Kevin Pelton breaks down this season's trends or outcomes that were clear months ago -- and those that weren't. He leads with the Knicks, who were predictably bad in 2013-14.
Kevin Pelton lays out his case for his NBA All-Defensive Teams and why Roy Hibbert deserves to be the NBA's Defensive Player of the Year.
Kevin Pelton looks at how RPM -- real plus-minus -- rates certain batches of players.
Kevin Pelton reveals some of the best players, according to the real plus-minus metric.
Kevin Pelton asks: Is the 2013-14 class of NBA rookies the worst ever?
Kevin Pelton takes a look at how health has had different impacts on the Brooklyn Nets and Portland Trail Blazers.
Kevin Pelton examines just how good the San Antonio Spurs' winning streak is and how long can they continue it.
Kevin Pelton looks at whether the Philadelphia 76ers' bottoming out means they'll actually be good in five years. Likely not.
Kevin Pelton examines how Indiana has slumped from its sizzling start.
Kevin Pelton determines the NBA's top 10 players by any measure using three comprehensive advanced metrics.
Kevin Pelton looks at what an NBA version of March Madness would look like.
Kevin Pelton looks at parity as a product of the cyclical nature of rebuilding in the NBA.
Kevin Pelton asks whether we should trust the Los Angeles Clippers, who advanced metrics say is the best team in the NBA. Are they really a title contender?
Kevin Pelton uses several methods to determine what is Chicago Bulls head coach Tom Thibodeau's value in terms of wins and cost?
Kevin Pelton argues that the NBA does a better job of developing players than the NCAA. So, should Adam Silver really increase the NBA's age restriction?