The Raptors coughed up a 25-point lead in 14 minutes of game time. Luckily, they still had three minutes to respond.
Whether the Cavs live or die depends heavily on whether LeBron's on the floor. So he stays on the floor, and Ty Lue thinks you shouldn't worry about that.
Not content to put up only one of the postseason's best dunks, the Wizards All-Star added another in Wednesday's Game 5.
In the blink of an eye, the Spurs turned a two-possession game into a 17-point blowout, and put the Grizzlies on the brink of elimination.
In a first-person piece titled "The NBA Is Lucky I’m Home Doing Damn Articles," Dion Waiters recalls the moment he became a meme. It's very good.
Markieff Morris made headlines and raised eyebrows following the Washington Wizards’ Game 3 loss to the Atlanta Hawks by calling Hawks All-Star Paul Millsap a “crybaby.” Millsap responded by saying the ongoing battle between the two teams had “definitely got[ten] personal now.” Evidently, “personal”
Oklahoma City Thunder superstar Russell Westbrook made history again, logging the fastest playoff triple-double in decades and joining Wilt Chamberlain as the only players to record three consecutive playoff triple-doubles, but it still wasn’t enough to hold off the Houston Rockets.
The NBA is reportedly investigating an incident between Rockets guard Patrick Beverley and a fan after the final buzzer of the Thunder's Game 3 win on Friday.
Coming off two intense, physical games marked by discussion of MMA and "double MMA"-style play, the Hawks turned in a first-round knockout in Game 3.
In dark times, it's important to find something to give you light and warmth. Let John Wall be your candle, Wizards fans.
When DeMar DeRozan plays well on offense and everybody else plays well on defense, the Raptors are a tough team to beat. The Bucks learned that the hard way in Game 4.
Through sheer force of will, and some dark-warlock-status ball-handling, Chris Paul took the Jazz apart in the fourth quarter of Game 3.
After his one-man show ran off the rails in Game 2, Russell Westbrook created more space for his teammates to thrive. This time, they rewarded him.
Blake Griffin was ruled out of the second half of Game 3 between the Clippers and Jazz after suffering a bruised right big toe late in the second quarter.
Kevin Garnett hasn't played for the Celtics since 2013, but he played a role in helping this year's squad pick itself up off the mat on Friday.
As it turns out, the NBA doesn't like it when players say the F-word during nationally televised press conferences.
Midway through the second quarter of Game 3 between the Cavs and Pacers, LeBron James passed Kobe Bryant for third place on the NBA's all-time playoff scoring list.
On second thought, Dario Saric, Joel Embiid will be pulling his support from your Rookie of the Year candidacy.