There's no telling what to expect if and when the season resumes, but the end result should not be considered illegitimate
With 'The Last Dance' in the books, Bill Reiter takes a look at all of the players and teams Jordan knocked off
Bill Reiter spoke to Isiah following Sunday's airing of "The Last Dance" chronicling Jordan and the Bulls
CBS Sports unveiled its list of the 15 best NBA players of all time Tuesday
Great memories fade in time, but that's the beauty of this series documenting Jordan's legendary run in Chicago
Giannis will join just three other players who have won multiple MVPs by the age of 25 -- all legends of the game
The postponement of the 2020 Games is an absolute bummer, but there could be a silver lining for the NBA
To make legitimate Giannis vs. LeBron comparisons, we'll need to see the Greek Freak win an NBA title first
It wasn't a coincidence James scored a season-high 40 points against the Pelicans on Tuesday
The NBA's best did everything they could to honor the Lakers legend on Sunday night
The two L.A. powerhouses are close in talent, but the Clips' move at the trade deadline could give them a much-needed edge
The grief-stricken L.A. fan base gained a path forward in the wake of tragedy
Kobe Bryant will be remembered for his greatness on the court, but it was all exceeded by his greatness as a father
A.D. has embraced playing for the Lakers, but will he commit to being the long-term face of Los Angeles sports next summer?
Irving shined in his long-awaited return to the Brooklyn Nets, but how long will it last?
Bill Reiter began his career as a newspaper journalist before becoming a national columnist at CBS Sports. He currently hosts a national CBS Sports radio show from New York City from 6 to 10 p.m. ET called Reiter Than You and hosts Reiter's Block for CBSSports.com. Bill has covered the NBA, MLB, college football and major events like the Super Bowl, Olympics and NCAA Tournament. He's won seven APSE writing awards and been recognized several times for his notable work. He lives in Los Angeles with his wife and two children.