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.
LeBron and D-Wade in the same uniform on the same team? Sure, it works in the Olympics and it'll work at the All-Star Game in Dallas. But in the NBA? A surefire nightmare.
Betrayal and backbiting -- that is what Magic and Isiah have come to. That's just wrong. And sad.
Kobe has three rings. The Celtics' stars have none. But it's Kobe who's facing the most pressure now. Why? Because his legacy is on the line.
The NBA MVP award has become as warped as the Academy Awards -- which is why Kobe Bryant will win this year over Chris Paul.
Jemele Hill's column calling Kobe Bryant a better player than Michael Jordan ruffled some feathers.
All things considered, says Jemele Hill, No. 24 is a better player than No. 23.
David Stern is dangerously close to selling out the NBA and its core fans, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.