Insider's Terry Brown breaks down who are the most and least efficient scorers still alive in the NBA playoffs.
History has shown that a team needs a big-time scorer, perhaps even an MVP candidate, to win an NBA title.
The Jazz get the most bang for their buck, while the Magic continue to pay a high price for Grant Hill's bum ankle.
While the Nuggets have improved with Carmelo Anthony, the Warriors have regressed without last season's top scorers.
Because of their reliance on the outside shot, the Kings will have a hard time accomplishing their goals in the playoffs.
The top scorer on any NBA team is only valuable if he is actually on the floor playing for that team.
Tracy McGrady and Kobe Bryant find themselves in very different situations now than a year ago.
Although the Pistons have tried to become more offensive orientated, only their defensive numbers have improved.
Allen Iverson leads in the NBA in scoring, but he's not nearly as efficient as some of the league's other top scorers.
Tony Parker has elevated his game in the postseason, much the same way Mike Bibby did last year.
The Detroit Pistons are winning by substituting words like chemistry and team for athleticism and talent.
Because of Allen Iverson's burgeoning all-around game, the Sixers have a great shot at winning the Eastern Conference.
The Spurs need to stop preaching about defense, and stop forcing the ball to Tim Duncan behind the double-team.