Picking All-Star reserves.
In Marc Stein's Week 10 Power Rankings, the Spurs reclaim the No. 1 spot.
Our ESPN.com NBA senior writer forecasts the regular-season outcome for the East.
Dirk Nowitzki has sent in official notification to the Dallas Mavericks that he is opting out of the final year of his current contract, according to sources close to the situation.
The Miami Heat's win in Phoenix shows a team rejuvenated with a healthy Dwyane Wade, Marc Stein writes.
Marc Stein checks out Suns camp, where the team is looking to play faster, smaller and happier.
The league's crackdown on whining is all the rage in the NBA. Marc Stein tackles the technical problems in the Weekend Dime.
As Marc Stein reports from Phoenix, the Suns are doing fine this season without Amare Stoudemire, so they're doubly optimistic about his prospective return.
Suns forward Amare Stoudemire, who remains on course to resume basketball activity after the All-Star break next month, told ESPN.com on Friday that he doesn't expect to play his first real game until sometime in March.
Two-time all-star Michael Finley has decided to play for the Spurs. Finley told ESPN.com's Marc Stein that San Antonio provides the best opportunity to play for an NBA championship.
Michael Finley is on the open market and Marc Stein breaks down the five teams that are most likely to add him to their team.
Forward Brian Grant, who was released by the Los Angeles Lakers, is on the verge of signing a two-year deal with the Phoenix Suns.
A judge on Friday reversed a ruling that had given Hawks part-owner Steve Belkin hope of blocking a sign-and-trade deal to would bring Joe Johnson to Atlanta.
A Boston judge apparently decided to let David Stern determine how the Atlanta Hawks' ownership squabble should play out.
Here are some of the highlights on the 2005-06 NBA schedule.
If the Joe Johnson deal falls through, the Hawks will have bigger problems than losing their potential starting point guard.