Devin Booker has grown on the offensive side of the ball every season, utilizing his elite shooting and improving playmaking. This season Booker will be charged with becoming a better defender and leader.
Rong Niu, better known as Red Panda, has become a mainstay at NBA halftime shows across the country. While she performs alone on the court, the long hours and hard training with her father, GuiZhang, prepared Niu for the spotlight.
The NBA and Kings looked into a claim that Luke Walton sexually assaulted and repeatedly harassed former Spectrum SportsNet reporter Kelli Tennant. The Crossover considers their decision to close the investigation and what could come next.
Even with an important Clippers season ahead of him, Doc Rivers made time to take a trip to East Coast and maintain his relationship with the Action for Boston Community Development charity, an anti-poverty effort he helped start in the city he once called home.
Dwight Howard is back with the Lakers after agreeing to a buyout with the Grizzlies. Unlike the first go-around, there's no hype surrounding his arrival. In fact, it could be his final shot to prove he still belongs in the NBA.
The Wizards struggled through last season, with John Wall injured and their year stalled before it started. Washington coach Scott Brooks disusses that, Bradley Beal and more with The Crossover podcast.
Kemba Walker can change everything this year, with opportunities to shine as a member of USA Basketball and the Boston Celtics. Walker has a chance to lead reworked rosters at the FIBA World Cup and in the NBA.
We all know about the best players at the top of the league, but they all have important pieces playing alongside them. The Crossover takes a look at six players who could make all the difference for title contenders.