Led by Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan, there is no shortage of "real" power forwards in the NBA.
In two seasons, Tayshaun Prince has gone from afterthought to the third-best shooter of the 2004 playoffs.
The Nets have manhandled every opponent on the glass, but they face the ultimate test in T.D.
If the Pistons want to contain Tracy McGrady, they have to limit his free-throw and three-point attempts.
Kobe Bryant is hot. Jason Williams is not. And Kenyon Martin at best is the No. 11 big forward in the league.
Because of his size, draft status and presence, 7-foot-5 Yao Ming is subject to superstar or sideshow consequences.