The NBA commissioner said that moving the second round to its own night is a "no-brainer"
The commissioner addressed the 'bad blood' between the future Hall of Famer and ref
He also called it an "absolutely horrendous performance from start to finish"
The 36-year-old veteran spoke to CBS Sports about all the fun he's having in Orlando
Take a look at the MVP trophy, the NBA Cup, the championship medals and the All-Tournament Team balls
Washington is on pace for the worst defensive rating in NBA history
Do not expect DeMar DeRozan or Alex Caruso to be moved just yet
Jalen Brunson credited the motivation for the comeback to a fan's pointed criticism
Bridges is eligible to return from his domestic violence suspension on Friday
It's not even trade rumor season yet, but here we are
The team said Oubre was struck by a vehicle on Saturday; police do not yet have video or photographic evidence
Despite its record, Cleveland is already looking more dynamic than it was last season
Herro, who sprained his ankle on Wednesday, leads Miami in scoring
The NBA star was given one technical foul for swearing at a ref and another for taunting
Plumlee was injured at Madison Square Garden on Monday
James Herbert is somewhat fond of basketball, feature writing and understatements. A former season-ticket holder for the expansion Toronto Raptors, Herbert does not think the NBA was better back in the days of hand checking and illegal defense. He joined CBS Sports in 2014 and lives in Brooklyn.