All jokes aside, the ABA had a huge impact on the current NBA game, and we'll never forget it.
Seven teams are fighting for the NBA Western Conference's final two playoff spots, but Page 2's Eric Neel sees moral victory opportunities for each.
The Allen Iverson deal is good for the NBA and its fans, and Eric Neel is here to tell you why.
On a December night 22 years ago, the Pistons and Nuggets played the highest-scoring game in NBA history.
Eric Neel weighs in on the early free-agency moves in the NBA and wonders about the consequences.
With Robert Horry fanning the flames, Eric Neel says the NBA Finals suddenly are hot enough to go seven. And wouldn't that be a treat?
For Game 4 of the NBA Finals, Eric Neel got in the heads of Brent Barry and Tayshaun Prince. • Chat wrap
Page 2's Eric Neel goes one-on-one with Julius Erving on his playing days and the current state of the NBA.
Eric Neel spent an evening watching the Heat and Spurs go up 2-0 and envisions an NBA Finals for the ages.
What does David Stern's blog say about Jeff Van Gundy and Mark Cuban? Page 2's Eric Neel took a peek.
The NBA playoffs mean we must a learn a whole new vocabulary. Eric Neel explains that "Tracy" means to treat a man cruelly.
Sure, the underdog makes for a nice story. But Eric Neel says this NBA season isn't made for Cinderella.
Fundamentals are good, sure; but Eric Neel says it's the pieces of flair that set NBA basketball apart from other sports.
That tournament the NCAA holds isn't the only one in town. Eric Neel takes a look at the NBA bracket.
They're only one of the best teams in the NBA . . . so Eric Neel wonders why nobody is talking about the Mavericks.
As the second half gets under way, Eric Neel answers a bunch of NBA questions -- including whether Steve Nash is MVP-worthy.