HoopsHype Marc Narducci
Wizards guard John Wall talks with HoopsHype about the reasons for his growth as a player in Washington.
NBA and ABA legend Spencer Haywood is a finalist again. No way he should be snubbed another time.
It looked like a really long shot a few years ago, but Kyle Lowry is an All-Star now and he could not be more ecstatic about it.
One of the best young guards in the NBA, Reggie Jackson keeps coming off the bench for the Thunder. He tells HoopsHype how he feels about it.
Doc Rivers and the Los Angeles Clippers are not settling for good this time around.
The two-time All-Star runs several businesses in Portland, but would love to return to the NBA as an executive.
The tallest player in NBA history loved this game and remains involved in it many years after his retirement from the league.
Although struggling right now, Kansas freshman guard Ben McLemore remains a viable No. 1 choice in this year's draft.
Key members of the Clippers believe the team already has everything it needs for a good shot at the championship.
It's a new regime in Memphis, but not that much will change when it comes to the use of advanced stats, key members of the Grizzlies say.
James Harden has been so good for the Rockets that some, like Sixers head coach Doug Collins, already say he merits MVP consideration.
Marc Narducci talks with Nets head coach PJ Carlesimo about Joe Johnson, Deron Williams and moving up in the East.
Which of the players changing places last offseason will have the bigger impact this year? Marc Narducci ranks them.
Sixers guard Louis Williams is playing the best basketball of his career this season and should be one of the most coveted free agents this summer.
Against all odds, the Orlando Magic believe they can move on from the latest coach-superstar spat.
It didn't take the Cleveland Cavaliers long to find a new face for the franchise.
Despite more than twice as many losses as wins, Deron Williams has played at an elite level, even if many haven’t noticed.
Hawks forward Josh Smith is leaner and more effective than ever during his eighth season in Atlanta.
The Washington Wizards are experiencing the painful experience of rebuilding with young players. Progress has been non-existent so far this season.