One of these days, someone might take a shot at closing Joel Embiid's mouth. You know who's not worried about that? Joel Embiid.
A technical foul fine isn't chump change for a G-Leaguer on a two-way contract. But for Antonio Blakeney, this one was worth it.
LaVar Ball thinks he knows why his son has struggled to get up to speed in the NBA, and that the Lakers' approach is to blame.
Allen asked a court to throw out a case in which he's accused of stalking, claiming he'd been "catfished" by a man he met online.
Kyrie continued his crunch-time brilliance, dominating the Mavs in the fourth quarter and OT to run Boston's streak to 16.
The father of benched center Jahlil Okafor has a message for 76ers brass ... and several Warriors stars seem to co-sign it.
"Two people seeking attention and they're both getting it, and so, I'm sure both guys are really happy."
The 76ers say their No. 1 draft pick is "progressing" toward a return to action. That doesn't mean he's right around the corner.
After being shipped out of Boston, Isaiah Thomas hopes to get the chance to cross paths with the Celtics in the postseason.
The Grizzlies' star point guard hasn't looked like himself all season long, and now he'll hit the shelf to try to get healthy.
In a meeting of the NBA's best offense and its top defense, the Celtics were able to ground the Warriors for a hard-fought win.
The former Chris Douglas-Roberts is now "vibrating with an unconditional love" because he has "obtained self-mastery."
After years of chasing the player he calls his "idol," Kevin Durant still relishes catching LeBron James at the end of Game 3.
You thought 32 and 16 on DeAndre Jordan was impressive? Joel Embiid was just getting warmed up for what he'd do to the Lakers.
Fourteen years after becoming pen pals during Operation Iraqi Freedom, Larry Nance Jr. and Bianca Campbell met at Staples Center.
Against the Heat, John Wall showed why he's one of the game's most captivating playmakers, especially in the open court.
A month into the 2017-18 NBA season, let's check in on the best NBA rookies in the first installment of Rookie Redraft.
After a command fourth-quarter performance to beat the Knicks, LeBron James had two words for New Yorkers: 'You're welcome.'
Kristaps Porzingis might be the stuff of myth and legend, but LeBron's fourth-quarter onslaught reminded us he's very real.
Frank Ntilikina and Enes Kanter didn't take too kindly to LeBron James' words and actions during Monday's Cavs-Knicks game.
LeBron James and the Cavs decided to travel like real New Yorkers on Monday morning ... much to the chagrin of one New Yorker.