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The NBA postseason is upon us and it should be a great one.
The trade deadline truly brings out the worst in desperate franchises looking to make a hasty deal.
The Mavericks lost out on free agent Dwight Howard to their in-state rivals, Houston, this summer.
This season, we'll see what feels like an unprecedented number of players and coaches reunited with their former teams.
Fast, up-tempo play is what NBA fans love and there are players today that absolutely take their ability to move to the next level.
We all have a hometown.
The second round of the playoffs is underway and with only eight teams remaining, it means another eight have been eliminated from title contention.
The marathon NBA season came to its end last week and for some, it's a blessing in disguise.
Two weeks ago, we pronounced Utah dead, a casualty of a terrible stretch of scheduling and the expected rise of the Lakers.
The word of the day yesterday was white smoke (well, technically that's two words).
This week's pickups list comes with some good and bad news.
FRESH PICKINGS Devin Harris (26 percent owned in Yahoo.
Before Ric Bucher left ESPN this fall, he tweeted one of the more interesting behind-the-scenes nuggets to take into consideration whenever Oklahoma City and the Lakers play.
The Knicks have laid a tripwire around Madison Square Garden this season, staying undefeated there by springing a first-quarter trap on the Lakers en route to a 116-107 win.
FRESH PICKINGS: Nikola Vucevic (62 percent owned in Yahoo.
Preseason is when teams want to work through mistakes and identify the most pressing issues.
Believe it or not, there were some other significant moves this offseason than what "SportsCenter" would lead you to believe.
The 2006 Western Conference Semis between the Dallas Mavericks and San Antonio Spurs was a series for the ages - Hall of Famers, a seven-game series and gut-wrenching drama.