In Marc Stein's Power Rankings, the Heat still lead the way.
The Weekend Dime returns with the numbers that tell the tale of 2011 and news, notes and more from around the NBA.
We update our list of each team's most likely amnesty candidates.
Chad Ford assesses the NBA draft performances of all 30 teams.
Marc Stein breaks down the East rosters for the upcoming version of "NBA Jam."
Jerry West thinks Kobe Bryant's grim determination is the right touch in these finals, Marc Stein writes.
The Sacramento Kings reached an agreement in principle with Paul Westphal late Tuesday night to be their fourth new coach in just over three years.
Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images Though his team is down 2-0, Dwight Howard said you'll hear no discouraging words from him. Andrew D. Bernstein/NBAE via Getty Images Though he lost track of Rashard Lewis in Game 2,...
With Lakers rolling on all cylinders, and Magic struggling in almost every area, can Orlando bounce back?
Here are eight bests culled from the first eight games of the NBA playoffs.
Say hello to our All-Harper Team, honoring the best active players who have never made it to the All-Star Game.
Suspensions are still a sore subject in Suns-land. So after Steve Nash earned one, don't expect a warm welcome for David Stern come All-Star weekend in Phoenix, Marc Stein writes.
Marc Stein breaks down Which teams have been the best and worst over the past six seasons.
With Miami's resurrection from a potential 3-0 hole, the Heat completed the most dramatic turnaround in NBA Finals history, Marc Stein writes.
The first draft with the NBA age limit of 20 would leave the cupboard bare for lottery teams.
Playoff-race drama is just one thing to keep an eye on in the NBA season's second half.