For Brad Stevens, it's hard to be bad. Even after the Boston Celtics began the season with an 0-4 record, he was drawing nothing but praise from his players. Brandon Bass said, " There’s something special about that guy, man. He’s aShow More Summary
Disappointment collides Thursday night when the New York Knicks take their struggling act to the Brooklyn Nets' front door. Projected to be two of the Eastern Conference's top teams, both the Knicks and Nets have been utter failures....Show More Summary
To quote media legend George Blaha, "Don't look now, but" the Detroit Pistons are building a wave of momentum. With all of the talent they put together over the summer, it would take a minute for this team to jell. It's still extremely early in the year, but there are plenty of signs already pointing to a bright future for this franchise. Show More Summary
Derrick Rose may be out of the Chicago Bulls lineup for the season while he recovers from surgery on his meniscus, but that doesn't stop him from making news. Apparently he's already started to think about his strategy next offseason,...Show More Summary
With Derrick Rose out for the season, there has been much talk about the Chicago Bulls revamping the team and rebuilding. There is one more hidden opportunity for the Bulls, though. They could apply for the disabled player exception. For...Show More Summary
When the 2013-14 NBA schedule came out New Yorkers were focused on four games, the four matchups between the New York Knicks and the Brooklyn Nets. These games were supposed to feature two of the top teams in the Eastern Conference,Show More Summary
Nelson Mandela, the revered statesman who emerged from prison after 27 years to lead South Africa out of decades of apartheid, has died, South African President Jacob Zuma announced late Thursday.
Andrew Bynum has shown shades of his former All-Star self over last two games.
Raise your hands if you expected the Portland Trail Blazers to be sitting pretty at the top of the Western Conference with a 16-3 record after taking down the Oklahoma City Thunder thanks to a second-half comeback. Seriously? Put your hands down. Show More Summary
Let's all kick the New York Knicks while they're down. After all, that seems to be the trendy thing to do, as the team has slowly fallen down toward the very bottom of the NBA. George Karl, Carmelo Anthony's former coach, is now joining in on the fun: If anyone is an authority on what it takes to "produce championships," that would be Karl. Show More Summary
There was almost no lucrative extension. No inspirational comeback. After rupturing his Achilles, there was almost no Kobe Bryant. Much was said of the Black Mamba's cathartic Facebook post following his injury against the Golden State Warriors on April 12 of last season, but it wasn't a tell-all. Show More Summary
Amid the presence of a billionaire owner, a superteam -crazed executive and the decorated roster he assembled, it's rookie coach Jason Kidd wielding the biggest stick inside the Brooklyn Nets franchise. The cutting criticisms surrounding the team's sluggish 5-13 start fall squarely on the 40-year-old Kidd's shoulders. Show More Summary
It seems like Dwight Howard needs a hug. After the Houston Rockets' loss to the Phoenix Suns on Dec. 4, Howard was at his mopey best in describing his team's poor showing. Per CSN Houston's Adam Wexler, Howard said: It was piss-poor effort out there on defense and offense. Show More Summary
Sometimes the world just hates you. That was the case for the Indiana Pacers on Wednesday night, as karma must have been out for vengeance after they squashed the lowly Utah Jazz during the fourth quarter to improve to an NBA-best 17-2. Show More Summary
Josh Smith is the Detroit Pistons' most established player, Greg Monroe their most polished, and Brandon Jennings is probably their most exciting. But Andre Drummond is, by far, their most important. That's because he's the one man on...Show More Summary
Who will win the Atlantic Division—and why you should care.
CHICAGO—We have become accustomed to delays from Derrick Rose. Still, this one was a bit unexpected. It came more than 10 minutes into his Thursday press conference, following a Chicago Bulls shootaround in which he could not participate. Show More Summary