Damian Lillard has been the rare superstar in today's era that stays. The question is whether continuing the partnership serves either's own interest.
With intelligence and perspective, we've dulled our pleasure centers and curbed our ability to produce meaning for ourselves.
In just a few years, the sports-betting industrial complex has wedded itself to professional American sports in a Too Big To Fail kind of way. What's happening with Bradley Beal is tiny beans compared to what could be next.
Scoot Henderson is worthy of being the first player selected in many NBA drafts, just not this one. He is physically gifted and driven by his competitiveness to want to be great.
The Bucks are now the NBA's version of Floyd Mayweather or Pete Sampras, excising any surplus artistry in favor of ruthless proficiency. They're annihilating the rest of the league by resisting its prevailing trends.