The NBA Draft Lottery is rigged, as the Cleveland Cavaliers proved Tuesday night by winning their third lottery in four years. But it's not by the NBA powers that be. There are bigger forces at play here, and those forces have a name: The Law of Attraction.
The Charlotte Hornets are back in all of their purple and teal splendor. Let us rejoice. And if you're wondering where Hugo's been, I'll tell you.
The Sacramento Kings want to see your best NBA draft analytics model -- and if they like it, they might just let you into their war room.
Lance Stephenson and Evan Turner didn't fight at Indiana Pacers practice, according to David West. But he might be using a different definition than we are.
Blake Griffin had way more to say in his recent interview with Rolling Stone than his views on how old the Earth is.
Hit Timofey Mozgov in the face and draw your 16th technical? You're going to get asked to stay home by the league, Blake Griffin. ...oh, you were staying anyway? Well, no pay for you!
The Phoenix Suns are dead. Long live the Phoenix Suns.
Playoff berths and ping pong balls are on the line. To the games!
Using adjusted offensive efficiency to lead us to the soul of some of the greatest offenses in NBA history, teams that performed well in a vacuum but separated themselves from their peers.
Al Harrington's knee has been a jerk lately, but it didn't stop Harrington from helping the Wizards make the postseason -- and that's all he wanted.