It's a strange NBA world right now. Thirty-five is the new 25, and rivalries among players and teams seem to be as shallow as a Kim Kardashian marriage.
Tough to nitpick Shaq's fabulous 19-year career, but the truth is that he could've done even more than he did.
How to keep Dwight Howard in Orlando in one easy lesson: Hire former Magic coach Doc Rivers as soon as he's available.
Here's a cold dose of reality for Knicks fans reveling in the Carmelo Anthony acquisition: Chances are, he won't turn the franchise around.
As much as I applaud Charlie Villanueva for his activism, he broke an important code in sports the moment he made his spat with Kevin Garnett public.
Our ESPN Page 2 columnist forecasts the regular-season outcome for the Eastern Conference
After the Celtics dominated the Lakers, it's time to state the obvious: The Western Conference is overrated.
Jemele Hill knows that erroneous judgment in a recent column has damaged her credibility. She vows she has learned from the incident.
Jemele likes KG and Ray and Paul. But the Pistons blood in her runs deep. She just can't root for Boston.
The NBA MVP award has become as warped as the Academy Awards -- which is why Kobe Bryant will win this year over Chris Paul.
The rise of the Celtics has Jemele energized about the NBA again -- an energy fueled by hatred.
Bad things happen in the sports world for a reason. It's called karma, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
David Stern is dangerously close to selling out the NBA and its core fans, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
Jemele Hill says the idea of Tom Izzo coaching football isn't as crazy as it might seem.