Continuity was important to the Indiana Pacers, until suddenly, it wasn't. Now Lance Stephenson has ended it.
In Dwyane Wade's contract extension, we find an admission of mortality and a question for the future.
While last year's rookie class had its share of struggles going back to Las Vegas Summer League, this year's crop is putting on a show. It's a good sign.
In 2013, Mark Cuban seemingly unveiled a new approach to NBA team building. In 2014, he signed Chandler Parsons. Something here does not compute.
For the past decade or so, the Zeitgeist of LeBron James has been a major, if not the sole component in the Zeitgeist of the league.
Shabazz Muhammad bullied the Mavericks in his first Summer League game of 2014, and it was the right process. The results, however, were mixed.
Pau Gasol is headed to Chicago. Might his offensive skills open up the imagination in Tom Thibodeau's offense?
Through some devious dealings by Mark Cuban with free agent Chandler Parsons, the Houston Rockets may have just received the Atomic Wedgie of the summer.
Lance Stephenson unleashed is one of the most fun things in the NBA. So let's crank it to 11 by having him play for Brett Brown and the Philadelphia 76ers.
The phrase "LeBron James free agency" continues LeBron's decision to make "Best Player Alive" a brand -- and one that he controls, regardless of others.