Mark Jackson’s team took a vote. It was simple: yes or no. Quit the first-round playoff series? Or, continue? For sure, Clippers owner Donald Sterling hit a nerve with his racist diatribe, though his casual racism wasn’t a surprise. But the timing was awful. Instead of questions regarding matchups, strategy, and defense, the series was…
Dame Lillard is 30. It won’t matter. He will be just as lethal as he was at 29 and 28 and 27. But is that enough to turn the Blazers into contenders?
The NBA is back. But players have declined to participate and the games will miss the energy of fans and entertainment. Will the NBA Finals winner be an asterisk champion?
Covid-19 and BLM protests have watered down the NBA restart. The NBA has lost its relevance. And yet, Lakers-Clippers is intriguing and worth the hype it will receive on opening night.
J.R. Smith back in the NBA, if it happens, will make the NBA overwhelmingly entertaining.
Mahmoud Abdur-Rauf refused to stand for the national anthem. The league tried to stop him. They were complicit in ending his career
Vince Carter has a complicated Toronto history. It made it a perfect place to return in April and say goodbye.
Leave it to Mark Cuban to interject excitement, drama, and flavor into an NBA season that may be six weeks away
When Deron Williams left Utah he and Jerry Sloan were on bad terms. Eventually, they reconciled. It spared Williams the guilt he would have felt if Sloan had passed and they never healed their relationship.
Mark Cuban is one of the few winners of Covid-19. His straight talk, his honest prescriptions, his critique of the current administration has upped his national profile and given him legitimacy.