By any measure, Elton Brand ranks with the elite. But why is he such a 'loser'?
The Clippers might have the best shot of signing free agent Kobe Bryant away from the Lakers.
While the Nuggets have improved with Carmelo Anthony, the Warriors have regressed without last season's top scorers.
Allen Iverson leads in the NBA in scoring, but he's not nearly as efficient as some of the league's other top scorers.
The December schedule cuts the Lakers some serious slack, but the Suns, Celtics and Rockets have it tough.
For the fourth straight season, it looks like Paul Pierce is going to have his shooting percentage decline.
Lamar Odom has been given a second chance to become the franchise player we always envisioned him to be.
The Clippers have six players with a grand total of seven years experience vying for the starting center and point guard positions.
While Mavs owner Mark Cuban spends to win, the Clippers' Donald Sterling hides behind a payroll full of lies.
Even though Donald Sterling opened his wallet, the Clippers still have one of the NBA's lowest payrolls.
Sometime tonight, the Los Angeles Clippers might have their third starting point guard in three years.
The reality is that most of the NBA restricted free agents hitting it big this offseason will end up being overpaid.
Add an average season from Lamar Odom to the Heat and he quickly becomes Miami's star player.
Despite spending the right amount of money on the right players, the Clippers won't be locks to make the playoffs.
After a tough season in L.A., Michael Olowokandi became one of the biggest casualties of the 2003 offseason.
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