Kevin Love detailed an in-game panic attack he suffered on Nov. 5 in an essay for The Players' Tribune.
Eric Gordon had 18 points and two momentum-swinging three-pointers in the third quarter for red-hot Houston.
DeMar DeRozan scored 42 points and had the winning assist to Fred VanVleet; Blake Griffin scored 31 for the Pistons.
League says it's looking into 2011 allegations against Mavericks owner and decision not to pursue case.
As spotlight shines on mental illness in NBA, Wizards forward discusses the seriousness of the issue.
LeBron can become a free agent this summer, and his Cavaliers are getting set to make their only Los Angeles trip of the season.
DeMar DeRozan is getting the response he had hoped for when he opted to publicly detail his struggles with depression and anxiety.
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade surprised students at the school where 17 were killed in a mass shooting last month.
Kawhi Leonard spoke to the media on Wednesday and shed some light on his possible return and his reported rift with the Spurs organization.
The NBA spoke with the Chicago Bulls about their recent practice of resting healthy players.
It's the closest playoff race the NBA has seen at this point over the last 18 years.
Bumble will pay $20 million over three years to be featured on the Los Angeles Clippers' team jerseys, according to Bloomberg.
The Free Press polled the 15 players on the Pistons' roster and several members of the coaching staff about the movie.
The league-leading Rockets ran past the Thunder 122-112 in Oklahoma City for their 16th straight win and 50th on the season.
Damian Lillard is playing some of the best basketball of his career and it's translating to the Trail Blazers' win column.
Kevin Durant reflected on the Warriors' visit to the African American history museum on Tuesday.
The NBA is looking into ways it could potentially remedy its developmental system.
Dwyane Wade discussed the time he spent with the family of Joaquin Oliver, one of 17 killed in the mass shooting at Stoneman Douglas High School.
The Warriors were never going to make their lone trip to Washington about politics.
Larry Scott thinks baseball system would work in basketball, with players either going pro out of high school or staying in college for three years.