What does Eric Neel foresee for the rest of the Western finals? A classic three-game battle, with the Suns rising in the end.
The Suns-Mavs series is all about toughness. But what exactly does that mean, asks Eric Neel.
The East had its run. But it's all played out. Baseball's best stories this season are out West, says Eric Neel.
Sure, the underdog makes for a nice story. But Eric Neel says this NBA season isn't made for Cinderella.
Fundamentals are good, sure; but Eric Neel says it's the pieces of flair that set NBA basketball apart from other sports.
That tournament the NCAA holds isn't the only one in town. Eric Neel takes a look at the NBA bracket.
Eric Neel says the Suns and Spurs put on a freak show when Shawn Marion and Manu Ginobili take the court.
They're only one of the best teams in the NBA . . . so Eric Neel wonders why nobody is talking about the Mavericks.
As the second half gets under way, Eric Neel answers a bunch of NBA questions -- including whether Steve Nash is MVP-worthy.
A quick look at the "seasons best" category on the stats page shows that big-time games aren't reserved for the household names.
Sonics good? Pistons bad? AI can't play the point? Eric Neel points out all the misses of NBA preseason predictions.
Eric Neel says the Suns won't break the Bulls' record, predicts his NBA champ and has a nickname for young master Luke.
He may not score 20 a game. He's not going to dunk on you. But old-school Steve Nash deserves the NBA MVP so far.
What a first month of NBA ball it has been! Eric wonders if it's been the craziest 30 days in NBA history.
Game 2 seemed like a sad ending of sorts for Gary Payton, and a promising beginning for Luke Walton.
The Cubs are planning to block some of Wrigley Field's rooftop views -- and that's only the beginning.