HoopsHype Jorge Sierra
Free agent swingman Carlos Delfino can see himself wearing a Bucks jersey again next season.
Nando de Colo will be in high demand in Europe, but San Antonio remains his preferred destination.
Even after the first-round exit in the playoffs, Grizzlies center Marc Gasol has plenty of praise for head coach Lionel Hollins.
Should the Philadelphia 76ers settle for moderate success or shoot for the stars as the trade deadline nears?
He may not get the star treatment yet, but Indiana's Roy Hibbert has quietly developed into one of the top centers in the NBA,
Heat forward Chris Bosh has a gold medal at the Olympics already and is now shooting first and foremost for that elusive NBA title.
Jan Vesely became only the third Czech player to make it to the NBA this season, but a fourth one could be coming pretty soon if high-flying guard Tomas Satoransky, currently playing in Spain, decides to put his name in the draft this spring.
Jeremy Lin's emergence has been great to witness, but let's not anoint him as the next big thing just yet.
Former Buck Earl Boykins is one of the best free agents available and probably also one of the least worried about not being on a team yet.
NBA head coaches choose the reserves at the All-Star Game. We asked a bunch of players and executives who would they pick, though.
Former Duke forward Kyle Singler is having a successful season in Spain – first with Lucentum Alicante and now with Real Madrid, the team he chose over the Pistons when the lockout came to an end.
Former New Orleans guard Bo McCalebb is the top American player in Europe right now. With little interest in the NBA, he may still be next season.
He may not be a superstar, but Timberwolves forward Kevin Love should become the next member of the 2008 class rewarded with a maximum contract.
Former Mavericks and Spurs guard Michael Finley is shooting for a return to pro basketball – in the NBA or other league.