When going down the list of the greatest shooters of all time, Houston Rockets guard James Harden is rarely mentioned. But at the end of next season, he will likely rank in the top five in career three-pointers made.
Kawhi Leonard has paced himself all year, taking nights off when he pleases and resting with free agency in mind. But now that the playoffs are here, the Raptors are ready to fully unleash their best player.
Mike Trout and Anthony Davis have had similiar careers but what if the NBA followed the same contract system as MLB? Sports Illustrated compares the two superstars after Trout's record breaking 12-year contract worth more than $430 million.
Donovan Mitchell bursts onto the scene as a rookie with the Utah Jazz, earning accolades and carrying his team to a surprise playoff win. While his second season hasn't been perfect, Mitchell is back on track thanks to the help of a few fellow NBA stars.
LeBron James and the Lakers fell to the Knicks at Madison Square Garden in a very unusual way. While Lou Williams is making his case as a Hall of Famer for his prolific bench scoring. Here is this week's power rankings.