The D.R.A.F.T. Initiative looks back at the past 20 NBA drafts to rank them from best to worst, getting a little help from John Hollinger's EWA statistic.
College seniors are supposedly the "safe" picks in the NBA draft. As it turns out, teams are better off chasing the younger players.
Lamar Odom is too quick for opposing power forwards and too big for wings to handle. That versatility is the reason why he's the Lakers' difference-maker.
Eric Neel discusses how Derek Fisher's struggles and suspension opened up time for Jordan Farmar and Shannon Brown at point guard for the Lakers. Can they continue to deliver?
A vital part of Houston's success in the playoffs has been the play of undersized bigs Chuck Hayes and Carl Landry off the bench.
The inaugural postseason performances of the Blazers' Brandon Roy and the Bulls' Derrick Rose put them in some elite historical company.
Mike Bibby is playing his best basketball in years, but to get back in the series against the Heat, Joe Johnson must reemerge as a key distributor for the Hawks.
The Denver Nuggets have been largely ignored despite grabbing the West's No. 2 seed. Here are eight reasons why it's time to pay attention to them.
Did Steve Nash really deserve two MVPs? Was LeBron robbed last year? With the help of John Hollinger's newest stat, we can answer those questions.
The Bulls are heading toward the playoffs with momentum, but history shows that their hot streak doesn't mean they're a legit first-round threat.
Without Tracy McGrady and Rafer Alston, the Rockets are better than ever, because of creative thinking and flexible plans.
Russell Westbrook's attacking style and knack for offensive rebounding bodes well for the Thunder's future.
Even as the pace quickens in the desert, Shaq, now 37, is enjoying success of historical nature.
It won't be long before the Weaver brothers become first-time teammates. Can they help each other grow up?
The Angels try to stay humble. But with Vladimir Guerrero in the lineup, humility is harder than you think.
Tiny Grinnell College is reinventing college hoops -- and having fun, too.