I bet you didn't know that the NBA was so similar to Wall Street.
Fortunately, evaluating stocks of NBA stars is fraught with a little less financial peril than handling actual companies' stocks. But it's still a tough process, especially going into training camp when everyone is trying to figure out just what we can expect to see during the 2013-14 season.
Nevertheless, that's exactly what I'll be doing for each of the league's top 25 stars.
Before you dive into the following slides, please note that this article is not featuring the league's 25 best players. There's a big difference between the 25 biggest stars and the 25 best players, as public perception doesn't factor into the latter.
With that firmly in mind, it's time to start trading and shorting evaluating and analyzing these players.