It's only preseason, but some teams' new studs are playing like duds.
The NBA's rebounding stats explain why the 43-year-old former husband of Carmen Electra thinks he still can play.
The Olympics raised the issue of style vs. substance. So, which NBA players actually do "play the right way"?
Before the Spurs or Wolves make a run at Karl Malone, Tim Duncan and Kevin Garnett must agree to switch positions.
Both the Nuggets and Jazz have excelled in a tough conference, but only one of them can make the playoffs.
The Cavs' Carlos Boozer has gotten better every month, and his improvement isn't due to increased playing time.
If experience and veteran leadership matter in the playoffs, then the Lakers are clearly the team to beat.
The Grizzlies are just as close to achieving home court as they are from missing the playoffs altogether.
The Spurs' Tim Duncan can score, rebound, pass and defend. Just don't ask him to shoot free throws anymore.
After enduring the toughest December schedule in the NBA, the Suns play 13 teams with winning records in January.
Minnesota's Kevin Garnett is under the most pressure to rebound for his team. Who's under the least?
The Lakers (no surprise) lead the NBA in free-throw margin, while the Knicks (no surprise) are last. Who else ranks?
With several big names available in free agency, it figures to be an interesting summer for the NBA.
The Spurs won the title with an emphatic exclamation point after what has become a patented fourth-quarter run.
David Robinson has seen his numbers shrink with each passing round of the playoffs.
The Spurs have given up big leads throughout the playoffs. And free-throw shooting is only part of the problem.