The Charlotte Bobcats stopped, dropped and opened up shop and Big Al's Paint to promote Al Jefferson's candidacy for an All-NBA squad. No word on any shutdowns.
In a memo issued to teams and officials, and made public online, the NBA is emphasizing verticality. Just in time for a likely Pacers/Heat Eastern Conference finals largely affected by verticality!
Nikola Vucevic, whose nickname really should be "Tesla," and Tim Duncan, who needs no nickname, are the players of the week. And that's perfect for a season defined by tanking and the elite Western Conference.
Many see Phil Jackson and James Dolan as adversaries vying for the soul of the Knicks. But if this relationship is going to work, it has to be more Inception than Godzilla.
With Kobe Bryant officially out for the remainder of the season, he won't be chipping away at any milestones this year. Where exactly does he stand on the various all-time leaderboards, and how high can he go?
Gerald Green's 41-point game was unexpected and thoroughly entertaining, just like the Phoenix Suns. How did we get here?
"Automatically Recognizing On-Ball Screens" got a bad rap at Sloan, but its basic nature masked its importance.
We're used to players going into video game mode. But when LeBron does it, he's not playing virtual basketball. He's all about Mortal Kombat.
When Malcolm Gladwell sat down with Adam Silver, Silver made little effort to hide his status as a company man -- but one open to new ideas.
Introducing league average-adjusted offensive and defensive efficiency numbers, which put a team's season into context relative to everything else that happened that year.