With the Cavaliers spinning their wheels this offseason, many Eastern Conference teams think they can make a move to reach the NBA Finals.
James Jones played for five NBA teams over his 14-year career and was part of three championship squads.
Rajon Rondo will be making a cool $3.3 million next season in New Orleans, according to The Vertical.
The Rockets could be yours.
After making three consecutive trips to the NBA Finals and capturing the first-ever championship in franchise history, the Cavs are in a much better place than the majority of NBA franchises. That doesn't mean all is well in Cleveland.
Paul Pierce is ending his Hall of Fame worthy career where it all started.
We're writing yet another Lonzo Ball-in-NBA-Summer-League story, but this one isn't about his dad or his shoes or his dad's shoes. This one is actually about . . . basketball, specifically what Ball can do with one.
Carmelo Anthony still expects the Knicks to trade him to the Rockets, but New York's new brain trust — president Steve Mills and GM Scott Perry — is finding that Phil Jackson's prolonged negativity about the 10-time All-Star has lessened his value, ESPN.com reported, citing unidentified league sources.
Rajon Rondo to the Pelicans? It's a possibility.
An homeage to his deadly and nearly indefensible jump shot, "Easy Money Sniper" is one of Kevin Durant's many nicknames.
Lakers rookie Lonzo Ball dropped his second triple-double in Thursday's 94-83 win over the Cavaliers in the Las Vegas Summer League.
Paul George to the Warriors nearly happened this offseason but even if the Pacers and Golden State agreed to the trade, George believes NBA commissioner Adam Silver would have nixed the deal.
For now, it looks like Carmelo Anthony is staying put in New York.
The Knicks might have their new general manager.
The third time was the charm for Lonzo Ball.
The trade deadline will now be before the All-Star Game, The Vertical reported, citing sources.
The Warriors' Nick Young has been disqualified from ever being on "Sports Jeopardy."
LAS VEGAS — The Hornets have already had an interesting offseason, bringing in declining star center Dwight Howard ahead of free agency, picking guard Malik Monk in the draft, seeing second-round pick Dwayne Bacon shine in summer league and securing backup point guard Michael Carter-Williams in free agency.
With some serious luck and a giant salary bill, the Golden State Warriors managed to keep just about every piece of their championship roster, and even added a couple players.
The Hawks have reportedly found another center.
Ever heard the phrase "Next basket wins" on a basketball court?
Jazz center Rudy Gobert said he was upset on how Gordon Hayward left the team and signed with the Boston Celtics last week.
Love was in the air for one couple at the Hawks inaugural "Swipe Right Night" in 2015, and now team CEO Steve Koonin is keeping his promise to foot the couple's entire wedding.
Days after DeMarre Carroll was traded from Raptors to the Nets, he candidly revealed why this past season with in Toronto was a let down.
There's not much going on in the sports world this week, so a summer league game between top five draft picks Lonzo Ball and De'Aaron Fox was going to be appointment television Monday night.
Mark Cuban couldn't help but throw some shade at the Eastern Conference while at the Mavericks' Summer League game Sunday night.
The Philadelphia 76ers traded up in the draft to select Markelle Fultz No. 1 overall, but apparently the club doesn’t plan to make him its starting point guard.
Don't tell LaVar Ball and his family they are like the Kardashians.
There's old-man strength, and then there's old-man silliness. Stephen Jackson and Kenyon Martin (and a couple of NBA legends) seemed to show some of the latter Sunday.
Five years ago, James Harden was traded from Oklahoma City to Houston for Kevin Martin, Jeremy Lamb, two first round picks and a second round pick.