Despite what some fans in Los Angeles or Boston might desperately want to believe, it's no longer early in the NBA season. The February 15th All-Star Break is less than a month away, and after that comes the February 21st trading deadline.
The Houston Rockets and Boston Celtics are the two teams looking to make the big trades.
Memphis and Cleveland have done some big business while the rumour mill continues to shine on Rudy Gay and Utah Jazz's Paul Millsap
The Sacramento Kings look set to be sold and moved to Seattle, pending approval by the owners of the NBA.
Dwight Howard to leave LA? Surely not...
The New York Knicks, Charlotte Bobcats, LA Lakers, LA Clippers, Dallas Mavericks, Golden State Warrios and Brooklyn Nets all feature.
In the end, the NBA's city break to London was scripted so perfectly it could have been sports entertainment.
Mohamed Mohamed examines the problems at the LA Lakers and how they are defying pre-season expectations in a wholly negative way.
As the UK gets ready for tonight's visit of the Knicks and the Pistons at the O2, America is gearing up for something slightly different.
The NBA circus was in town and so were the clowns, Dictaphones cocked like hooters, bodies six deep in the mêlée.
The National Basketball Association has named Dick Parsons, the former chairman of Citigroup and former CEO of Time Warner, as the interim CEO of Los Angeles Clippers, effective immediately.
Donald Sterling could sell the L.A. Clippers for upward of $850 million, but he must act now, said Forbes' Michael Ozanian.
Timothy Amoss explains why 'March Madness' is often the most unpredictable event in American sports.