Posted by Kevin Arnovitz
Ben Golliver of Blazers Edge has assembled an incredible slide show of The Oregonian's special sections published by the paper over the years.
Eric Musselman, on his Twitter feed, quotes Reggie Theus: "With today's players street credit is important." [Hat Tip: Ziller/The Baseline] Isn't it fair to say that street cred is actually less important than it was 10 years ago?
NBA fans perpetually want their teams to run more -- but it's really difficult to do so effectively if the team can't rebound the ball effectively. Hoop Numbers looks at the best fast break "triggers" in the league.
While in Henan Province, China, Shaquille O'Neal makes a side trip to the birthplace of Zen Buddhism: "I've been a lot of places but being at the Shaolin Temple has brought a tear to my eye. Buddha blessed."
The NBA never sleeps, even during the dog days of summer. All Net's list of the five most ridiculous stories of the offseason.
Part Two of an interview with Anthony Randolph. Does Randolph help a team more as a 3 or a 4? And what do Randolph and Sam Perkins have in common?
Bruce Bowen's retirement from the Suns' perspective, and a list of Phoenix's most hated opponents.
Much of the discussion about Bowen's legacy has focused on the likelihood that his jersey will be eventually hang from the rafters at AT&T Center. Zach Lowe takes a comprehensive look at Bowen's career number to see if the defensive and corner-3 specialist is truly worthy of the honor.
Blake Griffin follows 20 Twitter feeds. Among them, pro skater Rob Dyrdek.
Mike Wang, lead designer for NBA Live 10, says that the newest version of the game will allow users better off-ball controls: "We felt that off-ball play was an important part of basketball and we needed to focus on that. We added over 150 new animations off-ball alone where guys would be cutting, spotting up, doing V-cuts, and it just makes the whole game look a lot more organic." Does this elevate the game value of guys like Rip Hamilton?