One year ago, the San Antonio Spurs were in this exact same position, as they took the first two games of the Western Conference Finals at home.
The Indiana Pacers know they don't have the offensive firepower to entertain thoughts of a finesse series against the Miami Heat.
Memphis is in a hole, but Tony Allen and the Grizzlies are ready to grind their way back into the series, writes Ramona Shelburne.
The matchups for the four-game event in Dallas that will kick off the 2013-14 season have been set.
Can the Grizzlies get out of their 2-0 hole? We weigh in on the West finals heading into Game 3.
Now that the Indiana Pacers have evened their Eastern Conference finals series with the Miami Heat by taking a hard-fought 97-93 win in Game 2, it ...
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel wasn't lying. After his questionable decision to pull his hulking 7'2", 280-pound rim protector, Roy Hibbert, on a ...