Melo doesn't make sense for the Lakers, but it doesn't even matter, because that makes perfect sense.
Kobe Bryant won't let the past go and is still mad at the Charlotte Hornets for trading him on draft night 18 years ago.
It's The Decision 2.0, but this time a weight has been lifted off of LeBron James' shoulders.
LeBron James exercised his right again to become a free agent and choose his next team, a right players fought to have for decades. Comparing his situation is difficult since no player like him has had these opportunities.
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.
It's #TrailTuesday, which means it's time to send another NBA team down the Oregon Trail. After the disaster that was the Knicks excursion last week, it was time for the Lakers to take to the trail. The 2013-14 season was one the Lakers' organization and fans would like to forget, but today was a chance at redemption. Sweet, sweet Oregon Trail redemption.
Now I know some people will see the headline for this article and say, "How can this be the game of the night?". Well let me explain. To be a hundred percent honest, I think the Bulls vs. Rockets game
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?
We've seen players from the 1996 come and go in this league, and while some have arguably had more successful careers, no one's persistence is quite as surprising as Derek Fisher's.
There’s not much left to say about Kobe Bryant that hasn’t been said but we decided he was undeniably worth writing about, so I kind of decided to go rogue.