Dwyane Wade says he loves Chicago but that his heart is in Miami. Andrew Bynum practices and expects to play Sunday in the Lakers’ playoff opener. Georgetown sophomore Greg Monroe declares for the NBA Draft.
Eastern Conference: No. 3 Atlanta Hawks vs. No. 6 Milwaukee Bucks The Milwaukee Bucks were playing exceptional basketball during the second half of their season, establishing themselves as a team to watch come playoff time. In fact, the “Fear the… Continue Reading
The NBA salary cap will be set at $56.1 million for next season, a few million higher than anyone expected. Brandon Roy will not play in Portland’s first-round series against the Suns after having surgery on his torn meniscus. Carlos… Continue Reading
Eastern Conference: No. 1 Cleveland Cavaliers vs. No. 8 Chicago Bulls It will truly be the King’s Court Saturday at the Quicken Loans Arena. As LeBron James’s frustration mounts with each passing day he hasn’t won a championship, he gets… Continue Reading
The Philadelphia 76ers have relieved Eddie Jordan of his coaching duties after one season. The Sixers went 27-55 on the year. The Grizzlies have given coach Lionel Hollins a three-year deal. John Kuester will return to coach the Detroit Pistons… Continue Reading
After the regular season’s final slate of games, here are the finalized first-round playoff matchups: Eastern Conference No. 1 Cleveland Cavaliers vs. No. 8 Chicago Bulls (3 PM Saturday, ABC) No. 2 Orlando Magic vs. No. 7 Charlotte Bobcats (5:30… Continue Reading
As the playoffs begin this Saturday, April 17, I’ll be doing two series previews a day to have them all covered by the time the games start. To begin, I’ll look at the 1-vs.-8 West matchup and 2-vs.-7 East matchup today,… Continue Reading
Trouble behind the scenes for the Bulls. Seems like pretty bad timing to me. Will Doc Rivers bolt Boston after this year? The Suns’ Robin Lopez will miss at least the first round of the playoffs.
Phoenix Suns at Utah Jazz — 10:30 PM eastern, telecast on ESPN Well, it’s my final Game of the Day preview for the 2009 – 2010 season. But the action is far from concluded with over two months of postseason… Continue Reading
As the regular season winds down, I thought I’d give my take on each of the awards. While my selections won’t seem groundbreaking (in fact, I agree with the experts in most cases), I’d be remiss if I didn’t record… Continue Reading