Tom Haberstroh writes that Paul Millsap is a great fit for the Lakers, and that a Millsap-for-Pau Gasol trade makes sense for all parties involved. He outlines a blockbuster three-team deal proposal that could get it done.
Tom Haberstroh writes that while Hornets fans are disappointed about losing Chris Paul, the team is in position for a quick turnaround. Haberstroh ranks them and four other teams in the running to become the next Oklahoma City Thunder.
Tom Haberstroh identifies perceived roster weaknesses on every likely playoff team in the Western Conference, and analyzes the extent to which each hole could pose a problem for the teams this postseason.
While the jury's still out on the Carmelo Anthony and Deron Williams trades, Tom Haberstroh takes a look back at the best deadline deals of the past 10 years, with the Detroit Pistons' acquisition of Rasheed Wallace coming in at No. 1.
Despite the departure of Carlos Boozer, Utah Jazz PG Deron Williams has been performing better than ever on the court. And if Jerry Sloan can't right the ship in Utah, he just might lose his franchise player in 2012.
Most NBA players never sniff the achievements of the Association's greats. But they can take solace in the fact they didn't make this list. Tom Haberstroh takes a look at the five least productive regulars for every franchise.
In what might have been the most compelling offseason in NBA history, the Miami Heat made the most noise by picking up their big three. But what about the other moves? Tom Haberstroh spotlights the summer's biggest winners and losers by position.