Chris Paul has resurrected the Phoenix Suns. Paul George has bounced back after his nightmare in the bubble. Will their playoff nightmare(s) be redeemed?
Wade and the Utah Jazz? The Jazz are the big winners. Does that mean Wade loses?
LaMarcus Aldridge’s career began with a trade. It ended with an irregular hearbeat. The middle was the thing. Skill, poise, and excellence.
Ben McLemore is being asked to shoot threes. Considering everything he has endured, that is the easy part.
Kawhi Leonard told the Clippers he wanted a point guard. They got him one.
Dwight Howard wanted out in 2012. It took 12 players to make it work, including Nikola Vucevic who stayed with Orlando for a decade as a Howard replacement. Vucevic was traded to Chicago, and we can finally call the trade what it was: a bust.
Elgin Baylor was an NBA first: an explosive scoring in buckets acrobat who was a box office attraction. By himself, he buried the set shot NBA player and ushered in a new kind of scorer: jaw-dropping dynamic.
The Miami Heat have temporarily severed ties with Meyers Leonard. Meaning the injured center cannot come to games. Leonard’s crime is not knowing history and hurting those who are his neighbors.
The Sacramento Kings have the worst defense n the NBA. They are expected to miss the playoffs for the 15th year in a row.
Affectionately known as the curse of Robert Sarver, the Suns have an 11-year playoff drought. But voodoo isn’t needed in the Valley of The Sun. Just Devin Booker.