Kevin Pelton writes that while most of the NBA seeks to mimic the Spurs' offense, that hasn't been such a good thing this season. He breaks down San Antonio's shooting woes and whether the team is likely to rebound.
Kevin Pelton breaks down players he expects to outperform or underperform their SCHOENE projections. Pelton sees Chris Bosh improving as his role grows in Miami.
Which NBA teams helped or hurt themselves this offseason? Kevin Pelton takes a look at the Cavs, Mavs, Heat and Rockets.
Why do star players feel obligated to take less money? How does this all play into the collective bargaining agreement? Kevin Pelton breaks down pay cuts in the NBA, FAQ-style.
Kevin Pelton asks whether signing Chris Bosh and Dwyane Wade long term is worth it.
Kevin Pelton hands out his grades for the NBA draft-night trades.
Charlotte sent No. 24 overall pick Shabazz Napier to Miami. Kevin Pelton hands out his grades.
Kevin Pelton takes a look at San Antonio's dominant numbers from the NBA Finals and explains why its lopsided five-game series win will go down in history.
Kevin Pelton examines how Carmelo Anthony's possible move to the Miami Heat might work out on the court. Would the "Big Four" mesh?
Kevin Pelton writes whether depth or star power is more important in the NBA finals. He looks back at history and what it means for the 2014 series.
Kevin Pelton says the Miami Heat bumped up their defense by putting LeBron James on Tony Parker, which forced Spurs role players to create their own shots.
Kevin Pelton takes a look at the numbers to explain why the San Antonio Spurs are at their most efficient when Boris Diaw is on the floor.
Kevin Pelton ranks the biggest postseason heartbreaks in NBA history.
Kevin Pelton analyzes three decades' worth of NBA Finals trends to determine what matters, what doesn't and who will win when the San Antonio Spurs take on the Miami Heat.
Kevin Pelton uses numbers to break down the crucial decisions both sides had to make in Wednesday's Game 5 between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers.
Many would be quick to name Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook the Thunder's one-two punch, but Kevin Pelton explains the dynamic duo is truly KD and Nick Collison.