For those who want to classify LeBron James' career before it ends, hold it. Ken Berger says James' rollercoaster, but ultimately epic, performance in Game 6 shows how foolish it is to rush to judgment.
FOX Sports columnist Jen Engel and CBSSports.com columnist Jeremy Fowler join Jim Rome to discuss whether the Clippers should have pushed harder to complete a trade with the Celtics that would have brought Doc Rivers and Kevin Garnett to the team.
CBS Sports Network basketball analyst Alaa Abdelnaby joined the Tim Brando show to discuss the Spurs going up 3-2 in the NBA Finals, the play of Danny Green as well San Antonio's hot shooting in Game 5.
The Spurs have been waiting for Manu Ginobili's breakout game in these Finals, and the crafty vet -- who starts Game 5 -- doesn't let them down. Ken Berger says Gregg Popovich's gamble pays off big time.
Have an idea how this NBA Finals will play out? No one does, including Gregg Doyel, who says everything in this series so far has made no sense and he doubts it will get any easier to predict what happens next.
Tim Duncan scored 20 points and grabbed 5 rebounds in the Spurs 109-93 Game 4 loss to the Heat in the NBA Finals. Duncan weighed in on the loss after the game as the series shifts back to Miami tied 2-2.
ESPN basketball analyst and former Nets interim head coach P.J. Carlesimo joined the Tim Brando Show to share his thoughts on the possibility of Jason Kidd becoming the new head coach of the Brooklyn Nets.
Credit this Game 3 blowout on LeBron. The Heat leader, who correctly shoulders the blame after the blowout, stinks up the joint in Game 3. Gregg Doyel says the best player in the world needs to figure things out, and soon.
Tim Duncan scored 12 points and grabbed 14 rebounds in the Spurs 113-77 Game 3 win over the Heat in the NBA Finals on Tuesday. Duncan weighed in on the victory and the importance of his supporting cast after the game.
One week ago Knicks guard Jason Kidd announced his retirement from the NBA. Today Allie LaForce predicts he may be the Net's new assistant coach. Watch "Lead Off" - Weekdays at Midnight ET on CBS Sports Network.
Memphis Grizzlies' Quincy Pondexter joins Roger Lodge on "Rome" to discuss Miami's blowout victory in Game 2, the match up problems the Spurs gave the Grizzlies, how his role with the Grizzlies will change next season, and much more.
The Memphis Grizzlies have decided to part with the winningest coach in the franchise's history, telling Lionel Hollins they will not be renewing his contract as head coach coming off their first trip to the Western Conference finals.
Lionel Hollins says the Memphis Grizzlies have told him they will not renew his contract as head coach, even though he's the winningest coach in the franchise's history coming off the team's first trip to the Western Conference finals.
NEWARK, N.J.- Kobe Bryant reached a settlement with a New Jersey auction house that allows his mother sell a small amount of his memorabilia, while also getting an apology from his parents, who thanked him for his financial support.
NEWARK, N.J.- Kobe Bryant settled a legal dispute with a New Jersey auction house over whether his mother was authorized to sell memorabilia, allowing six items from his high school days and early NBA career to be offered for sale beginning next week.
MIAMI- Mike Budenholzer is in his final series on the staff with the San Antonio Spurs. David Fizdale is now often mentioned as a candidate for jobs that could take him away from his job with the Miami Heat.
BOSTON- NBA veteran center Jason Collins, the first active athlete in one of the four U.S. major professional sports leagues to come out as being gay, marched Saturday for nearly three miles in Boston's gay pride parade with U.S. Rep. Joe Kennedy III, his onetime roommate at Stanford University.
DENVER- Denver Nuggets President Josh Kroenke said Friday that it was hard to let both the NBA's executive of the year and its coach of the year get away following a franchise record 57-win season, "but I'm not here to win awards, I'm here to win banners."
MIAMI- For all the playoff slugfests he has endured over the years, for all the elbows to the ribs he's taken in the post, for all the postseason runs between this NBA Finals and his last one, precious little has changed for Tim Duncan.
MIAMI- Dwyane Wade's first three trips to the NBA Finals all were accompanied by a statistical oddity. The Game 1 winner in each of those series wound up watching the other team celebrate a championship.