According to a litigation and labor attorney from Chicago, today's NBA is actually very similar to the league's golden era of the 1980s. Unfortunately, today's NBA audience seemingly wants NFL-style parity.
Speaking of the 1980s versus today, SI.com's Ian Thomsen wants everybody to know that NBA teams in the 80s weren't any deeper than they are today.
Want a detailed analysis of Sacramento's sixth win of the season? Of course you do. Sebastian Pruiti of NBA Playbook breaks it down for you. Although I'm not sure anybody writes up a halfcourt game-winner.
This in-depth explanation of the "Four Factors" -- complete with charts and graphs and stuff -- will either make you smarter about basketball or break important things inside your brain. Accept the challenge. If you dare.
The Pistons are a much better team with Tracy McGrady running the offense. Yes, Tracy McGrady.
Relax, Celtics fans. Kevin Garnett's MRI was a precaution, not a necessity.
Okay, don't relax, Celtics fans. John Hollinger has some new, non-KG things for you to worry about.
Even good teams with plenty of good players need somebody who can create shots.
Based on the current results as of today, it doesn't look like Danny Granger or Roy Hibbert will be voted onto the Eastern Conference All-Star team. In all fairness, Indiana is a small market team and even Pacers great Reggie Miller only made one All-Star start...and even that was only because Michael Jordan was retired.
More discussion and quotes about the defense not being played in Phoenix.
Look out NBA: The Timberwolves have one two games in a row! And according to Basketball-Reference's Expected W-L formula, the T-Wolves are actually two games better than their 8-25 record. Okay, maybe I'm reaching here.
The Miami Heat just keep making history.