Ron Artest ditched his brand-new hairdo way too soon.
Who would be on the Mount Rushmore of the NBA? Scoop Jackson makes his picks for each franchise.
Say what you will about Isiah Thomas' tenure in New York, but it's very similar to Larry Bird's in Indiana.
The naysayers claim Shaquille O'Neal is finished, but it says here that he'll lead the Suns to a title.
What was draft night like for Mike Conley Sr. -- Greg Oden's agent, Mike Conley Jr.'s father? Scoop Jackson spent the entire day with him.
Big Ben and Artest may have been past it, but what Jesse Jackson did Friday was important, writes Scoop Jackson.
Why do we love hoops? Scoop Jackson shows why with his list of predictions, thoughts and pronouncements in his 2006-07 Superficial NBA preview.
Scoop Jackson doesn't like to say "genius," but after watching Pat Riley lead Miami to a title, he thinks it's OK.
The Mavs need to channel their anger the right way -- or they'll descend into madness and lose the championship in Game 6.
If Dallas is going to bounce back and win the NBA title, Dirk Nowitzki must show that he has some fire in his belly.
Scoop Jackson says the Heat are one game away from making the Finals a series, but only if they crown Dwyane Wade their leader.
The Mavs are up two games to none. And they're still waiting for Josh Howard to have one of his 20-point games.
As bad as Scoop Jackson's preseason NBA predictions were, his current playoff predictions are looking even worse.
Call it the genius of Pat Riley. Scoop Jackson says Riley knew last June that he needed to be the coach of the Heat.
There are many sides to Shaq. Some people love him. Some people hate him. But one thing's for sure – his impact is huge, and unique.
The way Rasheed Wallace is battling Shaq makes him the heart, soul and MVP of the Pistons, says Scoop Jackson.