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Sports Briefing | Pro Basketball: Cavaliers Retain Timofey Mozgov

The Cavaliers picked up Mozgov’s $5 million contract option for next season.

Sports Briefing | Basketball: Even the Opening Date Is Moving at the Nets’ Training Center

The team, which had planned to move in by training camp, now expects to take up residence in February.

Future Is About to Arrive for Phil Jackson and the Knicks

Decisions on what to do in Thursday’s N.B.A. draft and in free agency will soon reshape the team.

Danny Ferry, Architect of NBA's Hawks, Faces Uncertain Future

Danny Ferry, a basketball lifer who built the success-starved Atlanta Hawks into an NBA title contender before being swept up in a racially charged scandal, said on Tuesday he was unsure of his next career move.

T-Wolves May Go to Towns With Top Pick in NBA Draft

The Minnesota Timberwolves are expected make versatile big man Karl-Anthony Towns of Kentucky the top pick in Thursday's NBA Draft where a deep pool of U.S. college and international talent are up for grabs.

Where True Detective and the Triangle Offense Meet

To help us better visualize the mysterious triangle offense, we turned to Joshua Walsh, the artist whose work defined the first season of HBO’s True Detective.

Former NBA All-Star Andrei Kirilenko Retires

Russian basketball player and former NBA All-Star Andrei Kirilenko announced on Tuesday that he was retiring from the sport.

Three-a-Side Basketball Hits the Big Time at First European Games

With thumping music, ferocious slamdunks and sublime skill, 3x3 basketball came out with a bang on Tuesday at the inaugural European Games, but the sport with inner-city backyard origins has far bigger ambitions -- a place at the Olympics.

Jordan's Hornets to Host All-Star Game in 2017

Michael Jordan's Charlotte Hornets have been selected to host the National Basketball Association's 2017 All-Star Game, the league said on Tuesday.

The Obtuse Triangle

An attempt to lift the veil on the mysterious Triangle Offense leads only to more confusion. Does anyone — outside of Phil Jackson —really understand how it works?

Sports Briefing | Pro Basketball: Hawks’ General Manager Out for Good

Danny Ferry officially stepped down after being placed on leave last September for making racially insensitive remarks.

W.N.B.A. Suspends Isiah Thomas’s Bid to Own Part of Liberty

The league and the team agreed to indefinitely suspend the application process three weeks after the W.N.B.A. formed a committee to vet Thomas’s ownership stake.

Pursuing Perfection From Atop the N.B.A. Draft Class

Karl-Anthony Towns, the former star at Kentucky, is expected to be drafted No. 1 by the Minnesota Timberwolves on Thursday.

Karl-Anthony Towns Says There Is 'No Promise' From T-Wolves

Kentucky big man Karl-Anthony Towns tells The Associated Press he has "no promise at all" from the Minnesota Timberwolves, who hold the No. 1 overall pick in the NBA draft on Thursday.

Isiah Thomas's Bid to Become Part Owner of WNBA's Liberty on Hold

The Women's National Basketball Association and the New York Liberty have decided to postpone consideration of Isiah Thomas’s application to become a part owner in the club.

NBA's Atlanta Hawks, General Manager Ferry Part Ways

Atlanta Hawks general manager Danny Ferry, who was placed on leave in September because of racially charged remarks, resigned on Monday, saying it was "critically important for me to clear my name."

Atlanta Hawks Announce GM Danny Ferry 'Stepping Down'

The Atlanta Hawks have announced that Danny Ferry has stepped down as general manager of the team, ending an indefinite leave of absence that began in August following racially derogatory comments Ferry made.

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