LeBron, Wade, Melo and Paul were not shy in voicing their opinions on nonviolence
Some modest tweaks could ease the pain of a star like Kevin Durant leaving his team
There's no better testament to greatness than the era of team success that Tim Duncan left behind.
Lower-than-projected 2017 cap will make it harder for Warriors to re-sign Kevin Durant
It's a tough pill to swallow for Heat fans
The NBA will never be the same
The offseason salary cap spike gets the Warriors a seat at the table as the league's biggest free agent prize decides among the Thunder, Warriors and Celtics.
Al Horford chose Boston for a variety of reasons
NBA's middle class gets richer as league's best players, rookie stars are capped
Hassan Whiteside is back and Chris Bosh expects to be, but what about Miami's hometown hero?
From the salary cap spike to base-year compensation (what?), we've got you covered.
Say what you want about his tenure, but a lot of money is coming to the players this summer
This feels a lot like the James Harden deal in 2012
This sounds like a blockbuster, but really, it's just a calculated move for both sides.
Golden State cannot stake its claim as being among the best of all-time
Ken Berger began covering the NBA when Kobe Bryant was a rookie. Somehow, he'll outlast him. Ken has multiple top-10 finishes in the APSE writing contest and one championship to his credit - the 2015 Metropolitan Weightlifting Championships in the 69-kilogram weight class. In basketball, though, he's a heavyweight, appearing regularly on CBS Sports Network and co-hosting "Eye on Basketball" with Jody McDonald on CBS Sports Radio in the spring. He is a certified CrossFit trainer and Precision Nutrition coach who eats burpees for breakfast.