Before Blake Griffin, the Clippers were just a revolving door of castoffs and busts who filled roster spots and cashed checks from the old racist owner.
If Philadelphia has The Process and Phoenix has The Timeline, what does Brooklyn have? "The Grit," says rookie Jarrett Allen
The fate of the franchise rests on Jabari Parker's left knee.
David Nwaba took the scenic route from high school in Los Angeles to playing for the Lakers.
Middleton wasn't even supposed to play this year. Now he has Milwaukee making a run at the playoffs.
"He got asshole in him," says Metta World Peace, who means that as a compliment.
Parker tore the same ACL he had blown out in 2014.
The Heat's James Johnson and Tyler Johnson have been two highlights in an otherwise choppy year in Miami. They have also formed an unlikely off-the-court friendship.
Nobody expected much from Golden State Warriors rookie Patrick McCaw, but the second-rounder (and 'NBA 2K' fan) is settling in nicely on his super team.