Justin Kubatko asks: In each season, who's the league's best player? It's not necessarily the MVP. Rather, it's the player who consistently finishes high in MVP voting over a number of seasons.
Which of the NBA's most cherished records are bound to be broken someday? Our 5-on-5 team weighs in.
Tom Haberstroh says it's possible LeBron James could catch Kareem Abdul Jabbar as the all-time scoring leader, but not likely.
Neil Paine ranks the top 10 "Big 3s" ever, a list that includes two active star trios.
Tom Haberstroh writes that despite Kobe Bryant's seeming return to health, which has led to four straight 40-point performances, ultimately he'll fall short of catching Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's all-time scoring title.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, hired last summer by the Los Angeles Lakers as a special assistant to work with Andrew Bynum and the team's other big men, has noticed improvement.
Less than one week into the season and LeBron James is only 38,333 points behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.