With NBA free agency set to kick off on Friday, the Brooklyn Nets released veteran guard Jarrett Jack on Thursday. The team announced the move, saying it put the 32-year-old on waivers. Jack was entering the last season of the four-year, $25 million deal he signed with the Cleveland Cavaliers before they traded him to Brooklyn in 2014. Show More Summary
One of the most highly anticipated free-agency periods is set to begin on Friday as superstar Kevin Durant officially hits the open market. But there have been plenty of rumors also swirling around the trade market as well, which has...Show More Summary
Let's get this out of the way right now. Yes, at this very moment, the New York Knicks have enough cap space to sign Kevin Durant to a max contract — and then seven guys you've never heard of fished out of the summer league pool. They...Show More Summary
Though the hours might feel more like days, 2016 NBA free agency starts Friday. It's going to feel like days based on the number of rumors kicking up a storm around the event. Whether it's trade buzz around a veteran such as Andrew Bogut...Show More Summary
Prepare for old NBA faces in new places. Some marquee stars such as LeBron James and Andre Drummond won't be changing locations. Nor will restricted free agents held in high esteem by their 2015-16 squads. But plenty of big-name players...Show More Summary
There's too much outside noise for Andre Drummond to block out completely. The verbal barbs about his free throws, the social media attacks on his defense and focus—he endures it all. But he refuses to internalize it. "Everybody's gonna have their own opinion," Drummond told Bleacher Report during a recent phone call. Show More Summary
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Free agency is great for the free agents, but will the balance of power in the NBA actually change much? Not really, unless Kevin Durant goes elsewhere. A wild NBA free agency period is fast approaching, so we surveyed the landscape and made some predictions. Show More Summary
The Clippers have promoted Lawrence Frank to executive vice president of basketball operations under Doc Rivers.
The NBA has hired Byron Spruell as president of league operations.
Mavericks center Salah Mejri has undergone arthroscopic surgery on his right knee, a procedure that isn't expected to sideline the 7-foot-2 Tunisian during the season.
The Charlotte Hornets have extended a qualifying offer to guard Troy Daniels. By extending a qualifying offer to Daniels prior to the June 30 deadline, Charlotte owns the right to match any offer sheet he may sign with another team. Daniels will become a restricted free agent on July 1. Daniels averaged 5.6 points and 1.3 [...]
Forward Josh McRoberts has played sparingly for the Miami Heat over the past two seasons, and a combination of injuries and ineffectiveness could have him on the move. Continue for updates. Report: Heat Need Added Trade Partner to Move McRoberts Thursday, June 30 According to Ethan J. Show More Summary
Australian singer Iggy Azalea revealed on social media Thursday morning that she ended her relationship with Los Angeles Lakers guard Nick Young after reviewing their home security video. Azalea posted a message on Twitter detailingShow More Summary
The news leaks, up-to-the-second reporting, bidding wars and player meetings of NBA free agency breed chaos. Where's Kevin Durant going? That guy is getting a max deal? Do the Los Angeles Lakers think they can sign the entire USA Olympic...Show More Summary
As NBA free agency on July 1 comes closer, teams might be too focused on signing big-name players to be worried about trades. But with only so many valuable assets set to hit the market, there are going to be losers in free agency. All...Show More Summary
The Golden State Warriors won 73 games last season, but after losing in the NBA Finals, you can expect the team to be aggressive in the offseason. While the core of Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green is unlikely to change,...Show More Summary