Antoine Walker, a player who once averaged 20 points and 10 rebounds, has no idea where he'll be living next year.
In two seasons, Tayshaun Prince has gone from afterthought to the third-best shooter of the 2004 playoffs.
So far in the playoffs, it can be argued that Gary Payton is the absolute worst point guard in the field.
For the third straight season, Andrei Kirilenko has raised his averages in scoring, rebounding, assists, steals and blocks.
An easy remaining schedule is meaningless to the Pistons, but it will likely mean a playoff berth to the Celtics.
Shaquille O'Neal is now shooting 58.8 percent from the field, his highest mark since he shot 59.9 percent in 1994.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan can score, rebound, pass and defend. Just don't ask him to shoot free throws anymore.
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For a guy called The Answer, Allen Iverson continues to prompt a lot of questions about his stature in the game.
The Pistons' ineptitude highlights a curious trend in this postseason -- offense is winning over defense.
If the Pistons want to contain Tracy McGrady, they have to limit his free-throw and three-point attempts.
For the first time in the NBA's history of the 16-team playoff format, the top-seeded team from each conference lost its first game of round one.
While the Lakers and Jazz will lean heavily on playoff experience, for the Spurs and Mavs -- much of it will be sitting on the bench.
As the regular season winds down, for some the path to the playoffs is smooth, and for others extremely bumpy.
With 22 games remaining, Michael Jordan has already played 62 more minutes than he did all of last season.