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Breaking Down What New York Knicks Must Do to Turn Season Around

What would you do if told the New York Knicks' 2014-15 season wasn't a lost cause? Embrace it? Deny it? Laugh? Check your ears? Start digging to see if hell has, in fact, frozen over? Horrific though the Knicks' season has been thus far, it isn't over. Show More Summary

Timofey Mozgov Bloodied by Errant Elbow from Bismack Biyombo

Denver Nuggets center Timofey Mozgov left Monday's game against the Charlotte Hornets after taking an elbow to the face from Bismack Biyombo. According to the Nuggets' public relations team, Mozgov received four stitches. [National Basketball Association] Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

There's More to Life in the NBA Than Winning Championships

Herm Edwards never played or coached basketball at a high level, but there's a reason the ex-NFLer's famous postgame rant is still so popular in the sports world. That is, because it's true. You play to win the game. Every game. No matter the stakes or the opponent. At least, that's the point of the exercise. Show More Summary

Bucks at .500 record early in Kidd's first year

Sharing the ball is making basketball fun for the Milwaukee Bucks.

Biggest Surprises and Disappointments for Boston Celtics

Say what you will about the Boston Celtics' 10-15 start to the season, but it has been anything but boring. Between the break-neck pace of the new offense, the stellar play of Marcus Smart and the C's repeated clutch struggles, there...Show More Summary

NBA Draft Notebook: Is Myles Turner Worth Gambling on with a Top-10 Pick in 2015

Within a two-minute span in the first half, Texas' Myles Turner, a 6'11" freshman center, had hit three consecutive jumpers during his college debut against North Dakota State. The first was a rise-and-fire baseline jumper in one fluid motion. Show More Summary

Charles Barkley Admits He Would Pay Recruits to Sway Them to Auburn

Charles Barkley is a proud Auburn alum (1981-84), and he is willing to open up his wallet if it helps his Tigers get the best recruits. In an interview with Seth Davis on CampusInsiders.com, Barkley admitted that he would give recruits money if Auburn asked him to. Show More Summary

Bulls' Rose, Gibson return vs. Raptors

Derrick Rose and Taj Gibson have returned to the Chicago Bulls lineup for their game against the Eastern Conference-leading Toronto Raptors on Monday night.

Los Angeles Clippers vs. San Antonio Spurs: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The San Antonio Spurs are currently in the midst of a four-game skid—the likes of which have not been seen in San Antonio in a long time. However, they’ve been plagued with injury during their recent stretch, and the return of Tony Parker...Show More Summary

Aldridge (illness) sidelined vs. Rockets

Portland's LaMarcus Aldridge is out with an upper-respiratory illness on Monday night against the Houston Rockets.

Toronto Raptors vs. Chicago Bulls: Live Score, Highlights and Reaction

The Toronto Raptors visit the Chicago Bulls Monday after riding a six-game win streak to the top of the Eastern Conference, but the banged-up Bulls have all their stars listed as probable, via CBSSports.com. The game tips off at 8 p.m. Show More Summary

Chicago Bulls: Tom Thibodeau Still Figuring out Big-Man Rotation

Coming into the 2014-15 season, the Chicago Bulls’ front court appeared to be an area of inordinate strength. Adding Nikola Mirotic and Pau Gasol to Joakim Noah and Taj Gibson on the depth chart made for the promise of great things.Show More Summary

LaMarcus Aldridge Illness: Updates on Trail Blazers Star's Status and Return

Portland Trail Blazers star LaMarcus Aldridge will miss Monday night's game against the Houston Rockets with an illness. Darnell Mayberry of The Oklahoman had the news: Aldridge came into his own last season with the Blazers. His career has been on an upward trajectory for years, but 2013-14 was the best season of his career. Show More Summary

Thomas Robinson Facing Final Chance to Impress Portland Trail Blazers

It's the kind of break Thomas Robinson wasn't supposed to need but one his resume says he desperately requires. Not far removed from being the fifth overall pick in 2012, the Portland Trail Blazers forward is already running short on NBA chances. Show More Summary

Mapping Next Steps of Danny Ainge's Boston Celtics Rebuild

Trading Rajon Rondo certainly isn't the only move the Boston Celtics are going to make while trying to advance their rebuilding project. It's a nice start for general manager Danny Ainge, but the team can't stop after just swinging the one deal. There has to be a next step. Show More Summary

Slowly but Surely, Chandler Parsons Is Settling In with Dallas Mavericks

Chandler Parsons' early shooting slump caused some mild concern among Dallas Mavericks fans. Following a strong December, the question marks regarding his importance to the team are quickly evaporating. Even during his slump, Parsons, 26, remained upbeat and was adamant that he would break out of possibly the worst funk of his career. Show More Summary

Owners pledge $50M more for new Bucks' arena

A person with knowledge of the private negotiations of the purchase of the Milwaukee Bucks tells The Associated Press that the new ownership group has committed another $50 million toward the construction of a new arena.

Kyrie Irving, Stephen Curry and Anthony Davis Sing 'Jingle Bells'

As Buddy the Elf once said, "The best way to spread Christmas cheer is singing loud for all to hear." With the holiday season in full swing, some of the best young stars in the NBA decided to get ready for Christmas by singing a carol—while...Show More Summary

Nick 'Swaggy P' Young Gets 1962 Impala for Christmas from Iggy Azalea

Swaggy P just got a little bit more swag, thanks to girlfriend Iggy A zalea. Azalea and Los Angeles Lakers star Nick Young have been dating for a while now, and judging by what the recording artist got him for Christmas, things are going pretty well. Show More Summary

Saunders: Minnesota fans won't soon forgive Love

On the eve of the Timberwolves' first game against Kevin Love, president and coach Flip Saunders says he harbors no grudges against the former face of the franchise for wanting out of Minnesota.

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