Insider's Terry Brown measures the statistical impact of the top power forwards remaining in the NBA playoffs.
Because he's played with some of the NBA's biggest stars, Sam Cassell has always been the forgotten man.
History has shown that a team needs a big-time scorer, perhaps even an MVP candidate, to win an NBA title.
Because of their reliance on the outside shot, the Kings will have a hard time accomplishing their goals in the playoffs.
Baron Davis might skip over the Most Improved Player award and go straight to MVP.
It's hard to believe the game's greatest center is still waiting for his second MVP heading into his 12th season.
Allen Iverson will have to wait another six years to make as much money as Shaquille O'Neal and Kevin Garnett.
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Even if the Nets win the NBA Finals, the Spurs' Tim Duncan would still be the favorite for series MVP honors.
The Nets hope to capitalize on the Spurs' propensity for not playing well in a series opener.
Because of Allen Iverson's burgeoning all-around game, the Sixers have a great shot at winning the Eastern Conference.
For a guy called The Answer, Allen Iverson continues to prompt a lot of questions about his stature in the game.
Tim Duncan, the reigning MVP, has inexplicably taken a grand total of 48 shots so far in the series.
Minnesota's Kevin Garnett has shown he can handle almost any role, except superstar.
Shaquille O'Neal is hot. Jason Kidd is not. And the Magic have been rolling since trading for Drew Gooden and Gordon Giricek.
Kobe Bryant is hot. Courtney Alexander is not. And Rasheed Wallace has posted MVP numbers since his latest run-in with a ref.