There was a lot of player turnover this NBA offseason and some teams that let players go might be better off without them.
Steve Kerr has been tinkering with the center position all season, but feels confident his fearsome fivesome will return to form when the games actually matter.
After a terrible, horrible, no-good, very bad rookie season, Brandon Ingram is playing like the franchise pillar the Lakers need him to be.
With Rudy Gobert injured, Favors has a chance to reestablish himself with the Jazz before free agency.
The sweet-shooting forward was rumored to be on the trade block this offseason. He hasn't let it bother him.
The Knicks are getting flak for not playing their young star at his best position. But for once, the team seems to be doing something right.
Andrew Wiggins has proven he can score, but he's going to have to shore up the rest of his game now that Jimmy Butler is in town.
Carmelo Rules Everything Around MSG.