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The Sixers are a mess. While Sam Hinkie's ultimate plan is to rebuild this franchise through swapping assets, it's nowhere close to panning out. Instead, it's only creating a negative culture.
As Kobe Bryant announces he will retire after his 20th season in the NBA, his struggle now becomes what it should be -- a graceful goodbye.
Steve Kerr might not be on the sideline for this historic Warriors start, but his prints are all over this team.
Who's overachieving the most in the early going of the NBA season? The Knicks in the East, and the Mavs out West.
We're almost a month into the season, and we're looking at the biggest underachievers. How can you start anywhere else but in Houston?
The Kevin McHale era is over in Houston. So what's next for the franchise? Many questions loom, including around the head-coach position and the future of the Rockets' roster.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban says the East has become better than the West. It's probably not true, but he's got his reasons.
Former NBPA executive director Billy Hunter's lawsuit against the union took the next legal step Monday when his attorneys filed an amended complaint in Los Angeles County Superior Court.
Kristaps Porzingis is turning a lot of heads, and might finally be the piece Carmelo Anthony needs next to him.
Things are only getting uglier in Sacramento. The struggling Kings are imploding fast. The question remains whether it'll be George Karl or DeMarcus Cousins who leaves this mess first.

Before joining, Ken Berger covered the NBA for Newsday. The Long Island, N.Y., native has also worked for the Associated Press and can be seen on SportsNet New York. Catch Ken every Saturday, when he hosts Eye on Basketball from 6-8 p.m. ET on
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