Brian McKitish offers up his love/hate list for the 2013-14 season.
John Cregan reviews his preseason predictions to find five that hit and five that missed.
Seth Landman recaps Wednesday in the NBA, which included fine all-around games from Dwyane Wade and Josh McRoberts, and looks ahead to Thursday's games.
Josh Whitling recaps Thursday in the NBA, including Joakim Noah doing something that's never been done since the league officially began recording blocks.
Check out John Hollinger's player scouting reports and 2012-13 projections for the Rockets.
Brooklyn Nets owner Mikhail Prokhorov is spicing up the blossoming Knicks-Nets rivalry, referring to New York Knicks owner James Dolan as "that little man" in a magazine article.
Chris Broussard provides his list of five teams poised to make a jump in the standings next season based on their moves this offseason, and five teams due for a decline.
If Knicks remain mediocre, the departure of J-Lin will be the last reason why.
Nothing personal -- Jeremy Lin's just not worth the money. Let the sanity begin!
The Nets are winning the offseason battle. Will they win the war for N.Y., too?
Veteran point guard Jason Kidd says he doesn't care whether he starts or comes off the bench for the Knicks next season. He just wants to win.
Free-agency disaster leaves Dirk Nowitzki alone atop Mavericks' skeleton roster.
Jason Kidd had hopes of finishing his career teaming up with friend Deron Williams and said that the free-agent point guard duo was closer than some might realize to being Dallas-bound.
D-Will will stick around for a long time, and so will the bold GM who signed him.
Trayvon Martin and the Miami Heat have brought the games we play back to the forefront of the ongoing struggle for racial equality in America. Are sports truly colorblind?
Brian McKitish looks at some players changing value outside of trade deadline deals and also assesses Wilson Chandler's value as he's back with the Nuggets.