Before the 2012-13 season started, there were only a few point guards who could've been argued as the best in the NBA. As the season progressed, Chris Paul was the major name that came up in most people's heads when discussing who the best point guard was. Show More Summary
Tony Parker is headed for an MRI, but don't fret, Spurs fans—it's not as bad as it sounds. Typically, when an athlete is scheduled for an MRI, the best-case scenario is that a few weeks of rest is all that will be needed to heal an ailing ligament and not surgery, which requires a lengthy recovery process. Show More Summary
It was 10 years ago today that the Cleveland Cavaliers secured the No. 1 pick in the 2003 NBA draft lottery. The Cavs went on to spend that selection on an 18-year-old, Ohio-born phenom by the name of LeBron James, who, as you probably know, has gone on to fashion for himself quite the pro career. Show More Summary
The Dallas Mavericks will certainly be in the market for some new faces to bring in for the 2013-14 season. With only five players currently under contract for next year, the Mavericks will need to bring in several new players based on the assumption that there are many from this year’s roster who will not be returning. Show More Summary
The focus of the NBA draft lottery is on the teams moving up and down in the draft order, but Ben McLemore was one of the biggest losers on Tuesday. Based on the reverse order of the standings, things looked good for the shooting guard. Show More Summary
All smiles and sporting a crisp suit-and-tie combination for his NBA studio work, Jerry Stackhouse didn't look like a guy with a history of violence when he joined ESPN's Dan Le Batard and Bomani Jones (and Papi ) to discuss his reputation as the baddest old dude in the league. Show More Summary
As the Los Angeles Clippers mull over exactly what happened for them to earn a first-round exit from the playoffs this season, eyes begin to turn to the offseason and improvements that can be made. Most notably, rumors have swirled around David West and Kevin Garnett. Show More Summary
Phil Jackson apparently has a lot of different options if he wants to return to the NBA. If he is offered a position, the best decision he could make would be to join the Los Angeles Clippers. While the legendary coach retired at the end of last season, he is not going away any time soon. Show More Summary
Five guys who impressed the scouts at the Brooklyn Nets Draft Combine.
Dwyane Wade only looks like he threw on whatever was in his closet. Business Insider brings us the latest news on the peculiar fashion choices Wade brings to the NBA playoff podium. It seems the wardrobe he dons every night has been picked out long beforehand, making these something of a premeditated fashion crime. Show More Summary
The Jermaine O'Neal trade is still providing returns for the Pacers.
Yes, the loss to the Pacers was maddeningly frustrating. It wasn't just that the Knicks lost—they went out with a whimper, getting away from their game in Games 3 and 4 in Indiana and putting themselves in too deep of a hole. But let's not forget where we came from. Show More Summary
Five to-be free agents whose Playoff performances should change their market value.
With the NBA Conference Finals underway, fans are making their series predictions. Some teams are struggling without key players, while others are firing on all cylinders. The San Antonio Spurs face off against the Memphis Grizzlies in what should be a close series on the court. Show More Summary
Mike Krzyzewski had decided to remain coach of the U.S. men’s Olympic basketball team. Krzyzewski will try to lead the Americans to a third straight gold medal, a person with knowledge of the decision said Wednesday. Originally expected to step down, Krzyzewski will hold a press conference to confirm his return Thursday at Duke, the person [...]
During Team USA’s gold medal run during the 2012 Olympics, coach Mike Krzyzewski said that would be his last one. He had been on Team USA’s staff for many years and was thought to be ready to hang it up. However, that’s not he case. Coach K must’ve had a change of heart because he [...]
The 2013 NBA draft picture is much clearer in the aftermath of Tuesday evening's draft lottery, where the Cleveland Cavaliers emerged with the No. 1 overall pick. This particular crop of prospects is considered rather weak, lacking a surefire, no-brainer selection at the top of the heap. Show More Summary
Never fear Detroit Pistons fans, your favorite optimist is here to remove some of the gloom brought on by the NBA Draft Lottery. Sure, it was yet another disappointing turn for Detroit. Fate bucked the odds yet again and the Pistons were on the losing end of it. Show More Summary
Even if the San Antonio Spurs can't help but feel a touch uneasy about their 2-0 lead in the Western Conference finals, Tony Parker is completely comfortable.
Mitch Kupchak knows how to make Phil Jackson laugh. And giggle is exactly what the Zen Master did when Kupchak told him he thought Mike D'Antoni was a better fit for the Los Angeles Lakers than him. "I laughed," Jackson told ESPN's "Mike & Mike in the Morning" (via Arash Markazi of ESPNLosAngeles.com). Show More Summary