When players flop, NBA referees are put in an almost impossible position. Former NBA official Steve Javie talks with Jeff Van Gundy about how referees view flops and floppers, and how they are instructed to make the tough calls.
David Thorpe explains why this year's "four-player" draft can't be the case. And why there is crying in basketball, and that's a good thing.
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Before the start of Warriors-Rockets Game 2, join Amin Elhassan at 8:30 p.m. ET Thursday night for a lively discussion of the conference finals and more.
Some players can be helpful playing at half-speed. But, David Thorpe says, Dwight Howard isn't one of them.
At the NBA Draft Lottery, franchises become winners for losing. How fair is this system?
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The party line is that the Warriors will win in a cakewalk, but David Thorpe says the Rockets are far better than you think.
NBA history shows that team management outweighs picking at the top of the draft.
Tom Haberstroh shows why we won't see an encore of Golden State's regular-season sweep over Houston.
With the Rockets in the West finals, let's take a closer look at Charles Barkley's criticism of Houston earlier this season.
Ethan Sherwood Strauss, Tom Haberstroh and Amin Elhassan discuss the latest NBA postseason action.