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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.
San Antonio has been clearly superior so far in the conference finals, but Eddie Johnson is not writing the Thunder off yet.
The Chicago Bulls can have huge success with the current team, says Eddie Johnson. But only if Tom Thibodeau gives Luol Deng and Carlos Boozer more freedom.
Eddie Johnson breaks down the first few games of the playoffs and forecasts what's coming next.
Eddie Johnson puts last season's Finals MVP, dunk contest champion and Six Man of the Year in the list of most disappointing players so far.
The addition of JR Smith was a risk worth taking for the New York Knicks, says Eddie Johnson.
Eddie Johnson would like to see more Karl Malone and less Shawn Kemp in Blake Griffin going forward.
NBA veteran Eddie Johnson ranks the best NBA players from 25 to 1 again. Four new guys make the list and a certain Minnesota forward becomes the biggest riser.
Eddie Johnson is ecstatic about the new season and hoping his questions get answered soon.