In this week's "That's What She Said," Sarah Spain invites you to pull up a virtual seat alongside her and follow some of her favorite funny sources for NBA tweets.
It's become an annual question for commissioner David Stern: Can the NBA do something about teams that sit stars? Maybe this debate is about something else.
Orlando and Dwight Howard seem like a match made by ... well, Magic. So why isn't the big man eager to stay? Can this relationship be saved? It should be.
David Stern's arrogance and defiance are preventing the NBA from easing fans' concerns about the game's credibility, writes Jemele Hill.
Lakers versus Celtics? Please. If basketball fans know what's good for them, they want to see Pistons versus Spurs in the NBA Finals.
John Hollinger picks his top five MVP candidates.
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 Spurs were born too late. If this were the 1980s or early 1990s, they would receive more respect for their greatness, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
Who should be the NBA Finals MVP? Tim Duncan? Tony Parker? No, no, we've got some much better candidates.
Call it the Curse of Shaq: The Orlando Magic just got jilted again, so you can understand why the locals call them the Tragic, writes Page 2's Jemele Hill.
All things considered, says Jemele Hill, No. 24 is a better player than No. 23.