LOS ANGELES — This offseason, the Los Angeles Lakers made a $50 million investment in third-year guard Jordan Clarkson. On Saturday, Clarkson made his first start of the preseason, scoring 15 points during a 112-107 loss to the Golden...Show More Summary
Cousins has the size and skill to be the most dominant player on the floor every night...and he knows it. The post SLAM Top 50: DeMarcus Cousins, No. 9 appeared first on SLAMonline.
Russ put on a dominating show. The post WATCH: Russell Westbrook Drops 26 Points and 10 Assists Against the Wolves appeared first on SLAMonline.
The number one pick joins a bunch of big names in the new video. The post Ben Simmons Stars in Beats by Dre Ad appeared first on SLAMonline.
Months after the fireworks he lit with his Fourth of July relocation declaration, Kevin Durant continues to explain why he bailed on the Oklahoma City Thunder. He continues to explain despite one simple truth: The explaining of suchShow More Summary
Minnesota guard Zach LaVine had it going last night in Charlotte, dropping 30 points in a 98-86 loss. The post WATCH: Zach LaVine Scores 30 Points Against Hornets appeared first on SLAMonline.
Dwight Howard went to work in his home debut at Philips Arena, dropping 26 points, 8 rebounds, and 2 blocks. The post WATCH: Dwight Howard Drops 26 Points in Atlanta Home Debut appeared first on SLAMonline.
Larry Bird delivered a decisive message when he fired head coach Frank Vogel back in May: Nothing would get in the way of the vision he mapped out for the Indiana Pacers—not loyalty, not stability, not even finishing one win shy of a surprising second-round postseason bid. Indiana's team president wanted his troops to play smaller and faster. Show More Summary
Throughout his historic career, some fans may have been lucky enough to get their hands on some of Kobe Bryant's game-used memorabilia. For those who weren't that fortunate, there is a golden opportunity on hand. However, it'll costShow More Summary
The soon-to-be sophomore dances around the court on his way to 13-19 shooting. The post D’Angelo Russell Hits the Nuggets for 33 Points appeared first on SLAMonline.
Isaiah Thomas became an All-Star and led his team to the Playoffs in ’16, but that hasn’t stopped the haters from doubting him. The post All Gas, No Brakes appeared first on SLAMonline.
LeBron, Curry, Gregg Popovich and others share what their feelings on the '16-'17 season. The post WATCH: Players from Every Team Talk About the Upcoming Season appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Mavs shooting guard goes home to Madison, WI to help kids achieve greatness on or off the court. The post WATCH: Wesley Matthews Shares His Journey With His Basketball Camp appeared first on SLAMonline.
The newest member of the Shanghai Sharks put on a show in the preseason. The post WATCH: Jimmer Fredette Drops 33 on the Rockets appeared first on SLAMonline.
Kevin Garnett is leaving the Minnesota Timberwolves and the NBA relatively quietly, and that's a little weird for a player whose career has been defined by high volume and confrontation. Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune reported the iconic forward won't play for the Wolves this season after Garnett and the team agreed to a buyout Friday. Show More Summary
The end has come for Kevin Garnett after 21 NBA seasons that include 15 All-Star appearances, four first-team All-NBA selections, one MVP award and one NBA championship. On Friday, Kent Youngblood of the Star-Tribune reported Garnett...Show More Summary
Ending what is one of the greatest careers in modern NBA history, Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Garnett announced his retirement after 21 seasons. Per Kent Youngblood of the Star Tribune, Garnett and the Timberwolves reached an...Show More Summary
McCollum is ready to follow-up his breakout season with another impressive campaign in 2016-17. The post SLAM Top 50: CJ McCollum, No. 42 appeared first on SLAMonline.
The WNBA recruited some top-tier talent for their new commercial, promoting the 2016 playoffs. The post Drake, Kevin Hart Star in WNBA’s ‘Pass the Ball’ Commercial appeared first on SLAMonline.
The story of the 2015-16 Toronto Raptors ended not with a funeral but rather a celebration of life. As their first-ever Eastern Conference Finals berth wilted during their fourth double-digit loss of the series, chants of "Let's go Raptors!" rained down from the Air Canada Centre faithful. Show More Summary