It's OK to admit the NBA conference finals haven't exactly been riveting. But any basketball trumps none at all.
When it comes to the Atlanta Hawks, it's far more interesting looking at the future rather than analyze their current, one-sided head-to-head matchup against LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavalie
The Wizards collectively walked into the offseason with a gnawing feeling of opportunity lost after dropping the Eastern Conference semifinal series to the Atlanta Hawks.
For Kris Humphries to retain his minutes in the future with the Wizards, he realizes where he has to expand his game in the same way Drew Gooden re-invented himself by becoming a three-point shoot
Hardly any words will be said by John Wall or Kyrie Irving -- in the media, about or to each other -- but they know what Thursday's All-NBA selections mean in the big picture.