For those who thought Parker was going to the Hornets a washed old man, he's proven to be the NBA's Benjamin Button, looking younger and more self-reliant than he has in years.
The Miami Heat have put the ball in Justise Winslow's hands and it's paid dividends, but things could go next level if his outside shot continues to improve.
Is the Oklahoma City force of nature evolving, or declining?
Also: Justise Winslow's three-point shot changes everything, answering Trade Deadline questions, investigating an interesting Russell Westbrook stat, an absolutely wild stat about Tony Parker, and much more!
Golden State's Sixth Man isn't playing as often as he used to, but he never gets shortchanged when he's out there.
The knock on Minnesota's star is that he's a defensive liability, but there's reason to believe he's shedding that reputation.
They rarely play together, but Portland is must-watch when Damian Lillard, C.J. McCollum, and Seth Curry are on the floor.
I do not care how many games LeBron James has missed. Sue me.
Sixers ownership would need to agree to absorb nearly $23 million next year for someone who perfectly complements their big three, but hurts their depth and might present some defensive issues in the playoffs.
We might not see professional defense played this poorly ever again.
Utah's young star had a breakout rookie season, but until recently has struggled to recapture the magic.
Also: Donovan Mitchell is a sonic boom, Cleveland's defense is a historical train-wreck, Mike D'Antoni is (still) brilliant, why trading Danilo Gallinari makes sense, and more!