HoopsHype Eddie Johnson
Eddie Johnson puts together his new list with familiar faces at the top and Kobe Bryant moving down in the ranking.
Former NBA player Eddie Johnson dishes on the Rockets, Dirk Nowitzki, PEDs use in the league and more.
Eddie Johnson has not yet given up on troubled forward Michael Beasley.
The Rockets think they can play Howard and Asik together. Former Rocket Eddie Johnson says they are wrong.
The Spurs are the toughest opponent Miami has found in the Big Three era, Eddie Johnson says. Still, the Heat should prevail.
Miami will not win back-to-back titles unless Dwyane Wade shows improvement, says Eddie Johnson.
Eddie Johnson gives Grizzlies, Lakers, Rockets, Bucks, Celtics and Hawks some advice on how to make their series competitive.
If the jump shots start to fall consistently, Ricky Rubio could make the Timberwolves world-beaters. Otherwise, the Spaniard will be a mild disappointment, says Eddie Johnson.
Eddie Johnson throws 10 disappointing players under the bus.
Despite the last two playoff heartbreakers, Eddie Johnson thinks the Spurs are primed for a return to the Finals.
The Celtics would be fooling themselves to think they can make another playoff run with this group following the Rajon Rondo injury, says Eddie Johnson.
Immature players like Kings center DeMarcus Cousins are a by-product of a system that needs to be changed, says Eddie Johnson.
Kevin Martin is no James Harden, but the Thunder are at their best with other key players on the team taking on a bigger role, says Eddie Johnson.
A few changes at the top of Eddie Johnson's list. But not at No. 1.
Eddie Johnson's much awaited Top Players list expands to 50. Here's the first part.
Eddie Johnson lists 10 players he expects will have breakout performances this year.
LeBron James had to handle intense criticism from people that questioned his greatness. Now that's over, says Eddie Johnson.
Eddie Johnson explains what the Heat and the Thunder have to do in order to seize control of the series.