Certain teams are disrespected and overlooked, no matter the level of success -- even a championship. We break down five teams with something to prove heading into the 2015-16 season.
Wes Matthews says he'll be ready for the Mavs' season opener, but head coach Rick Carlisle thinks that the chances of that happening are slim.
Golden State has the highest over/under for wins, while the Spurs, Cavaliers, and Thunder are close behind. No love for the Lakers or Knicks, though.
At age 31 on a Knicks team going nowhere significant, can Carmelo Anthony realistically claim a spot as one of the best of his generation?
Dirk Nowitzki is nearing retirement but wants to keep playing for at least two more seasons.
Canada didn't qualify for the Olympics, but at least it won a medal at the FIBA Americas in dramatic fashion.
In what could be his final game playing for the German national team, Dirk Nowitzki gets a standing ovation which causes him to break down in tears.
At the Fantasy Basketball Today blog, Chris Towers runs through some of the biggest headlines from his first player rankings of the offseason.
Kiki VanDeWeghe has done it all in the NBA and now will be promoted to Executive Vice President, Basketball Operations in the league office.
New York wanted LaMarcus Aldridge to play a position he hates, and so he balked at joining them. However, does this actually say something positive about where the Knicks are headed?

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