Tim Duncan finds new ways to amaze, but in his same old quiet manner.
It's only preseason, but some teams' new studs are playing like duds.
The NBA's rebounding stats explain why the 43-year-old former husband of Carmen Electra thinks he still can play.
What's the difference between a good player and a great player? A great player makes his teammates better.
Led by Kevin Garnett and Tim Duncan, there is no shortage of "real" power forwards in the NBA.
The Olympics raised the issue of style vs. substance. So, which NBA players actually do "play the right way"?
Before the Spurs or Wolves make a run at Karl Malone, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett must agree to switch positions.
If there's one way to beat the Spurs in the playoffs, it's to put them on the free-throw line in crunch time.
The Grizzlies' 10-man rotation, which worked wonders in the regular season, hasn't been the right formula in the playoffs.
Both the Nuggets and Jazz have excelled in a tough conference, but only one of them can make the playoffs.
The Cavs' Carlos Boozer has gotten better every month, and his improvement isn't due to increased playing time.
If experience and veteran leadership matter in the playoffs, then the Lakers are clearly the team to beat.
Thanks to Rasho Nesterovic, the Spurs are closing in on the second seed out West despite missing Tim Duncan.
The Grizzlies are just as close to achieving home court as they are from missing the playoffs altogether.
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