It's only preseason, but some teams' new studs are playing like duds.
Despite a league-wide emphasis on size, a smaller player such as Earl Boykins can still find success.
Lebron James might receive most of the attention, but Carmelo Anthony figures to score more points.
The Pistons' ineptitude highlights a curious trend in this postseason -- offense is winning over defense.
In the NBA, the difference between winning and losing is ever so small, unless you are the Cavs or Nuggets.
The Pacers have six players averaging double-digits and would have seven if their point guard wasn't so busy dishing out assists.
Yao Ming is doing more than just holding his own. He's quickly becoming a force.
In any 48-minute NBA game with a 24-second shot clock, the Pistons are giving up less than a basket every 60 seconds.
Chris Webber will no longer be judged by how many points he scores. Nothing short of a title will be accepted.