Don't let the expected dominance of the Golden State Warriors distract you from just how much about the NBA there is to enjoy.
The shooting guard doesn't sound too happy at how the NBA meted out justice following the Blazers-Suns preseason scuffle.
The best team in the NBA brought back all its most important pieces and got deeper. Are the Warriors a dynasty in the making?
After 10 straight years in the postseason, it's time to rebuild in Atlanta. That means things could get ugly this year.
All around the NBA, All-Stars teamed up this summer to chase the Warriors. Draymond Green finds that very, very funny.
Without Chris Paul, can Blake Griffin and DeAndre Jordan get the Clippers back to the playoffs in a brutal Western Conference?
The Magic have some intriguing young talent and a good coach. Could that be enough to get them back to the playoffs?
The All-Star point guard's comments will be music to the ears of Boston fans. Clevelanders, though, won't like them much.
Isaiah Thomas has nothing but love for Boston ... but not so much for the man who traded him to Cleveland.
The Kings' first full season without DeMarcus Cousins will be all about developing their many, many young players.
Which team was the "real" Heat? The one that started 11-30, or the one that finished 30-11? Pat Riley bet big on the latter.
Some very harsh words passed between Kevin McHale and James Harden, laying bare the complications of leading in the NBA.
The Suns have a bunch of recent lottery picks and hopes to become a contender in the future. But what about the present?
While the Cavs and Celtics made big changes, the Wizards stood pat. Can continuity help vault them to the top of the East?
Asked what he'd do during the national anthem if he were still in the league, Kobe Bryant offered a one-word reply: "Kneel."
The NBA's commissioner saying there's "nothing magical" about an 82-game schedule may open the door to major change. Someday.