Led by Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan, there is no shortage of "real" power forwards in the NBA.
Karl Malone is either a traitor or one of the most honorable power forwards in history. In Utah, it's one or the other.
Insider's Terry Brown measures the statistical impact of the top power forwards remaining in the NBA playoffs.
The Nets have the best rebounding backcourt in the NBA; the Pacers are good enough to get by with the worst.
The Kings' offense has been more productive this year without Chris Webber than it was last year with him.
Cuttino Mobley is still a starter, but he won't be asked to score as much as he has in the past.
The last four years, the Lakers' starting power forward has accounted for just six percent of the scoring.
By any measure, Elton Brand ranks with the elite. But why is he such a 'loser'?
The NBA's rebounding stats explain why the 43-year-old former husband of Carmen Electra thinks he still can play.
Before the Spurs or Wolves make a run at Karl Malone, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett must agree to switch positions.
Insider's Terry Brown breaks down who has the most to prove in the conference finals of the NBA playoffs.
With a chance to even his team's series against the Kings, Dallas' Dirk Nowitzki had a nightmarish Game 4.
On a Don Nelson team, there are no position battles. In fact, often, there are no point guards, shooting guards or centers.
Pat Riley will start a rookie at point guard and a power forward who is taller than the starting center.
The Knicks have five guys, all 6-foot-9 and under, whose natural position is power forward.
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