GMs like the Spurs to win title No. 4.
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GM Survey
In NBA.com's fifth annual survey of the leagues general managers, Tim Duncan and the Spurs are the favorite to win the title. The GMs also weigh in on the best players and coaches, as well as who to look out for in the 2006-07 season.
2006-07 Roster Survey

On the Spot
NBA.com gives you 10 players who are on the spot in 2006-07. For various reasons, these guys have something to prove this season. We continue with Emeka Okafor.

It's Game Time!
Shaq and the Heat will get their rings and kick off a superb Opening Week to the season on Oct. 31.
View the photo slideshow
TNT Expert Picks
Dreaming Green: Celtics Dance Team

Ring in the New Season
On June 20, 2006, Dwyane Wade and the Miami Heat earned their 2006 championship rings. On Oct. 31 in Miami, the Heat will finally get them before they take on Ben Wallace and the Bulls. The Heat's ring ceremony is one of 11 exceptional dates for the 2006-07 season.
Let the Games Begin: Schedule Release
Training Camps: Dates, times, locations
NBA on TNT: Jay-Z talks opening night

So What's New?
A new season offers up more than just the renewed championship aspirations of 30 NBA clubs. It brings forth a new ball; a new batch of energetic youngsters; new fantasy games; new faces in new places; new ownership; three new coaches (1, 2, 3); new unis (Bucks, Raps) and a few new rules.
We Know What They Did This Summer

FANTASY GAMES
Sign up for fully-customizable Ultimate Fantasy Commissioner
Premier Fantasy Championship: Draft now in progress
Salary Cap Challenge: Six players. $35 million. You're the GM.
Pick One: Pick one player each day during the entire season
Previews: Get a team-by-team fantasy perspective
Welcome: Get the low down on the new fantasy home
Fantasy Hoops: Learn about the fantasy basketball world

TEAM COVERAGE: TRAINING CAMPS
Atlanta: Training Camp Roster
Boston: Doc Rivers Previews Training Camp
Charlotte: 2006 Training Camp Index
Cleveland: Training Camp Central
Dallas: Training Camp Schedule
Denver: Open Preseason in Mexico
Detroit Open Practice
Golden State: Training Camp Index
Houston: What to Watch in Camp
Indiana: Pacers Preseason Central
LA Clippers: Quotes From Russia
Memphis: Grizzlies Training Camp Roster
Milwaukee: Bucks Training Camp Central
Minnesota: GM Babcock on Frontcourt
New Jersey: Jay Williams in Camp
New Orleans/Oklahoma City: Training Camp Preview
New York: Tskitishvili in Knicks Camp
Orlando: Training Camp 2006
Philadelphia: Sixers Tour Europe
Phoenix: Training Camp 2006
Portland: Local Product Invited to Camp
San Antonio: Training Camp '06
Seattle: Sonics Camp Invitees
Utah: Jazz Tip-Off in Boise
Washington: Training Camp Index
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Oct. 3: N.O./Okla. City Hornets | Photos All-Access | Paul | Stojakovic | Scott
Oct. 4: Washington Wizards
All-Access | Jamison | Butler
Oct. 9: New Jersey Nets
All-Access | Kidd | Jefferson | Frank
Oct. 12: Denver Nuggets
All-Access | Anthony & Karl | Camby Oct. 13: Portland Trail Blazers
Przybilla | McMillan
Oct. 23: Toronto Raptors
Bosh | Peterson | Mitchell

TEAM-BY-TEAM PREVIEWS
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Northwest Division
Denver
Minnesota
Portland
Seattle
Utah

EUROPE LIVE presented by EA SPORTS
Four NBA teams -- the Clippers, Sixers, Spurs and Suns -- have started their seasons and their quest for the Larry O'Brien trophy by camping in Europe for the first week and NBA.com is there.
Jeff Dengate in Lyon (Spurs)
Blog | Postcards | Archive
Spurs player blog: Brent Barry
John Schuhmann in Barcelona (Sixers)
Blog | Postcards | Archive
Sixers player blog: Rodney Carney
John Hareas in Treviso (Suns)
Blog | Postcards | Archive
Suns player blog: Shawn Marion
Johannes Berendt in Moscow (Clippers)
Blog | Postcards | Archive
Clippers player blog: Sam Cassell
Team Coverage: Clippers | Sixers | Suns

OFFSEASON PLAYER MOVEMENT