Breaking down the style of play in the Eastern and Western Conferences.
The Celtics' style of play wasn't pretty but it led to a victory in Game 4.
The Hawks and Blazers climbed the regular-season standings thanks to powerful isolation offenses. But the postseason's been another story.
Is the 2-3-2 format in the Finals unfair to the team hosting the middle three games?
Getting back to the West finals could prove hard, since Denver's got salary cap issues and several free agents to deal with this summer, John Hollinger writes.
Houston had the edge in a contrast of styles with Portland in Game 3, John Hollinger writes.
The Suns are going back to their old style, but how long will it take them to click?
With Terry Porter on his way out and Amare Stoudemire perhaps right behind him, the Suns are in complete disarray.
The Lakers have a great offense. The Celtics have a great defense. Who will win? John Hollinger takes a look at history.
John Hollinger analyzes what the addition of Chris Webber means for the Pistons and their style of play.
No Gasol? That's not the only challenge facing Mike Fratello's squad, which bored its way to 49 wins last season.
John Hollinger looks at the Mavericks in the post-Steve Nash era and sees an even better team.
John Hollinger writes the NBA Finals is a battle of styles between two friends and coaches.
Thanks to tighter officiating, postseason scoring is up, favoring Phoenix's style of play.
Mike D'Antoni's coaching style is perfect for the Phoenix Suns, and that's why he's the coach of the year.