Will the Oklahoma City Thunder retire Kevin Durant's number? Should No. 35 be raised to the Chesapeake Energy Arena rafters?
Kevin Durant called his Twitter episode over the summer "one of the worst days of his life," and that might say a lot more than you'd think.
Breaking news: The Sacramento Kings — the franchise that hasn't reached the playoffs since Corliss Williamson was still on the roster — are still not very good.
Former Cavaliers GM David Griffin believes Cleveland landed a hell of a haul for Kyrie Irving. He still thinks the Cavs lost the trade.
Devin Booker has graduated from wondering why NBA journeymen would dare muster "the nerve to talk to me" to telling assistant coaches, "Don't say anything to me."
The Warriors and Cavaliers have met in the last three NBA Finals, but Steve Kerr believes there's a new East contender on the horizon.
Detroit Pistons coach Stan Van Gundy offered his most ardent support to date of athletes pursuing equality.
Robert Covington was once painted as the poster boy of former Sixers general manager Sam Hinkie's tanking "Process." He's now creating art.
Ever since the NBA decided division winners were no longer guaranteed a playoff spot, the five-team groupings have been rendered all but meaningless.
In the process of kicking former Knicks president Phil Jackson on his way out the door, LeBron James slighted rookie point guard Frank Ntilikina.
LeBron James wants to own an NBA team someday. The Cleveland Cavaliers are his team. This just makes too much sense.
Seattle has an ownership group ready to buy an NBA team. They're just waiting on NBA commissioner Adam Silver.
Nike's new NBA jerseys found themselves at the center of the basketball universe once again, and not in a good way.
All Kyrie Irving wanted was to work in a nurturing environment that allowed him to live his truth, perfect his craft and "actually play point guard."