For the first quarter of the season, the NBA's been without one of its most spectacular players. That's reportedly almost over.
With the clock ticking down in a tie game, the Lakers' two highly touted 20-year-olds made the plays they needed to beat Philly.
Earlier on Thursday, we wondered when we'd get an update on Markelle Fultz. On Thursday night, we got it ... and it sounds good.
The No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA draft is back with the Sixers, but still doesn't sound especially close to returning to the court.
After saying he thinks we might take his greatness for granted, LeBron went out and did that very looks-easy-but-it's-not thing.
Even if Victor Oladipo makes a huge defensive play and a game-winning 3, he won't let himself get away with missing free throws.
The Suns' leading scorer needed to be carried off the floor after suffering a scary groin injury late in a loss to the Raptors.
Three months ago, Andy Miller was one of basketball's most prominent agents. Now, he's "effectively out of business."
If you'd been through what the Grizzlies have over the past few weeks, you might have some trouble restraining yourself, too.
After the second-worst loss in franchise history, the Wizards needed to bounce back in a big way. Bradley Beal delivered.
Last month, the Jazz looked ready to sink in the standings. Now, thanks to a stud rookie and a red-hot offense, they're soaring.
One false step late in a comeback win in New Orleans brought back bad old memories of ankle woes past for the two-time MVP.
Carmelo Anthony has heard and digested your suggestion of changing OKC's starting lineup. Now let him offer his cogent reply.
The most important thing about the Bucks: Giannis is so much fun to watch that's it's like you're getting away with something.
Things look dark in Memphis, but Grizzlies GM Chris Wallace insists he's not interested in rebuilding without his two top stars.
LaVar Ball thinks Luke Walton and Julius Randle squandered a golden opportunity to knock off the Warriors in regulation.
After the final buzzer, the Thunder MVP found himself sitting there wondering what just happened, and why it keeps happening.