Ray Allen took time out of his day Thursday to respond to social media haters, mostly Boston Celtics fans, who issued vitriolic comments on an Instagram post that was published in celebration of his
The Internet was whipped up into a veritable frenzy earlier this week when Philadelphia 76ers forward Ben Simmons shot out a cryptic tweet directed at LeBron James.
Stephon Marbury announced earlier this week on social media that he will suit up for a “last and final season” in the Chinese Basketball Association before retiring from professional bask
Paul Pierce is only days into his NBA retirement, officially speaking, and there’s already a standing offer for him to play basketball.
The Minnesota Timberwolves, after making several big splashes this offseason as the organization significantly upgraded its roster, has set its sights on signing Andrew Wiggins to a long-term extensi
Terrell Owens recently stated his case as to why he should be a player in the BIG3. But Ice Cube, the fledgling 3-on-3 hoops league’s founder, isn’t interested.
LeBron James has long demonstrated a mastery of posting cryptic messages on social media that may mean something significant or possibly nothing at all.
It appears the fact that Kyrie Irving is the cover athlete on “NBA 2K18” didn’t quite provide the benefit to his player rating as he expected or hoped.
Dallas Mavericks icon Dirk Nowitzki will play a 20th NBA season after agreeing to a team-friendly two-year, $10 million deal last week.
Chicago Bulls star Dwyane Wade has cultivated the status of being among the most fashion-forward players in the NBA.
The NBA summer league now has a sneaker controversy of sorts thanks to Lonzo Ball. But LaVar Ball, the Los Angeles Lakers rookie’s father, insists it’s much ado about nothing.
Atlanta Hawks CEO Steve Koonin has announced the team will keep its promise to host and pay for the wedding of a couple whose romance blossomed at a Hawks game back in 2015.
Golden State Warriors head coach Steve Kerr praised Kevin Durant for taking a significant pay cut by signing a two-year $53 million deal, calling the decision a “remarkable gesture.
Andre Roberson earlier this week signed a three-year, $30 million deal to remain with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
It looks like Dirk Nowitizki will get his wish and play in a 20th NBA season. Even better? He’ll do it with the Dallas Mavericks.