It's only preseason, but some teams' new studs are playing like duds.
Perhaps it is time to look beyond his 7-foot-6 frame and see, exactly, where Yao Ming fits in.
The NBA playoffs may ultimately come down to which team can get offense from its fourth or fifth option.
The Nets and Pistons are at their best when Jason Kidd and Ben Wallace let their teammates handle the scoring load.
The announcement that Allen Iverson is done for the season raises for more questions than it answers.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan can score, rebound, pass and defend. Just don't ask him to shoot free throws anymore.
Despite a league-wide emphasis on size, a smaller player such as Earl Boykins can still find success.
Cuttino Mobley is still a starter, but he won't be asked to score as much as he has in the past.
On a Don Nelson team, there are no position battles. In fact, often, there are no point guards, shooting guards or centers.
There isn't enough talent on the Hawks' roster to mount any decent position battles to speak of.
Jim Jackson has always shown he can score, and NBA teams always need guys who can score.
Lebron James might receive most of the attention, but Carmelo Anthony figures to score more points.
The last four years, the Lakers' starting power forward has accounted for just six percent of the scoring.
If the NBA Finals had ended last night, the four-game series may have been the worst ever in league history.
Because of Allen Iverson's burgeoning all-around game, the Sixers have a great shot at winning the Eastern Conference.
Even though Peja Stojakovic's all-around game has progressed, the Kings still need him to score more than anything else.