With the NBA trade deadline upon us and the playoff race wide open as ever, many teams are looking to buy talent and the rumors have begun to swirl about star players possibly being moved.
Chicago Bulls rookie Bobby Portis can provide an offensive spark for his team if given the playing time he deserves.
The Boston Celtics would benefit from giving more playing time to their 24-year-old shooting center Kelly Olynyk.
Chris Paul will retire as one of the best point guards ever, despite so many who cling to a misguided narrative.
The Indiana Pacers are struggling at the bottom of the playoff hopefuls in the Eastern Conference, but if they want a spark they should look no further than rookie Myles Turner.
Derrick Williams has had an excellent January scoring the basketball, and the New York Knicks need scoring help.
Offense wins games, but defense wins championships. These stars aren't willing to put more effort into winning championships.
The Detroit Pistons signed the relatively anonymous Aron Baynes to a surprising three-year, $20 million deal. In a less surprising result, Baynes has remained mediocre.
Tim Hardaway Jr. disappointed with the New York Knicks, and the team decided to move on. They traded him to Atlanta, but he's squandering his fresh start with the Hawks.
Although many believe that Stephen Curry is the MVP of the NBA, Kawhi Leonard is having an overall better season thanks to his outstanding offense combined with his stellar work on defense.