San Antonio is close to toppling Memphis in the playoffs again, while flexing championship-level versatility and depth.
The Trail Blazers GM sloughed off misguided columns about lacking Blazers culture, but the franchise has its work cut out for it.
The Los Angeles Clippers star, after finishing what could be his second to last game with the team, was in no mood after a loss.
Pat Riley confirms that he nearly went batty after LeBron James left for Cleveland, alongside Dwyane Wade regrets.
Magic Johnson isn't allowed to talk to or about Paul George until 2018, but that can't stop the smile.
Derrick Rose hasn't ruled out re-signing with the New York Knicks, even after a frustrating season in New York.
The Boston Celtics' All-Star point guard scored 33 points in the face of a Bulls team working without Rajon Rondo.
The Pacers’ problem turns 27 in early May, and he’s demonstrably upset that he won’t be playing past his birthday. Paul George’s season ended Sunday, with Cleveland’s unsteady-yet-good-enough 106-102 Game 4 win over Indiana, in Indianapolis. The loss marked the second consecutive first-round exit for
After their coach demanded the referees show the Grizzlies respect, Memphis players paid for David Fizdale's fine.
The Thunder star won't break bread with James Harden in the playoffs, but he will bring a ball to the table.
The future Basketball Hall of Famer appears to want a minor ownership role with the Minnesota Timberwolves.
Paul George could sign for over $200 million this summer, if he stays in Indiana with team owner Herb Simon.
Billy Donovan is down 0-1. To say James Harden and Patrick Beverley made Enes Kanter and Enes Kanter alone look foolish on Sunday would be a cruel form of nit-picking. The Houston backcourt made the whole of the Oklahoma City Thunder look foolish in Houston’s Game 1 win, and Kanter was similarly blistered
Joe Johnson, a veteran in his first season with the Jazz, nailed a clutch game-winner in his Utah postseason debut.
The NBA's players union sharply criticized Phil Jackson for discussing Carmelo Anthony's potential move elsewhere.
LeBron James' Cleveland Cavaliers are ready to start their championship defense in the face of a familiar combatant from Indiana.