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Knicks Tickets Cost $100 More Than Any Atlantic Division Team

Last season, the Toronto Raptors won the Atlantic Division with a 48-34 record. Only the Raptors and Nets finished with records above.500, yet the New York Knicks will continue to own […] The post Knicks Tickets Cost $100 More Than Any Atlantic Division Team appeared first on SLAMonline.

Ex-NFL Player Domonique Foxworth Reportedly Set to Be Named COO of NBPA

Former NFL cornerback and NFL Players Association president Domonique Foxworth is set to cross the sports spectrum to become the chief operating officer of the National Basketball Players Association. Scott Soshnick of Bloomberg News...Show More Summary

Grizzlies Transform a Court in Memphis (PHOTOS)

Penny Hardaway's childhood court gets a fresh look, courtesy of the Grizz. The post Grizzlies Transform a Court in Memphis (PHOTOS) appeared first on SLAMonline.

Lakers News: Rounding Up Latest Buzz on Kobe Bryant, Nick Young and More

The Los Angeles Lakers took the hard court for their first bout of regular-season action since finishing with a franchise-worst record in 2013-14. While we did receive a glimpse of the team's on-court product for this year, the teamShow More Summary

Which Superstar PG's Future Is Brighter: Russell Westbrook or Chris Paul?

Eventually, someone is going to pull the NBA's point guard throne out from underneath Los Angeles Clippers superstar Chris Paul. Now, whether that someone is one of Paul's positional peers or Father Time catching up to the 29-year-old remains uncertain. Show More Summary

Top 5 Most Expensive Chicago Bulls Home Games

In the 2013-14 season, the Chicago Bulls were able to grab the 4-seed in the Eastern Conference with a total of 300 minutes played by Derrick Rose. After another season […] The post Top 5 Most Expensive Chicago Bulls Home Games appeared first on SLAMonline.

B/R Exclusive: Howard Beck 1-on-1 with NBA Commissioner Adam Silver

The NBA season is underway, and there's a ton of anticipation for what should be an exciting year of basketball. What can fans expect for the present and future of the league? NBA Commissioner Adam Silver sat down with Bleacher Report's Howard Beck for an exclusive interview ahead of the 2014-15 season. Show More Summary

Jeanie Buss Hopes Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Retire in 2016

Los Angeles Lakers president and governor Jeanie Buss says the team, despite the rough patch it’s going through, is like a stock one should not sell. Buss is a one […] The post Jeanie Buss Hopes Kobe Bryant Doesn’t Retire in 2016 appeared first on SLAMonline.

Bringing Back the Buzz: New Charlotte Hornets Aim to Match Magic of Old Hornets

When the new Charlotte Hornets open the 2014-15 NBA season Wednesday night at home against the Milwaukee Bucks, the team would like to replicate virtually everything the old Charlotte Hornets captured on opening night for the franchise on Nov. Show More Summary

LeBron James and the Ghost of 23

LeBron James is back with the Cleveland Cavaliers, prepared to deliver his haunted city its first championship in half a century. Will King James be able to slay the ghost he's long been chasing, which has motivated him from the beginning? Stephen Nelson narrates James' quest in his hometown return in the video above. Read more NBA news on

Carmelo Anthony Makes Brief Appearance on 'Sons of Anarchy'

New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony makes a living by playing basketball, but he is no stranger to acting. Anthony's IMDB profile indicates he's made a few cameos here and there, but now he can add an appearance on the hit show Sons of Anarchy to his resume. Show More Summary

Lakers News: Latest Updates on Steve Nash, Jeanie Buss and More

The Los Angeles Lakers opened up their season on Tuesday against the Houston Rockets, but there are plenty of developments taking place off the court for the purple and gold. The potential roster fallout from the Steve Nash injury is...Show More Summary

Lakers News: Analyzing Players Who Must Step Up After Julius Randle Injury

The Los Angeles Lakers were hoping Julius Randle could make an immediate impact after selecting him with the seventh overall pick in the draft. Instead, the talented rookie suffered a serious leg injury in his debut, leaving a major hole in the rotation right away. Baxter Holmes of noted the forward broke the tibia in his right leg. Show More Summary

Grading Philadelphia 76ers' Final 15-Man Roster

The Philadelphia 76ers have finalized their 15-man roster and are hoping it'll have more success than last year's 19-63 effort. Well, who really knows? Are they actually wanting to do better? The whole plan is a bit of a mystery. Philly...Show More Summary

Houston Rockets vs. Los Angeles Lakers: Postgame Grades and Analysis

The Houston Rockets opened their season on the road and dominated the Los Angeles Lakers, winning 108-90 Tuesday in the Staples Center. Unfortunately, the game ended on a somber note, with rookie Julius Randle suffering a broken legShow More Summary

David Blatt Says Title Expectations for the Cavs are ‘Unfair’

Cleveland Cavaliers head coach David Blatt is trying to manage expectations for his team, though it’s likely in vain. Oddsmakers and most observers consider the Cavs the team to beat […] The post David Blatt Says Title Expectations for the Cavs are ‘Unfair’ appeared first on SLAMonline.

Kemba Walker Agrees to 4-Year, $48 Million Extension With Charlotte

According to multiple published reports, the Charlotte Hornets have come to terms with point guard Kemba Walker on a four-year, $48 million contract extension. A Friday deadline loomed for the […] The post Kemba Walker Agrees to 4-Year, $48 Million Extension With Charlotte appeared first on SLAMonline.

Julius Randle Could Miss the Season With Fractured Tibia

The Los Angeles Lakers’ season got off to a rough start Tuesday night, as they were spanked 108-90 by the visiting Houston Rockets. And then things got considerably worse. Rookie […] The post Julius Randle Could Miss the Season With Fractured Tibia appeared first on SLAMonline.

Julius Randle 'probably' will miss season after serious leg injury

Lakers rookie Julius Randle broke his leg in Los Angeles' 108-90 loss to the Houston Rockets on Tuesday. Los Angeles Lakers rookie Julius Randle left the Staples Center court Tuesday night with his right leg immobilized by an air cast and a courtside diagnosis of a broken tibia that was later confirmed by Lakers coach Byron Scott. Show More Summary

NBA News: Latest Buzz Surrounding Kemba Walker, Rajon Rondo and More

The 2014-15 NBA season is finally underway, but not all the news from around the league is about box scores and starting lineups. No, there is still business to be done in front offices across the Association. It seems there is always...Show More Summary

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