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.
Adding two MLB wild-card teams and high-stakes one-game playoffs make perfect financial sense, but is it common sense? The answer is no.
Tough to nitpick Shaq's fabulous 19-year career, but the truth is that he could've done even more than he did.
The organ that made Robert 'Tractor' Traylor so beloved was the one that failed him.
The easiest way for the NBA and NFL to solve their labor issues is to imitate one another. Smaller franchises need more equitable revenue sharing and the ability to protect stars.
He's turned the Bobcats into something they've never been before: relevant. He's a star on and off the court. Isn't it about time people get over Stephen Jackson's role in the Palace Brawl?
NBA MVP voters who choose Kevin Durant over LeBron James aren't stupid. Compare the Thunder this season and last.
The sports world is definitely listening to Dr. Dre's new line of headphones.
Dwight leaps tall buildings in a single bound. Shaq is more powerful than a locomotive. Both have powers and abilities far beyond those of mortal men. Who is the NBA's real Superman?
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.
In honor of Rex Ryan's and Lane Kiffin's big mouths, we look at some of the boldest recent statements in sports.
LeBron James' churlish reaction to getting dunked on by Xavier's Jordan Crawford is juvenile.
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 takes a spin with Cavs forward Drew Gooden, who dishes about his strange hair patch, his obsession with '80s music and playing with LeBron.
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.