LeBron James and the Miami Heat are back-to-back NBA champions. Charley Rosen explains how it happened.
Spurs reinvented themselves and remain a model of excellence with humble Gregg Popovich at the helm.
The Spurs are the toughest opponent Miami has found in the Big Three era, Eddie Johnson says. Still, the Heat should prevail.
Miami is everybody's favorite to win the championship. But not Charley Rosen's.
This year's Spurs may end up not winning the whole thing, but they compare favorably to San Antonio teams that did, says Charley Rosen.
Miami will not win back-to-back titles unless Dwyane Wade shows improvement, says Eddie Johnson.
Charley Rosen picks a coach for each of the teams currently looking for one.
Giving in to Chris Paul's demands has been an efficient way of handling things for the Clippers, Mark Heisler says.
Going to this crossroads that feels more like driving off a cliff.
Eddie Johnson gives Grizzlies, Lakers, Rockets, Bucks, Celtics and Hawks some advice on how to make their series competitive.
Mike Brown gets a head coaching job again and Charley Rosen doesn't quite understand why.
If any team is to stop Miami from winning a second title in a row, it's sure coming from the West, says Charley Rosen.
Rod Benson says today's athletes should set the table for gay players to feel comfortable about coming out publicly in the future.
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.
Charley Rosen puts just a select few ahead of the two most dominant players of the last decade.