It's worth wondering whether or not Wade will be in the Cavs' starting lineup
Carmelo Anthony has to change his game in Oklahoma City
The Sixers aren't championship contenders yet, but there is no more fascinating team
From Lonzo to Boban, here's a look at who to keep an eye on when the 2017-18 season begins
Is Boston really ready to become the class of the East? Will the Raptors ever break through?
Ten pressing questions about how the league's changed landscape from a defensive perspective
The West is where more than 70 percent of the teams think of themselves as a lock to make the playoffs
The Cavaliers are the only team that can reasonably say not making the NBA Finals is a failure
The versatile forward could be the key to Cleveland improving next season
Evaluating where the future Hall of Famer might land up if he is freed from Chicago's rebuilding project
These are the most important games that Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry will play in the 2017-18 season
The Cavs star already handles the ball as much as most franchise players do
The former No. 1 pick is in line for a maximum contract extension, which would come with significant risk
Some teams want to fight the Warriors, others want to 'fight' for the right to draft Michael Porter Jr.
Toronto's center has an uncertain future; can we still talk about this 25-year-old's potential?
James Herbert is somewhat fond of basketball, feature writing and understatements. A former season-ticket holder for the expansion Toronto Raptors, Herbert does not think the NBA was better back in the days of hand checking and illegal defense. He joined CBS Sports in 2014 and lives in Brooklyn.