LeBron James's 51-point outing served as the talking point, but James's historic showing proved that when he's at his best, his supporting cast still needs to do its job in order for the Lakers to see winning results.
While the spat between Kevin Durant and Draymond Green represents their most significant confrontation to date, the Warriors remain the hands-down favorite to win the NBA title. One public argument won't change that.
The immediate returns on the current NBA rookie class has been positive. Who's impressed the most and where do Luka Dončić and Trae Young rank? The Crossover hands out early report cards on the 2018 draft class.
Jimmy Butler's wish to move to a new team was finally granted. With two alphas in Joel Embiid and Ben Simmons waiting to greet him in Philadelphia, will Butler fit in or provide more tension for this young 76ers team?
The Warriors are having more fun and playing a lot like the 73-win team from 2015-16. The Open Floor podcast offers their thoughts on Golden State's tremendous start and answer if they should chase the NBA regular season wins record.
Arkansas, Stanford and Murray State may not be teams that fans are accustomed to watching but they—alongside perennial powers Duke, Kentucky and UNC—are among of a group of college teams that NBA junkies should tune in to this season.
Miles Plumlee isn't afraid to try new things. He unicycles through New York City, endures grueling workouts and parties at Burning Man. At the end of the day, he uses all of those experiences to help lead a young Hawks team.
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.
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.