You watch the games, you see the scores, but how do you really know what's going on in the 2002 playoffs? has infiltrated the action with the ultimate insiders -- the players themselves. We're giving you an exclusive look at the postseason with a roster of player mailboxes that will change with each round. Make sure you include your name and your hometown and send in your questions now to find out what's going on behind the scenes of your favorite playoff teams!


Darrell Armstrong, Magic: April 25 (First round vs. Hornets)
Ron Artest, Pacers: April 26 (First round vs. Nets)
Jamaal Magloire, Hornets: May 7 | May 15 (Semifinals vs. Nets)
Steve Nash, Mavs: May 2 (Semifinals vs. Kings)
Bryon Russell, Jazz: April 23 (First round vs. Kings)
Eric Snow, Sixers: April 23 | April 30 (First round vs. Celtics)

Mike Bibby, Sacramento Kings
Bibby was the final piece in the Kings puzzle that led to the league's best record this year, coming over in a trade with the Grizzlies for Jason Williams. Bibby averaged 14.0 points, 4.3 rebounds and 3.8 assists in Sacramento's first round series against the Jazz, with a 20-point performance in Game 1 and 26 points in Game 3. He's willing to share the details of his first NBA playoff experience with you so send him a question now!
Bibby answers: May 15 | May 23
Chucky Brown's first round answers: April 24 | May 1

Jason Collins, New Jersey Nets
Jason and his twin brother Jarron got to compare notes on their NBA rookie experiences until the Jazz got ousted by the Kings in the first round and now Jason goes it alone. The 7-0 Stanford product averaged 3.8 points and 4.8 rebounds in 17.4 minutes over five games in the Nets' conference semifinals series against the Hornets. With 87 games under his belt, you can hardly call him a rookie anymore, but you can ask him anything!
Collins answers: May 23
Richard Jefferson's semifinals answers: May 8 | May 14

Mark Madsen, Los Angeles Lakers
Madsen's got the moves and the Lakers are in a groove heading towards their third straight championship after sweeping the Blazers in the first round. Madsen is a defensive specialist who can also put points on the board when need be. He scored 10 points in a win over the Grizzlies on Jan. 14 and had 10 rebounds in a win over the Hawks on Jan. 29. Put his Stanford mind to work. Send him a question now!
Madsen answers: May 8

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