The Lakers have added a useful shooting guard without jeopardizing their opportunity to add a true star next summer.
The Sacramento Kings added two quality veterans to a team that looked set to rebuild. Are they chasing an unlikely playoff berth again?
The third full day of 2017 free agency brought a relatively cheap deal for Kevin Durant, more news on Gordon Hayward's pending decision, and plenty more.
The Cavs will try to match up with the Warriors, the Pacers have to wait on a Paul George trade, and the Bulls are a mess. Where do these Central Division teams go in free agency?
The Warriors will look to stay incredible, the Clippers will try to live without Chris Paul, and the Lakers won't put their cap space in jeopardy.
Blake Griffin's free agent decision could determine the future of the Clippers. But do they have any hopes of staying relevant without Chris Paul?
Draymond Green avoided a third-straight second-place finish to Kawhi Leonard to claim his first Defensive Player of the Year trophy.
Houston Rockets guard Eric Gordon beat out teammate Lou Williams and Golden State Warriors wing Andre Iguodala to claim the trophy.
Lonzo Ball and Josh Jackson were two of the top prospects in Thursday's NBA Draft, but only one seems to have practiced his pitching.
Paul George wasn't dealt during Thursday's NBA draft, and Pacers exec Kevin Pritchard doesn't seem happy with a bad situation in Indiana.
Phil Jackson says he is indeed listening to offers for Kristaps Porzingis, but he also made sure to get in some digs at the Knicks' 21-year-old big man.
The Warriors have not committed to a visit with President Trump, but they now have another way to visit with members of the federal government.
Kawhi Leonard had worn his cornrows since at least the eighth grade, but it looks like the Spurs superstar has taken things in another direction.
LeBron James endorsed an extension for David Griffin several times this season, and now he's unhappy to see the Cavs GM leave the team.
The Minnesota Timberwolves famously took two point guards ahead of Stephen Curry in the 2009 draft. But would he really have played for them?
The president of Lithuanian basketball club Lietuvos Rytas says he never signs more than two black players and that they can form 'a sort of a gang.'