The Cleveland Cavaliers on Saturday night became the second high-profile NBA team to rest starters during a nationally televised game, following the Golden State Warriors last week.
A unknown entity is behind a bizarre development this week where a handful of NBA players have received personalized potatoes in the mail.
The Golden State Warriors are in a bit of funk of late, going 5-5 in their last 10 games.
Most people are well aware that the term “fan” is short for “fanatic,” with the former obviously having a less ominous connotation than the latter.
The New York Knicks have once again endured another one of the organization’s patented dysfunctional seasons.
Stephen Curry on Tuesday celebrated his 29th birthday.
The Golden State Warriors on Saturday chose to sit Draymond Green, Stephen Curry and Klay Thomas for a nationally televised showdown with the San Antonio Spurs.
The Chicago Bulls somehow continue to devolve into a more dysfunctional mess in a nightmarish season.
Everything the Kardashian clan does is over-the-top and arguably gaudy.
The NBA on Monday announced that Golden State Warriors forward Andre Iguodala was fined $10,000 for “making inappropriate comments during a postgame media interview” last Friday.
Shaquille O’Neal finally has fired back at Kevin Durant over criticism levied at him by the Golden State Warriors superstar.
Dirk Nowitzki on Tuesday scored his 30,000th career point in the Dallas Mavericks’ 122-111 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Minnesota Timberwolves-Portland Trail Blazers game that was postponed earlier this week due to unsafe playing conditions at Target Center has been officially rescheduled.
James Harden, with six turnovers in the Houston Rockets’ 115-108 loss to the Utah Jazz on Wednesday, broke the NBA’s single-season turnover record, one held by … himself.
It’s been a challenging season for J.R. Smith on the court, as a thumb injury has kept him out of the lineup since December.