get to the free-throw line has given the Pistons a fighting chance against the Lakers.
If Detroit suffers the same fate as New York, Philadelphia and New Jersey, it will raise some interesting questions.
In two seasons, Tayshaun Prince has gone from afterthought to the third-best shooter of the 2004 playoffs.
An easy remaining schedule is meaningless to the Pistons, but it will likely mean a playoff berth to the Celtics.
The Grizzlies and Trail Blazers have been masters at pulling out close games.
The Hornets should cruise in March, while the Bucks' drive for home-court advantage could hit a serious snag.
Teams like Memphis and San Antonio give everything they have, while Atlanta doesn't play with much intensity.
Minnesota's Kevin Garnett is under the most pressure to rebound for his team. Who's under the least?
The Lakers (no surprise) lead the NBA in free-throw margin, while the Knicks (no surprise) are last. Who else ranks?