Tim Legler admits it, he's a big fan of the Suns, who epitomize what the game of basketball is all about.
Tim Legler announces his awards for the month of November and LeBron James is his MVP.
Tim Legler discusses his two sleeper picks and how veteran backcourt leadership has made them better.
He may only be 20 years old, but LeBron James is the best player in the NBA, according to Tim Legler.
Tim Legler explains why the Spurs have won more than any other NBA team over the past seven seasons.
Steve Nash's MVP season may be a perfect example for young point guards everywhere.
These two series – Mavs-Rockets and Pacers-Celtics – had more twists and turns than a Tim Wakefield knuckleball.
Kwame Brown's continued failures may get Michael Jordan off the hook for what's become of his career.
The presence of pressure at this time of year is what makes the NBA playoffs so compelling to watch.
In his breakdown of the all eight first-round matchups, Tim Legler says he likes the Rockets to upset the Mavs.
Yes, the NBA is a players' league, but this year coaches have made a major difference for at least nine teams.
The Bulls have become one of the great surprises of the season and could pull off a first-round upset.
The Rockets have quietly developed into the deepest threat to the Spurs and the Suns in the West.
Legler breaks down the Indiana Pacers' woes and discusses how strong are their playoff chances.
Former NBA 3-point shooting champion Tim Legler discusses his favorite shooters in the NBA.
The Lakers are relying on Lamar Odom to become more assertive offensively just as much as they are relying on Kobe Bryant.