For the past few seasons the Celtics have been scrappy, smart, lucky, tough, overrated, injured, resilient and almost always very good. Now Kyrie Irving and his teammates will try to take to next the step.
With the Warriors-Cavaliers rivalry officially over, we will have a different matchup in the NBA Finals for the first time in years. What could emerge as the new replacement? The Crossover's staff takes a stab at predicting which two teams we'll watch in June.
Did the Rockets hit their ceiling last season? Can LeBron and the Lakers mesh in time to push for a playoff spot? Will Toronto prove enough this season to retain Kawhi Leonard? The Crossover answers those questions and more ahead of the 2018-19 season.
The NBA is more unpredictable than it's ever been, with marquee players switching teams and conferences left and right. That said, The Crossover staff was still up to the task of picking the biggest plot twist for 2018-19.
After four years playing alongside LeBron James, Kevin Love is finally the guy in Cleveland. The Crossover talked to Love about that new responsibility, the state of mental health in the NBA and life without LeBron.
With a cast of LeBron James, Brandon Ingram and Rajon Rondo at the helm, outsiders are looking at the Lakers and wondering how they will play on offense. The Open Floor podcast crew digs into the details and the approach L.A. should take.
While the summer is a quiet time for basketball, the NBA draft clock never quite stops ticking. With that in mind, The Crossover's Front Office evaluate players who helped or hurt their stock this offseason.
With the LeBron James era in Los Angeles underway, the Lakers face several questions about its roster especially at the center position. Will JaVale McGee be capable of starting? Or will the King have to sacrifice his body and guard the likes of Nikola Jokic and Karl-Anthony Towns?
On May 10, the Charlotte Hornets hired James Borrego as their head coach, making the 40-year-old former Spurs assistant the first Latino to hold that position full-time in the 72-year history of the NBA.
Facing his third free-agency decision, LeBron James traveled on a new path and picked the Lakers. The Crossover takes you inside the process that led James to join an iconic franchise and follow in the footsteps of legends.
Which Dennis Rodman should we remember? The unselfish, relentless Hall of Famer that was ahead of his time? Or the one popping up on TMZ and traveling to North Korea? The NBA's rebounding king carries a complicated legacy.
LeBron James put pressure on Nike and senior designer Jason Petrie to produce with the latest addition to his signature sneaker line. The result is his most personal sneaker yet, an effort that honors black women and features a unique look.
On behalf of Tissot, the 5th pick in the NBA Draft and new Atlanta Hawks Guard, Trae Young, joins Crossover TV to talk about flat Earth theories and more. For more of this interview and Crossover TV, subscribe to SI TV.
Introducing The Step Backs's 25-under-25 with players like Donovan Mitchell, Jayson Tatum, Clint Capela and Julius Randle surging up the list, and others, like Nerlens Noel, Andrew Wiggins, Markelle Fultz and Dennis Smith Jr. sliding off.