Save for two teams, the Eastern Conference is a muddled mess of mediocre players, bad executives and even worse contracts.
The Duncan Show has been many things over the past 16 years, but it has rarely, if ever, been boring.
You have to love a game where either a legendary series would be born or San Antonio would continue an epic run.
Here's bad news for the rest of the NBA: Everything is clicking in Boston.
Day 11: The Day After the Day the Market Crashed
Bill Simmons hands out his report card for the NBA's trade deadline, giving kudos to the Knicks but worrying about Kendrick Perkins' departure from the Celtics.
Bill Simmons breaks down the careers of some future Hall of Famers and marvels at how long they've stayed in their prime.
Which NBA teams does Bill want to see in person this season? He ranks them from No. 1 to No. 30.
With history and hatred on the line, Bill Simmons knows the 2010 NBA Finals will be one for the ages.
In honor of the 3.2 million children who have never experienced a mailbag, Bill Simmons delivers one.
Orlando looked rusty in Game 1. That happens. But the Magic's season was arguably on the line for Game 2. Time for a retro-diary.
As LeBron James proved to be more Julius Erving 2.0 than Michael Jordan, he now faces his big choice: Winning (the Bulls), loyalty (the Cavs) or a chance at immortality (the Knicks)?
Did we just witness the murder of professional basketball in Cleveland? Bill takes a look back Celtics-Cavs Game 5 with a retro-diary.
Three sweeps? What kind of second round of the playoffs was this? This only can be reconciled by handing out some awards.
Bill Simmons breaks down the NBA playoffs with his own brand of power rankings.
With LeBron James' MVP award a foregone conclusion, Bill Simmons takes on the rest of the NBA season and the playoffs.