NBA Previews

On the cusp of contending?

Quietly the Pacers appear to have become a legit contender. Or at least knocking on the door with the best of the East.

Greg Monroe and not much else

Here's the good news. Um, Greg Monroe is pretty good. Beyond that, it gets more dicey.

The slow Cavs rebuild

Sadly for Dan Gilbert, he wasn't able to deliver on his promise that the Cavs would win a title before LeBron did. But the rebuilding plan continues in Cleveland and it starts with Kyrie Irving.

Cutting costs in Chi-town

The Chicago Bulls were remarkably good last year in spite of Derrick Rose being in and out of the lineup all year long. Can they tread water till Rose gets back again?

NBA Blog Previews: Pacific Division

Continuing the series of NBA previews written by NBA bloggers. This week it was the Pacific Division.

Kings of Sacramento ...for now

The Kings are on borrowed time in Sacramento with the Maloof brothers looking to move the team to anywhere but Sacramento. Not good times for Sactown fans.

Moving on from Nash

The Phoenix Suns have long been identified as Steve Nash's team. For good reason too. The two time MVP was the engine that made that car go. But now he's off to Hollywood and the Suns are in search of a new identity.

Are the Lakers a "dynasty reborn?"

You may have noticed that the Lakers had a pretty decent offseason. The changes, as you might expect, have Laker fans a bit giddy.

NBA Blog Previews: Los Angeles Clippers

The Clippers have two of the game's brightest stars (who happen to form the most entertaining alley-oop combination). But did they do enough to surround them with a supporting cast?

NBA Blog Preview: Golden St. Warriors

The Warriors made a big splash last year in trading for Andrew Bogut. So they've pretty much put all their eggs in that fragile-as-an-egg basket.

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