Look, averaging a triple-double is remarkable, and Russell Westbrook should be commended. But is it MVP worthy? Not quite. And we’ll tell you why.
A Cavs five without LeBron; true Point Giannis; DeRozan without Lowry—these and more are the most important Eastern Conference lineups come playoff time.
Following our WhatIfSports football and baseball simulations, we turn to the NBA Finals. The Bulls, Heat, Warriors; which champion became best ever?
Don’t let his 40-point performance against the Cavaliers fool you—D’Angelo Russell has been rather underwhelming thus far. Just how much, you ask? Well…
The Pacers had their chance to trade superstar Paul George while the price was at its highest. Instead they didn’t, and now that window is closed for good.
The Lakers ‘brand’ has taken place of how an NBA team should be properly run by turning to Magic Johnson. Don’t be surprised if the results are disastrous.
An NBA superstar was available for pennies on the dollar, so how’d so many miss on Cousins? If history is any indicator, these trades happen in clusters.
The Bulls—not L.A.—win the coin toss, taking Magic Johnson No. 1 overall. What happens next? MJ ends up in Philly, L.A.’s dynasty is put on hold, and more.
Popovich has made a career out of turning players into great ones—helping countless names find the best version of himself. That’s what makes him the best.
There’s no denying Phil Jackson’s legacy; 11 championships is absurd. But he always had the best players and rarely developed his own.
Only five guards in NBA history put up 19 points, 4.5 assists, and 4 rebounds per game in their age-34 season. Wade is one of them, but can he stay healthy?
Von Miller got paid, John Cena got jokes, and Kam Chancellor was voted the most, well… it’s publicity, at least. This week, it’s all off-field.
Now that he’s done playing, Kobe Bryant’s going to find himself having plenty of time on his hands. So why doesn’t he just come coach Phil Jackson’s Knicks?
The year is 2004, and Dallas owner Mark Cuban makes a decision that severely alters the future of the NBA: He trades Dirk Nowitzki for Shaq.
Have you ever wondered what could have happened had Kobe Bryant gone to college for a year?
On July 30th, 2007, the Suns acquire Kevin Garnett. In the aftermath, the remaining contenders scramble to keep up.
Kobe Bryant is no longer an All-Star, and surely the NBA could have taken a different approach to honoring him.