Once upon a time, the Warriors ruled the NBA; now they're being booed in their own building.
Regardless of the outcome, Dirk Nowitzki finally has answered all questions about his abilities about his greatness as a basketball player, questions that were never fair in nature.
Three straight home losses? Check. Angry words? Check. Petty jealousies? Check. Got 'em all. Which means Kobe and the Lakers have everybody else right where they want them.
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Neil Tardy previews the week ahead for each NBA team and tells you which players to rely on.
Starbury's got a TV show, RJ's got a shiner, K-Mart's got a problem with leather, and more in NBA Local.
Lakers focus pranks on Andrew Bynum, Starbury has sights on TV show and injuries abound in preseason.
LeBron James' didn't face a thrashing this time, Patrick Hruby writes, explaining why the King crowned the Wiz in Game 3.
Tony Parker hooks up with Eva Longoria on TV, while the Jazz are being accused of cheating.
A rematch of the 2005 Finals headlines the NBA's television schedule for the upcoming season released Monday.
The Kings, Lakers, Mavericks, Spurs, Wolves could rock the rest of the league with 60-win seasons.