The stars gather in Los Angeles, a team moves to Brooklyn, a commissioner shapes his legacy: we break down the 2012-2013 NBA season.
Brooklyn gears up for the Nets, and the new Barclays Center. Will they be worth the wait?
The NBA commissioner is stepping down. Though he’s not always beloved, he’ll be missed.
Geno Auriemma, coach of UConn and the U.S. women’s national team, recommends lowering the baskets to increase the popularity of women’s hoops. Why that likely won’t happen.
Now that Howard is in Los Angeles, get ready for a season of squabbling between 7-ft. Supermen
A TIME conversation with Dwyane Wade.
The Rockets, having drafted Yao Ming, know how to market in China, where Jeremy Lin is wildly popular.
Like Jeremy Lin before him, Anthony Davis may be have to endure a trademark battle before he can capitalize on his NBA superstardom.
Would an African-American player be getting glowing praise for sticking near his kids?
With LeBron James playing at an all-time level and the Big Three getting plenty of help, Miami cruised past Oklahoma City to win its second NBA championship
Fighting cramps in Game 4 of the NBA Finals, LeBron James hit one of the most clutch buckets in his career. How Oklahoma City’s Defense Offered an Assist
The Charlotte Bobcats owner hired a college assistant to coach his dismal team. Can the unconventional move work?
The NBA superstar is dominating the paint, and rewarding the Miami Heat.