Kevin Garnett is going to be a very popular guy this summer, now that Dwight Howard is staying in Orlando and Tim Duncan is staying in San Antonio (or retiring). Garnett is no spring chicken. He'll be 36 when next season begins, but he's stayed healthy enough to play in 59 games for Boston this season and his production—18.3 points per game, 9.6 rebounds, 3.3 assists—has been right in line with his career average.
Most of this summer's NBA free agents have found homes. Deron Williams re-signed with the Nets; Tim Duncan is staying in San Antonio; and Ray Allen is taking his talents to South Beach. But what about Gilbert Arenas? Will any team c... Read Post
When NBA front offices make transactions, signing free agents and moving players via trade, team chemistry is not necessarily a focus. The San Antonio Spurs' acquisition of sharpshooter Marco Belinelli was not headline news like Dwi... Read Post