Under The Hardwood, The Sand: The Case for Basketball on the Beach
Basketball as it is played today bears little resemblance to the game James Naismith invented. But to get back to basketball's roots, we must go to the beach.
Adam Silver Talks to Hologram James Naismith
But it might not be the spookiest vision Silver has for the NBA.
Liam Daniel Pierce
Five Solutions to the NBA's Intentional Foul Plague
The NBA Playoffs have been marred by an outbreak of annoying (and ineffective) intentional fouling. It's a problem, and we have five different solutions for it.
The Plot to Kill the Slam Dunk
For decades, one of basketball's most beloved techniques has been under assault by ardent old-schoolers who want the dunk dead and buried.
Mind Body Spirit: Springfield College's Mystical Coaching Domination
How has tiny Springfield College come to dominate the NFL coaching ranks?