There were many questions surrounding Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls entering the NBA Playoffs. They answered those questions in Game 1 against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
This season was rough, but the near future is bright. With plenty of cap space to work with and the cornerstone set to return, the Miami Heat will return to contender status next year.
The San Antonio Spurs will face off in a Game 7 showdown with the Los Angeles Clippers in the first round of the NBA Playoffs. Despite being on the road, the Spurs somehow have an advantage.
With a disappointing exit from the NBA Playoffs now official for the Portland Trail Blazers, it would come as no surprise if free-agent-to-be LaMarcus Aldridge signs elsewhere this offseason.
Just when it looked like the Atlanta Hawks were on the ropes, the Brooklyn Nets and Deron Williams lost all momentum and fall one game closer to elimination.
The Dallas Mavericks may have avoided the sweep, but they could not escape the inevitable. The fate may also include the exit of Monta Ellis from Big D.
It will be another busy summer for Pat Riley and the Miami Heat. Here are five things that they must focus on during the offseason to return to the top of the NBA.
After a down season, the Miami Heat are looking to get back to the top of the NBA. Signing one of these free agents might do the trick.
After trailing 2-0, the Brooklyn Nets looked all but finished. Now the series is tied and the Atlanta Hawks look to be in big trouble.
Goran Dragic may have interest in other teams other than the Miami Heat. Should Pat Riley worry about the guard's player option, or does the mastermind have something bigger planned?