Kevin Pelton offers his grades for today's trade between the Boston Celtics and Phoenix Suns. He liked the move Boston made to acquire the veteran point guard.
Kevin Pelton offers grades on all of Thursday's "smaller" trades in round-up format.
Kevin Pelton says the teams with some of the best title odds before the season started -- the Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Clippers -- are finally playing up to expectations.
Kevin Pelton compares the top point guards in the Western Conference via scoring, playmaking and defense. He outlines why Golden State Warriors PG Stephen Curry rises above the rest.
Kevin Pelton serves up his grades for the three-team trade in which the Los Angeles Clippers got Austin Rivers.
Kevin Pelton serves up his grades for the trade in which the Boston Celtics sent Jameer Nelson to the Denver Nuggets for Nate Robinson.
Boston stacks first-round picks, while an efficient Green could help Memphis, Kevin Pelton writes.
Kevin Pelton sizes up the trade between the Phoenix Suns and Boston Celtics that sent center Brandan Wright to the Valley of the Sun.
Kevin Pelton explains the next steps for the Detroit Pistons after waiving Josh Smith. Pelton also identifies some contenders who could have their sights set on Smith.
Kevin Pelton offers a breakdown of the Rajon Rondo trade between the Dallas Mavericks and Boston Celtics. Did the Celtics get enough back?
Kevin Pelton says the Oklahoma City Thunder have struggled because of the injuries to Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. Until then they are treading water with solid zone defense.
Kevin Pelton says aging curves show how Anthony Davis' trajectory has him inheriting LeBron James' mantle as the NBA's best player sooner rather than later.
Kevin Pelton hands out grades for the Celtics-Pistons trade.
How will the Minnesota Timberwolves fare in 2014-15? Here's our projection.
Kevin Pelton hands out grades for the trade that sent Keith Bogans to Cleveland in a multiplayer swap with Boston.
Kevin Pelton breaks down the most overrated and underrated "groups" of #NBARank. He writes that the Philadelphia 76ers, with just two players in the top 250, not receiving much love.