Things were going bad for the Blazers. Fortunately, the Clippers came to town. Things got chippy.
John Hollinger discusses possible trade scenarios for the top five teams in the NBA draft.
Often overlooked during award season? Defense. We shine light on the season's top defenders.
With the game on the line, the Magic's Dwight Howard stuffed Paul Pierce to secure the Orlando win, writes John Hollinger.
Which lottery teams have the most to look forward to next season?
John Hollinger grades all the trades so far.
For one night at least, the Suns looked like the old Suns, writes John Hollinger.
The age old question: To foul or not to foul in the closing seconds if your team is up by three points?
Houston won its fourth straight game on the road, an impressive feat considering its banged-up status, John Hollinger writes.
The Knicks dealt away Jamal Crawford and Zach Randolph, giving them the flexibility to sign LeBron (and more) in 2010, John Hollinger writes.
Tony Parker, Amare Stoudemire and LeBron James put on impressive offensive displays Wednesday night, writes John Hollinger.
How will the Los Angeles Clippers fare in 2008-09? Here's John Hollinger's forecast.
Since the Celtics won the title in June, a lot of players around the league have new teams, writes John Hollinger.
At first, the giveaway of Marcus Camby seems puzzling, but a deeper look shows it makes sense for the Clippers and Nuggets, John Hollinger writes.
How good are the Clips now? What other free-agent moves can we expect? John Hollinger breaks it down.
John Hollinger hands out awards for the first two rounds of the playoffs.