While the odds still favor Dwight Howard ending up with the Los Angeles Lakers, Houston Rockets or Dallas Mavericks, there's actually a good argument to be made for the league's most discussed free agent returning home to join the Atlanta Hawks.
Dwyane Wade wasn't whistled for a foul when he caught Lance Stephenson with an elbow in Game 2, but now that the NBA will take a second look at the play, the Miami Heat guard might be in for some discipline.
After his questionable decision to pull his hulking 7'2", 280-pound rim protector, Roy Hibbert, on a pair of crunch-time possessions in Game 1, he admitted afterward that he'd probably do things differently the next time around.
One question looming large for the Milwaukee Bucks this summer is whether or not Monta Ellis will be back with the team next season. With an early-termination option on his contract, Ellis could become available on July 1 when the free-agency period begins.
Physical play has marked virtually every recent meeting between the Miami Heat and Indiana Pacers, and Game 2 was no different as Tyler Hansbrough and his teammates got into it with LeBron James and DwyaneWade early and often.