Jalen Rose never met his father, former NBA star Jimmy Walker, but they are still very much connected, writes Jerry Bembry.
Kenyon Martin and Carmelo Anthony have lots of work to do if the Nuggets are to overcome the Spurs, writes Jerry Bembry.
Will the Nets reach the Finals for a third straight year? And will the Spurs repeat? We have the answers.
Miami will be playing small ball, but Caron Butler is expecting big things from the Heat and himself.
A star could be born in Portland if Zach Randolph successfully steps forward as team leader.
Kenyon Martin, who scorned Keith Van Horn in last year's Finals, must point a finger at himself.
Kenyon Martin was sick and played poorly, but the Nets' fiery forward admits to only the latter.
When the Spurs go to their 3-2 zone defense, the Nets ride Aaron Williams to the basket.
Gone for two games, Nets star Richard Jefferson picked the right time to find his game.
The Nets may file a missing persons report for Richard Jefferson, who's been lost the last two games.
Byron Scott put his ego aside and did what's right for the Nets: gave Dikembe Mutombo more PT.
The most important rebound for Jason Kidd is the one he secures for a Nets win in Game 2.
If the Nets thought these Finals would be easier against Tim Duncan, they thought wrong.
David Robinson's deferral to Tim Duncan enabled him to fill out his resume with an NBA title.
The Nets can win the NBA Finals because they have the game's best leader, Jason Kidd.
Chauncey Billups and the Pistons can't blame the refs for their late collapse in Game 2.