Hoopshype.com “excels at aggregating,” and collects NBA news from print and online sources. The best sections are “Rumors” and “Columns,” where you‘ll find commentary from such notables as former Chicago Tribune NBA writer Sam Smith.
Hoopsworld.com also concentrates mainly on the NBA, and is by far the “easiest to navigate” of the sites, letting fans search through archives of NBA trade rumors and breaking news, as well as a complete record of players past and present.
82games.com “breaks down the NBA” for all the “stat freaks” who love to pore over playing time totals and free-throw percentages. This is a “very smart” site that “steps back from the rumors and looks at the league’s hard numbers.”
Insidehoops.com features forums whose “fan talk” is of a consistently high caliber, discussing everything from the NBA to street ball.
Source: The Sacramento Bee