The value of women, interpreted by men.
How women in the NBA are asked to bide their time until it runs out.
Part one in the Basketball Feelings annual Feeling Of The Year retrospective, on grief, by Jonny Auping.
Toronto’s hands are not tied. Toronto’s hands, really, have been busy.
Kyrie Irving's willful ignorance shows its cards.
Orderly, at-a-glance numbers don’t have a place in reporting on harm, on a life exploding open.
Public atonement and the dangerous precedent in requiring proof of absolution, as with Ja Morant's ESPN interview.
The heady, unselfconscious spectacle of Russell Westbrook.
Determining how much loss it will take the Toronto Raptors to grow.
On basketball's strange spectrum of deference, and how it is to feel humbled.
Kyrie Irving goes to Dallas within 48 hours of asking out.
It shouldn’t feel courageous or careful this many years later to name Rose, to speak with confidence and no caveats about the harm he did.