The Golden State Warriors have picked up the fourth-year options on the contracts of forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli for next season.
Photo: LeBron back in Cleveland
New York Knicks starting point guard Jose Calderon is expected to miss at least two weeks with a sprained right calf.
The return of the Charlotte Hornets to the NBA has the people of North Carolina buzzing, and even Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton has gotten caught up in the excitement. During warmups before Thursday night's game against the New Orleans Saints, Newton took the field in Hornets cleats. Show More Summary
Warriors exercise contract options on Harrison Barnes and Festus Ezeli The Golden State Warriors have exercised fourth-year contract options on forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli, which are for the 2015-16 NBA season. The...Show More Summary
LeBron James knows how big his return to the court for the Cleveland Cavaliers is. Talking to the media, he recently even went so far as referring to his first game back as "one of the biggest sporting events ever." Naturally, his pregame outfit had to match the occasion. Show More Summary
It's a return four years in the making, one you simply have to witness. Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks are bringing their work-in-progress triangle offense to Quicken Loans Arena, but make no mistake about it. This ThursdayShow More Summary
Jason Terry has answered one question in the Houston Rockets’ first two games of the season, although, it might not be the answer that fans are hoping for: He’s the primary man off the bench, whether he’s still capable of filling that...Show More Summary
The rebuilt Chicago Bulls bench is going to challenge head coach Tom Thibodeau to examine the principles that have defined him and his team over the past few years. And he should be positively ecstatic about that. Heavy Minutes, NewShow More Summary
Let's have some fun with remarkably small samples. After a disheartening 108-90 loss to the Houston Rockets opened their 2014-15 season, the Los Angeles Lakers fell to the Phoenix Suns by an even bigger margin one night later. Even though...Show More Summary
The Utah Jazz have stockpiled a lot of young talent over the past couple of years. They've taken full advantage of the benefits attached to losing by building with first-round picks. Trey Burke, Alex Burks, Gordon Hayward, Enes Kanter,...Show More Summary
Playing in his 437th regular-season NBA game, Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol recorded a career-high 32 points in Wednesday's season-opening 105-101 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves, per NBA.com/Stats. Gasol's big night —Show More Summary
History is repeating itself in Oklahoma City. Will the Thunder do anything to stop it? Fourth-year point guard Reggie Jackson—who is currently sidelined with a sore ankle—is eligible for a contract extension. If the Thunder do not sign him to one by the Oct. Show More Summary
NBA Finals MVP Kawhi Leonard is set to make his season debut for the San Antonio Spurs on Friday night against the Phoenix Suns.
Though his team started the season in disappointing fashion, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Serge Ibaka accomplished an impressive personal feat during Wednesday's season-opening loss to the Portland Trail Blazers, becoming the third-youngest...Show More Summary
LeBron James huddles with teammates before each game, pulling them close to deliver a message. In a new TV commercial, James does the same to bring an entire city together.
Scant few hours remain until the Cleveland Cavaliers season opener against the New York Knicks, and it’s not stretching reality to say the residents of Cleveland are whipping themselves into a state of delirium over the return of LeBron...Show More Summary
In Derrick Rose and LeBron James, both the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers have, respectively, one of the best NBA players on the planet. But these two Eastern Conference heavyweights would not hold that status on the strength of their top players alone. Show More Summary
As the 2014-15 season opens, the Cleveland Cavaliers look like a legitimate NBA title contender. The arrivals of LeBron James and Kevin Love this summer instantly transformed the team from lottery dwellers into a potential dynasty force. They...Show More Summary
The NBA has hired former Wasserman Media Group executive Malcolm Turner to be the president of its Development League.