Boston has been up and down all season, with spurts where it looks superb and others where it fails to live up to expectations. The Crossover podcast considers the Celtics' issues and the possibility of a divide within their locker room.
Stephen Curry is scorching hot, Klay Thompson is no longer slumping and Golden State is trending upward in this week's NBA power rankings. The Crossover looks at the Warriors' grand start to the New Year and much more.
The frequent discussion around the new core of the 76ers is rooted in a time-old NBA problem—the fragility of building a championship contender. As Philadelphia has learned over the past couple years, flexibility in free agency is not always the best fix.
After a slower start than expected, the Spurs are looking like the Spurs again. The talent of DeMar DeRozan and LaMarcus Aldridge—paired with a return to defensive relevance—has revived San Antonio's season.
It's great to reflect at the end of the year, but forecasting the future can be just as fun. With that in mind, The Crossover created a wishlist for 2019, focusing in on major topics like Kevin Durant's decision, Lakers recruitment and more.
From big accomplishments (a third title) to countless little things (about coach Steve Kerr’s beers…), the Sportsperson of the Year award recipients took care of business in a sometimes-trying 2018, with an indelible ethos that has made them a joy to watch and a dynasty that endures.
Unlike many of his foreign-born predecessors, Mavericks rookie Luka Dončić arrived in the NBA with an extensive résumé. The league is finding out that the skills that allowed him to dominate overseas definitely translate to the NBA.
The deal was only one of many in his career, but former Nets GM Billy King still can't quite shake the trade he made to bring Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry to Brooklyn. Nearly five years later, he still wears the decision like a scarlet letter.
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.