Tom Haberstroh writes that while Rajon Rondo, who has surfaced in trade rumors this week, is clearly a very good player, his numbers are inflated by his Hall of Fame supporting cast. Without them, Rondo isn't a player you can build around.
Tom Haberstroh writes that John Wall's game and stature are eerily similar to Jason Kidd's. Though Wall might be a more prolific scorer than Kidd, he's still got to learn to dish like him. Of course, some improved teammates could help.
What would Michael Jordan's career have been like if he hadn't left the game twice in his prime? He'd still be the NBA's biggest legend but also its statistical leader in a number of categories. LeBron, however, has a chance to be even better.
• Hall of Fame Voice: From his days as an outstanding player at Wake Forest to his days on the sidelines as an assistant coach and a broadcaster, Billy Packer has enjoyed an incredible and substantive career in basketball. I have said this befo...