Kyle Lowry and Goran Dragic won Players of the Week. VENGEANCE! Kind of.
On Tuesday night against the Houston Rockets, San Antonio Spurs coach Gregg Popovich reached into his bag of tricks and pulled out everyone's old friend, the Hack-a-Shaq strategy. For seven straight possessions, the Spurs intentionally fouled Dwight Howard.
The Phoenix Suns signed Leandro Barbosa for the rest of the season, because they're all about the deja vu.
Denver Nuggets forward Danilo Gallinari, who underwent a second surgery on his injured left knee, is a man caught in time, unable to escape the lingering questions of 2013.
Jordan Crawford's been traded from the Boston Celtics to the Golden State Warriors. Some call him Steezus, but he's definitely more of a Janus.
Fact: the Wolves are now 0-10 in games decided by 4 points or less this season. You've probably heard that at this point. It's kind of a big deal, apparently.
For Memphis, the Courtney Lee-for-Jerryd Bayless swap (yes, Ryan Gomes was involved, too) might seem like a move for this year, but the future was an equally important consideration.
The Toronto Raptors' Dwane Casey and the Phoenix Suns' Jeff Hornacek were named Eastern and Western Conference Coaches of the Month. They've had quite different seasons, but the starting point for the success of both is the same.
The Suns use the threat of two ball handlers and a bit of misdirection to get Miles Plumlee a dunk.
Arguments about the best power forward in the NBA abound, but they all come with a caveat. Should that caveat exist, though?