Thanks to a dominant second half by Vince Carter, the Magic turned away the Hawks, writes Chris Sheridan.
Kenny Thomas scored his first bucket in more than a year. Will the NBA's worst contract find a new home? Chris Sheridan wonders.
From the moment he stepped on the court, LeBron looked at home inside Madison Square Garden, writes Chris Sheridan.
By avoiding the season sweep at the hands of the Knicks, the Nets saved face and kept their playoff hopes alive, Chris Sheridan writes.
Vince Carter will be on another team's highlight reel if New Jersey president Rod Thorn can complete his second blockbuster of the week, writes Chris Sheridan.
Jason Kidd's desire to be dealt might not be fulfilled sooner than the Feb. 21 trade deadline, Chris Sheridan writes.
Too many free agents and too few teams with cap space? Perhaps not. Chris Sheridan sees how the free-agent market is shaping up.
When Lawrence Frank called on Richard Jefferson to take the Nets' final shot of Game 6 instead of Vince Carter, the element of surprise was on Jersey's side, Chris Sheridan writes.
Is there a such thing as an untouchable in the NBA? Chris Sheridan takes a look at the possibility of trading 30 top superstars.
Chris Sheridan answers five questions concerning next summer's free-agent market.
It may be too early to pass judgment on many of the last 50 NBA trades. Chris Sheridan gives it a shot.
Superstars aren't untouchables. So which big names might be traded? Chris Sheridan explores.
The 2006 free agent class is the JV game compared to the class of 2007 varsity contest, projects Chris Sheridan.