The NBA seems to be dominated by young stars. Is that different from how the NBA has been in the past or is this just part of the same old cycle?
Let's take a look at the projected frontcourt for the Cavs, and a key area where they'll have to find ways to improve.
Kevin Love has been criticized for his lack of playoff appearances, but math says even history's greatest would've had the same problems in Minnesota.
How should new head coach Stan Van Gundy stagger his frontcourt minutes to optimize efficiency?
Using John Hollinger's Game Score, we take a look at the 10 best individual statistical performances from last season.
Vince Carter, Paul Pierce, and Shawn Marion are all 35 or older and changed teams this offseason. Can they still contribute at the same level?
Michael Jordan didn't win his first title until he was 27. LeBron was the same age. Is there a prime superstar age?
We take a look at the on/off-court data for both Durant and Westbrook to see if the Thunder really would be better off if they moved Westbrook.
With Channing Frye off to Orlando, Markieff Morris looks set to start in Phoenix. If last year was any indication, a big year is on the way.
Stephen Curry is a great offensive player, but is he really better than the King himself?
With so much talent, the Cavs' lineup that projects as their best for next year will probably surprise you.
As part of the Kevin Love deal (or at least a followup to it), the Sixers will trade Thad Young to the Wolves for Anthony Bennett. What will it mean?
Players with the talent level of Kevin Love don't get traded in their primes. But he did, and it makes sense for both teams.
A handful of notoriously bad defenders posted excellent defensive stats in the NBA last season.
Stretch fours make offenses as a whole more efficient, but how do they directly affect their fellow big men?