The 2011 NBA playoffs are right at our doorstep with the opening round beginning Saturday afternoon.
It's an exciting time in the NBA in what is arguably one of the most anticipated postseasons in league history.
The Los Angeles Lakers are looking for their second three-peat in the last 11 years. The Miami Heat's hyped super trio is looking to prove doubters wrong and win The King his first ring.
The San Antonio Spurs are looking for their fifth championship in the last 12 years, and the Chicago Bulls have people turning their heads after they finished with the league's best record.
There are numerous story lines and a ton of drama in this year's postseason, and all 16 teams are eager to get started. However, only one team can be crowned with the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
Over the last few months, I have been fortunate enough to be able to speak with some of the most recognized NBA analysts about current issues going on in the league. Last night, I was able to speak with former Sacramento Kings star and current NBATV analyst Chris Webber.
We talked about burning issues, the playoffs and the MVP race. Here is what C-Webb had to say.