The Pacers will need Jermaine O'Neal at full effectiveness to upset the defending champion Pistons.
The Celtics' defense was the key in their Game 6 victory, but will they be able to slow down Reggie Miller in Game 7.
The return of Jamaal Tinsley and Jermaine O'Neal's ability to keep Boston's defense at bay helped Indiana regain the series lead, 3-2.
The balanced Pistons present the Sixers with many problems. To extend their season, the Sixers need Kyle Korver to give the Pistons a headache.
As Reggie Miller goes, so go the Pacers. If the Celtics can duplicate their Game 4 defensive job on Miller, they can take control of this series.
If the Celtics get repeats of Game 1 production from Raef LaFrentz and their bench the rest of this series, the Pacers could be facing an early vacation.
A five-game April tailspin has exposed some weaknesses in the Wizards. Our scout explains what they are.
Our scout breaks down the seasons of the record eight high school prospects selected in the first round of the 2004 draft.
Our scout tells you why the 12th man matters, and who some of his favorite career "role players" are.
Our scout explains the benefits of the Cuttino Mobley-Doug Christie deal. Also, who are the NBA's best perimeter defenders?
A few teams excel at running the fast break, and our scout explains who the best are and how they do it.
On Jan. 13, four of the NBA's best swingmen will be paired in two games. Our scout names the best "2/3"s in the league.
Our scout highlights Kirk Hinrich, T-Mac vs. Dirk and the five best "finishers" in the NBA.
The Pacers had eight eligible players and still beat Celtics. Our scout explains how they did it.
What if Vince Carter and Shareef Abdur-Rahim swapped teams? A look at each player's strengths and weaknesses.
Longtime NBA assistant coach and scout Brian James looks at how the first-round series have played out.