Chris Bosh said he was willing to take a pay cut to stay and play with LeBron James in Miami. Then the four-time MVP shook the NBA to its core by returning to Cleveland—leaving Bosh a wide-open max salary slot to stay with the Heat. And Bosh took it. Show More Summary
The Utah Jazz have formally signed draft picks Dante Exum and Rodney Hood.
Chandler Parsons' reign as the NBA's best bargain contributor is quickly coming to an end. A second-round pick in 2011, he has raked in just $2.6 million over his first three seasons in the league, per Basketball-Reference.com. His bank...Show More Summary
Two people familiar with the situation say that Chris Bosh has agreed to a maximum deal with the Miami Heat.
The artist also known as "Swaggy P" agreed to a deal to remain with the Los Angeles Lakers on Friday. ESPN's Jeff Goodman had the news and Turner Sports' David Aldridge followed with terms of the deal: Young, 29, averaged a career-high 17.9 points and shot 38.6 percent from three-point range last season with the Lakers. Show More Summary
If you want to show off, the NBA summer league is the place to do it. Houston Rockets rookie Nick Johnson got the ball on a breakaway, checked his six and skied high for the sweet 360 dunk. A very impressive display of athleticism from the rookie. [NBA.com] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
When David Blatt was hired as the Cleveland Cavaliers head coach, the team was very much in flux. It had yet to draft Andrew Wiggins, Kyrie Irving's contract situation was still up in the air and we were waiting for LeBron James to enter...Show More Summary
Earlier we saw Dallas' Eric Griffin throw down a poster-worthy dunk against the Knicks in an NBA Summer League matchup. Now New York's Cleanthony Early has done his best to return the favor with a downright disrespectful dunk over Mavericks prospects Ivan Johnson and Chris Goulding. [Vine] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Keep your eyes on James Ennis. He's in the process of hitting his stride—something some guys hit early, some hit late and some never hit at all. The stride is all about gradual progression. After spending his first two years in junior...Show More Summary
After being selected with the first pick of the 2014 draft, Andrew Wiggins was considered a major part of the future for the Cleveland Cavaliers. However, LeBron James coming to town has changed the organization's priorities. James announced his intentions to return to Cleveland on a special to Sports Illustrated, via Lee Jenkins. Show More Summary
You don't typically see free-agency classes feature this much top talent, and it's even rarer for so many of those players to still be available this late in the game. That might not last for long though, as LeBron James returning to...Show More Summary
Former New York Knicks guard Luther ''Ticky'' Burden has a rare heart disease and is being treated at a Manhattan hospital.
On Friday, the wait finally ended as LeBron James made his dramatic return to the Cleveland Cavaliers, announced in a Sports Illustrated article that ESPN's Brian Windhorst labeled "The Letter." One designer immortalized this love story...Show More Summary
Well, it's official. The Las Vegas Summer League has arrived. Dallas Mavericks forward Eric Griffin christened the annual summer league with a huge dunk, launching from just inside the key and slamming it home over New York Knicks guard Shane Larkin. Let's watch that again from another angle. Thanks for coming out, Shane. [Vine] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
LeBron James says it will take time to turn the Cleveland Cavaliers into a championship team. Oddsmakers in this gambling city aren't so sure.
No matter where LeBron James decided to sign this summer, at least one team's fans were going to be upset. On Friday afternoon, Sports Illustrated's Lee Jenkins broke the news that James was returning home to play with the Cleveland Cavaliers. Show More Summary
LeBron James is once again on the move, this time returning to his home state of Ohio to join the Cleveland Cavaliers. What will the world think now that LeBron has decided to leave the Miami Heat for a reunion with the Cavs ? Ric Bucher gives his take in the video essay above. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
The biggest get for the Los Angeles Lakers this offseason will be...Jeremy Lin? It's certainly not as crazy—or horrific—as it sounds. Stuck in a quagmire that is a full-blown rebuild around one Kobe Bryant, general manager Mitch Kupchak...Show More Summary
LeBron James is coming home, returning to the Cleveland Cavaliers after a four-year run with the Miami Heat. What does his reunion with his home state mean for the fans and the franchise? Will the Cavs attempt to make more moves in the...Show More Summary
LeBron James is heading back to the Cleveland Cavaliers, so Miami Heat owner Micky Arison will have to find a way to move on. As much as the news of the homecoming may have hurt Arison, he sent the man who helped bring two championships...Show More Summary