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 Spurs' Tim Duncan can score, rebound, pass and defend. Just don't ask him to shoot free throws anymore.
Because of Allen Iverson's burgeoning all-around game, the Sixers have a great shot at winning the Eastern Conference.
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 Mavericks won by nine points Tuesday and walked off the court shaking their heads because they didn't score triple-digits for only the second time in seven games.
In any 48-minute NBA game with a 24-second shot clock, the Pistons are giving up less than a basket every 60 seconds.
A player's average salary has become just as important as his scoring average.