With the NBA regular season entering its final stretch, the Dallas Mavericks find themselves in a peculiar position in the Western Conference. The Mavs are out of contention for the top spot, having fallen nine games behind the spectacular Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary
The NBA has suspended Houston star James Harden one game without pay for kicking LeBron James in the groin.
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The NBA suspended Houston Rockets guard James Harden for one game after he kicked LeBron James in Sunday's 105-103 victory over the Cleveland Cavaliers, per Jonathan Feigen of the Houston Chronicle. Harden and LeBron engaged in a great head-to-head battle, with one seemingly trying to top the other on every possession. Show More Summary
Last year's top NBA draft pick, Andrew Wiggins, was traded to the Cleveland Cavaliers as part of a deal for Kevin Love. It was weird. Let's get weird again. Instant turnarounds are still a priority in today's NBA. It's getting harder...Show More Summary
Houston Rockets guard James Harden has been suspended one game without pay for kicking Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the groin, it was announced Monday by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations.
James Harden suspended for kicking LeBron James Houston Rockets guard James Harden has been suspended one game without pay for kicking Cleveland Cavaliers forward LeBron James in the groin, it was announced today by Rod Thorn, President, Basketball Operations. The incident occurred with 2:08 remaining in the third quarter of the Rockets’ 105-103 overtime victory against the [...]
Goran Dragic and the Phoenix Suns are reuniting on Monday night, and it's only going to feel so good for one side. With their new floor general in hand, the Miami Heat welcome in the Suns while clinging to a half-game lead for one of the Eastern Conference's final two playoff spots. Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors will travel to Brooklyn, New York, Monday night, as they look to close out their six-game road trip with a win over the Brooklyn Nets. The league-leading Warriors will enter Monday's contest on the heels of a 105-101 Sunday victory over the Boston Celtics. Show More Summary
After a few thrilling victories and an agonizingly tight loss to the Western Conference-leading Golden State Warriors, fans are ready to believe in this Boston Celtics team. But the truth is, for as good as this club has looked at times...Show More Summary
Grizzlies sign JaMychal Green to multi-year contract The Memphis Grizzlies signed forward JaMychal Green to a multi-year contract, Grizzlies General Manager Chris Wallace announced today. “Before first coming to Memphis, JaMychal was the top prospect in the NBA Development League, and he has impressed us both in games and in practice during his tenure with the Grizzlies,” [...]
CHICAGO — There’s never a good time to be injured. The Chicago Bulls know that as well as anybody. But with the playoffs six weeks away and a schedule full of contenders, the basketball gods couldn ’t have picked a worse time to give...Show More Summary
The Philadelphia 76ers will be without their second-leading scorer in Monday’s game against the Toronto Raptors. The team officially announced that Robert Covington will miss the game, while Brandon Wise of CBS Sports pointed out that...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors will not be at full strength Monday when they take on the Brooklyn Nets. Rusty Simmons of The San Francisco Chronicle noted that guard Leandro Barbosa will miss the game with a viral upper respiratory infection. The guard is averaging 6.9 points per game on the season and is a three-point threat off of the bench. Show More Summary
In case anyone is still unclear, let it be known: James Harden kicked LeBron James in the peaches Sunday night. That happened. Lying on the ground after an awkward entanglement in the third quarter of Sunday night’s overtime slugfest,...Show More Summary
Oh, JaVale. According to NBA.com, the Philadelphia 76ers have waived forward JaVale McGee prior to the midnight March 1 deadline, making McGee eligible for a playoff team if a contender is interested in signing him. Having not played much over the last two seasons, McGee doesn't have a decent sample as to what he can provide for teams. Show More Summary
The Chicago Bulls just can't seem to catch a break with injuries. Nearly a week after Derrick Rose was put on the shelf with a knee injury, the Bulls' leader in scoring and minutes this season, Jimmy Butler, was injured in Sunday's matchup vs. Show More Summary
Forbes says Michael Jordan is now a billionaire Here’s the New York Daily News reporting that Michael Jordan is now a billionaire, according to Forbes. Michael Jordan just had his name added to another impressive list. The former Bulls...Show More Summary
Jimmy Butler out 3-6 weeks with elbow injury The Chicago Bulls announced today that an MRI of Jimmy Butler confirmed a Grade 2/3 ulnar ligament sprain and small bone impaction injury to the left elbow. It is estimated that Butler may be out three to six weeks. On the year, Butler has appeared in 55 games [...]
Sixers waive JaVale McGee The Philadelphia 76ers announced today the team waived JaVale McGee prior to midnight on Mar. 1, making him eligible to join a postseason roster. The Sixers originally acquired McGee and Oklahoma City’s protected 2015 first-round pick from Denver on Feb. 19, 2015. According to the Philadelphia Inquirer, “JaVale McGee was able to keep all [...]