The first round of the 2013 NBA Playoffs are over and now it is on to the elite eight.
Can anyone beat the 66-16 Miami Heat? Probably not, but the Chicago Bulls could upset the Brooklyn Nets in the first round.
Kobe Bryant's season and possibly his career is over with a Achilles injury.
The top five teams in the NBA are well established (Miami Heat, San Antonio Spurs, Oklahoma City Thunder, Los Angeles Clippers, Denver Nuggets) but the New York Knicks want some respect.
The Miami Heat have won 27-straight games, the second most in NBA history. Can LeBron and the Heat be stopped? The Heat have an easy ride to the NBA Finals to where the West will be a battle. The
The Miami Heat have won 15-straight games and take the number one spot away from the San Antonio Spurs. The Spurs have the best record in the NBA because they have played three more games then the Heat. The
The Miami Heat are on a 10-0 run but still can’t seem to catch the San Antonio Spurs who are 8-2 in their last 10-games. The Spurs are ranked fourth in points for and eighth in points against. The
With a shortened week due to the NBA All-Star Game movement was at a minimal in the power rankings but the Miami Heat continue to climb. The Heat are 8-2 in their last 10-games and rank fifth in offense
The San Antonio Spurs hold on to the number one spot in the Sports Talk Florida power rankings, but the top four team continue to be crowded. The Oklahoma City Thunder are 7-3 and their last 10-games and the
The San Antonio Spurs are riding a 10-game winning streak with the best record in the NBA. The Spurs are fourth in scoring and ninth in defense. The Los Angeles Clippers on the other hand are 3-7 in their