While NBA fans love insane stories about late-game chippiness spilling over into post-game beef, the NBA itself ... um ... doesn't.
The Heat suffered another hit to their backcourt rotation on Monday, with hard-nosed Tyler Johnson going down to an ankle sprain.
The four-time MVP discussed the importance of advocating for justice, especially as the president and other forces seek "to divide us."
Toronto Raptors president and Nigeria native Masai Ujiri is "proud of his shithole," even if President Donald Trump isn't.
The Warriors veteran chose to react to the president's racist comments by aiming to take advantage of a teachable moment.
When did LaMarcus Aldridge's best season as a Spur start? When he said, "I want to be traded," according to Gregg Popovich.
On a night when the injury-ravaged Clippers got a pair of starters back, they promptly lost another: longtime iron man DeAndre Jordan.
Just as they did last year, the Cavaliers and Warriors stars rose to the top of their conferences' ballots in Round 2 of voting.
Kevin Durant's been one of the sport's smoothest scorers since he entered the NBA. Now, he's part of a very exclusive club.
One week after his return, Isaiah Thomas still has a little rust to knock off ... much to the chagrin of Andrew Wiggins.
A hard-fought game in Toronto came down to execution and focus in the closing seconds. The Heat did their jobs. The Raptors didn't.
The Raptors' All-Star point guard is day-to-day after a very, very scary fall in overtime against the Nets on Monday night.
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.