With reports that Chris Paul is being waived, the Phoenix Suns will have huge shoes to fill at point guard. We’ve pinpointed their five best options.
If the Boston Celtics continues the Jayson Tatum-Jaylen Brown partnership, they will need to upgrade their guard position. That’s where Damian Lillard comes in.
The Miami Heat have a 3-0 lead over the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals. As a result, the so-called Heat culture talk has become all the rage.
The Miami Heat have looked completely different in the postseason. That’s why it shouldn’t be a surprise that they took Game 1 of Eastern Conference Finals.
The Eastern Conference finals will pit the playoff-tested Boston Celtics vs. the upstart Miami Heat, the No. 8 seed that is trying to pull off another big upset.
Victor Wembanyama is a once-in-a-generation talent that could transform any franchise. So who will be lucky enough to call Wembanyama’s name on Draft night?
Monty Williams’ firing feels especially undeserved, as he made the Phoenix Suns relevant again, bringing them back to the playoffs after a decade-long drought.
Many NBA pundits projected the Suns as NBA title favorites after they traded for Kevin Durant. But the loss of depth in that deal haunted them in the playoffs.
Here are five starters who underperformed in their roles during the NBA Playoffs and probably cost their teams a chance to contend for the NBA title.
Even with two-time NBA Finals MVP Kevin Durant on the roster, the Phoenix Suns remain a NBA title contender because of the stellar play of Devin Booker.
Max Strus, Caleb Martin, and Gabe Vincent are relishing their expanded role in Miami Heat’s rotation with Tyler Herro and Victor Oladipo out with injuries.
After the firing of Mike Budenholzer by Milwaukee Bucks, who should be hired to take the reins of the team with the most talent in the Eastern Conference?
The Phoenix Suns lost two of their best 3-and-D players, Mikal Bridges and Cam Johnson, to land Kevin Durant. Those losses are hurting them against the Nuggets.
Should Jimmy Butler be considered an NBA superstar? His regular season performances may not indicate he is. But in the playoffs, it may be a different story.
When the NBA playoffs began, few would have expected a New York Knicks vs. Miami Heat second-round matchup. This series renews one of the NBA’s best rivalries.
Ime Udoka will bring a commanding presence to the Houston Rockets, which was the fourth-youngest team in the NBA and finished 20-62 during the regular season.
Jimmy Butler scored a franchise playoff-record 56 points to help the Miami Heat overcome a 14-point fourth-quarter deficit and stun the Milwaukee Bucks.
After some key injuries, the LA Clippers and Miami Heat are facing a crisis in the NBA playoffs. Meanwhile, with their star returning, the Bucks are in control.
By stealing home-court advantage, the New York Knicks used their depth to overwhelm the Cavaliers in Game 1. If the Knicks win Game 2, is the series over?
The Sacramento Kings put together the right mix of talent (De’Aaron Fox, Domantas Sabonis) and coaching (Mike Brown) and now have a shot at NBA playoff success.
Once seen as the potential new face of the NBA, Zion Williamson now is criticized for his weight, heart and effort. So where do the New Orleans Pelicans go next?
Even though the Oklahoma City Thunder lost No. 2 pick Chet Holmgren to a season-ending injury in August, they still advanced to the NBA Play-In tournament.
The Play-In Tournament will determine the final four NBA playoff spots. Here are the top storylines to watch as 20 teams begin the chase for the NBA title.
We’ve selected our winners for the six major NBA awards, including MVP, Sixth Man, Rookie of the Year and the newly announced Clutch Player of the Year.