If you thought Kevin Love to the Cleveland Cavaliers was setting up a powerhouse before, wait until you read these three stats to know from Tom Haberstroh.
Is there validity to the claim that floor-spacers and 3-point marksmen command bigger dollars than their counterparts? Tom Haberstroh investigates.
Tom Haberstroh takes a look at the NBA offseason's best and worst free-agent signings so far, and finds that the Knicks may have made a mistake handing Carmelo Anthony a massive extension.
With numbers and reporting on Chris Bosh and inside the Miami Heat, Tom Haberstroh takes a look at the Heat's post-LeBron plan.
Tom Haberstroh examines how teams are anticipating an enormous bump in the salary cap for the 2016-17 season.
Tom Haberstroh asks what we've learned from the four years of the audacious Miami Heat experiment.
Tom Haberstroh builds the potential rosters, runs the projections and declares where LeBron would be a better fit next season and beyond: Cleveland or Miami.
Getting Josh McRoberts and Danny Granger was about the best the market could offer a Heat team building around its Big Three, writes Tom Haberstroh.
LeBron James is the biggest bargain in the game, thanks to the max-contract rule in the CBA. Owners might have shortchanged him $250 million over his career, but James is using it to his advantage, writes Tom Haberstroh.
Tom Haberstroh looks at the options for Miami if LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh stay with the franchise. He sees Jameer Nelson and Channing Frye as strong possibilities.
Despite a banner college career, the odds are against LeBron's favorite rookie, Shabazz Napier.
Tom Haberstroh employs the use of the DRAFT Initiative to rank classes of the modern draft era (since 1989), with a recent year crowned the overall worst by a landslide.
Tom Haberstroh breaks down three lessons the Heat can learn from the Spurs.
Tom Haberstroh writes that a combination of fatigue and the San Antonio Spurs' elite passing is wearing down the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals.
Tom Haberstroh looks closer at why the Spurs are up 2-1 in the NBA finals and the adjustments they've made since last season.
Tom Haberstroh takes a look at 10 standout statistics heading into the 2014 NBA Finals.