Phil Jackson isn't the greatest coach of all time just because he has great players, but because he knows when to leave them alone.
While most cries of disrespect are bogus, Tim Keown hears those from the Magic and Nuggets loud and clear.
Tim Keown wonders if the Lakers and Nuggets can keep their roles in check enough to get through the Western Conference finals.
If recent events provide any indication, the Lakers and Floyd Mayweather Jr. might be knocked from their lofty perches.
The Sacramento Kings once had the best fans in the NBA. Now they're last in the league in attendance.
Tim Keown pays tribute to the men of the NCAA who hold the whole team together.
Tim Keown wonders how an interim head coach would make a horrible NBA team better.
If you find your teams are terrible, you can always take a page from your friends in Philly and blame it on a curse.
The current financial crisis might have at least one positive result -- a halt to public spending on professional sports arenas.
Robert Horry, a candidate for the Basketball Hall of Fame? That's just one of the things bugging Tim Keown these days.
Is Oscar Pistorius amazing? Absolutely. Should he be allowed to compete in the Olympics? Absolutely not.
The O.J. Mayo saga is just one more proof that the new NBA age requirement has hurt the college game, not helped it.
There are so many reasons to be excited about the NBA right now. And one giant reason to be disgusted, thanks to David Stern, Clay Bennett and company.
A failure of geography shouldn't keep the best 16 teams from making the NBA playoffs.
From the NFL combine to the player-centric NCAA broadcasts, it's TV, not sports, that is the weakest link.
Tim Keown breaks out the uberedition of the list to celebrate all that happened in 2007.