There's no way around it, the NBA is controlled by its superstar players and the best ones are lining up as the last ones left to fight for this year's championship. The NBA proclaims itself as the place "Where Amazing Happens" and in today's league, that's exactly the platform that keeps solid top-to-bottom teams from excelling in the playoffs. Throughout an exhausting and often redundant seven-game series in the playoffs, playing styles like isolation and transition come to the forefront in big-time games.
Championships are made on the backs of superstars. As fans watched the 2012 NBA Finals, they saw dynamic superstar teammates in Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook from Oklahoma City battle against LeBron James and Dwyane Wade for ba... Read Post
The 2012 NBA playoffs first-round matchups are set and fans are in full prediction mode. Many teams are poised to make a run at the championship and anything can happen in the postseason. The playoffs are where true superstar legaci... Read Post