Miami Heat megastar LeBron James just capped off one of the finest seasons the hoops world has ever seen. His 31.59 player efficiency rating ranks as the seventh-best mark in NBA history. He shattered
Shaquille O'Neal spent most of his career as the best big man in the game. Now it appears he may be interested in grooming Sacramento Kings star DeMarcus Cousins into the next dominant big man. According
The Miami Heat are back-to-back NBA champions and favorites to win it all again this year. But make no mistake: This team is not invincible. Like every team, the Heat have holes. And unfortunately for
"Defense wins championships." It's perhaps the most cliched cliche in the history of sports cliches, but it is true to a certain extent. No, the best defenses don't always win championships—a team needs
Kevin Garnett thought he saw the pieces of a championship puzzle when he waived his no-trade clause to join the Brooklyn Nets this summer. What he's seen after five games with his new franchise has been
The New York Knicks have lost five straight at Madison Square Garden and are 3-6 through the team's first nine games. Carmelo Anthony told reporters that it doesn't even look as if the Knicks are trying.