The former 2013 top overall pick, after undistinguished stops in four NBA cities, found a home in Turkey.
For Jay-Z and Beyoncé’s African-themed occasion known as the "Carter Push Party," the couple had an elaborate shower surrounded by family and close friends.
LeBron James was nowhere to be found in the second half of his team's loss, as Boston mounted a 21-point comeback win.
The Oklahoma City Thunder center has long been an outspoken critic of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
A report, released weeks after the Cavaliers were given taxpayer help to upgrade its arena, finds a jump in local employment.
Paul George and Gordon Hayward's exclusion from the All-NBA teams could lead to the stars looking elsewhere in free agency.
On behalf of season ticket holders, Juan Vazquez (and attorney) hope to hold the Warriors' feet to the fire.
The Rookie of the Year candidate says when his Sixers start racheting up the charts, 'Cleveland and LeBron will be going down.'
The owner of the Dallas Mavericks just about admitted to tanking his team's April, and final seven games.
The former San Antonio Spurs swingman, who had his number retired by the team, made famous the infamous "two-step" defensive slide.
The longtime Spurs coach tore into Golden State's Zaza Pachulia for "unsportsmanlike" play on Monday, but defended an ex-Spur in 2006.
The defending champions Cavaliers, working with the highest payroll in the NBA, reportedly could make $10 million a year on the deal.
San Antonio was up 23 points at the time of Kawhi Leonard's departure due to a sprained ankle, but fell as the Warriors surged;.
The Spurs coach has spoken out against Donald Trump before, this time comparing his work to that of 'a game show.'
Isaiah Thomas should have had more than 1.7 seconds to work up his team's final play in Game 6, the league finds.
The Knick president did not alter his approach to discussing Carmelo Anthony, in spite of warnings from the head of the NBA's players union.
Summer has started in Houston, with the Rockets out of the playoffs, soon after Harden's inexplicable Game 6 performance.
After Gregg Popovich gave an uncomfortable, 14-second interview during Game 5, the broadcaster spoke up.
After Carmelo Anthony drove a stake between the current Rockets coach and the Knicks' 2012 coaching job, D'Antoni walked away.
The Wizards haven't won in Boston in three years, and they'll have the returning host of Celtics role players to contend with in Game 5.