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.
The NBA did the right thing when Kobe Bryant used a gay slur. But why does the league seem to ignore its players' frequent use of the N-word?
The NBA should suspend Gilbert Arenas and Javaris Crittenton for the rest of the season. Arenas doesn't understand that guns are not a joking matter, Jemele Hill writes.
Our ESPN Page 2 columnist forecasts the regular-season outcome for the Eastern Conference
Page 2 provides answers to the big-picture questions surrounding the NBA's second season.
Lakers versus Celtics? Please. If basketball fans know what's good for them, they want to see Pistons versus Spurs in the NBA Finals.
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.
Michael Finley believes everything happens for a reason -- even his long and winding road to his first NBA Finals.
Bruce Bowen is actually a good guy off the court, so what makes the most irritating player in the NBA so tough on defense?
Robert Horry's forearm shove of Steve Nash could prove to be the most important shot of the playoffs, 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.