The NBA and its players' association are nearing a deal that would grant the Heat permanent salary cap relief from Bosh's contract, even if he signs elsewhere, per the Sun-Sentinel's Ira Winderman.
Following his team's sweep of the San Antonio Spurs, Lacob made clear his preference to face the Cavs in a Finals three-match, while maintaining the Warriors "were the better team" despite their 2016 NBA Finals loss.
Former NBA All-Star and Sixth Man of the Year Clifford Robinson — a longtime weed advocate — joined the Connecticut Coalition to Regulate Marijuana.
Two years after telling the people of Oklahoma City how much he loves the Thunder, his teammates and the city, Kevin Durant tells the people of Oakland how much he loves the Warriors, his teammates and the city.
Pero Antic performs the celebratory cutting of the man bun. During the Celtics’ surprise run to the Eastern Conference’s seventh seed in 2015, Luigi “Gigi” Datome became of a cult hero in Boston, if only for his man bun, pregame pension for a hot cup of coffee, extremely chill vacation destinations
The Celtics came back from 21 points down in the second half against the defending NBA champs to stun the Cavs and cut the series deficit to 2-1.
Golden State Warriors center Zaza Pachulia said San Antonio Spurs Gregg Popovich's tirade was "a very big part of" the reason his children's school required increased security in the wake of social media threats against his family.
The National Basketball Players' Association won an arbitration ruling against the NBA over the league's intention to fine any team willing to sign a former top-50 prep recruit who has been at the center of two separate collegiate sexual assault allegations.
Now that we know Paul George was left off the All-NBA rosters — thus lessening his financial incentive to re-sign with the Indiana Pacers — rumors and speculation about his future have gone into overdrive.
Bradley Beal believes the Cleveland Cavaliers did everything within their power to not face his Washington Wizards in the playoffs.
The Cavaliers left no doubt the proverbial switch has been flipped, lighting up the top-seeded Celtics in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference finals.
It seems ridiculous to think a No. 1 seed could ever use the "nobody believes in us" mantra, but in this case it's true: Absolutely no one gives Boston a chance against Cleveland. Except for Boston, of course.
Celtics fans hoped Game 7 would add a new chapter to the franchise's storied legacy. They couldn't have predicted who'd wind up writing it, though.
San Antonio Spurs star Kawhi Leonard (ankle) will reportedly be rested and ready for Game 1 of the Western Conference finals against the Golden State Warriors on Sunday.
It's an old NBA cliché — one we trust as fact, if only because it always seems to be true, and especially so in this series.
The Boston Celtics rolled to a 123-101 victory against the Washington Wizards to take a 3-2 Eastern Conference semifinals series lead into Friday's Game 6.
If Atlanta Hawks center Dwight Howard ever wanted to squash the career-long criticism that he may not be as committed to winning as he probably should be, this definitely wasn't the way to go about it.
Doc Rivers gave Paul Pierce a wheelchair as a retirement gift, and the former Celtics star couldn't get enough of it.
Raptors point guard Kyle Lowry is about to be an unrestricted free agent for the first time in his career, but there's little reason to believe he'll be playing anywhere else but Toronto again in 2017-18.
The plot of former Atlanta Hawks forward Mike Scott's 2015 arrest just thickened considerably.
It only makes sense, almost a month after their season ended, the 2016-17 New York Knicks managed to keep themselves in the headlines with a strange late-night weekend tweet storm.
Rudy Gobert was a monster, Gordon Hayward was on his game, and it still didn’t matter. Few teams can overcome their two-time MVP struggling against an elite defense, but we all know the Warriors aren’t most teams. Stephen Curry started 2-of-14 from the field, but fellow MVP Kevin Durant was a beast
Appearing on Bloomberg Radio on Saturday, Golden State Warriors owner Joe Lacob said coach Steve Kerr underwent a procedure to address the complications resulting from his back surgery two years ago.