Danny Green failed to step up quickly enough on a pick, allowing Golden State's Stephen Curry to hit an open 3-pointer. The roar of the Oracle Arena crowd Thursday night was nothing compared to Tony Parker's tirade at Green over the defensive lapse.
Pacers guard George Hill will have another concussion test before Saturday's home playoff game.
The Miami Heat have LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh. The Spurs have dominated for years with the trio of Tim Duncan, Tony Parker and Manu Ginobili.
Paul George and Roy Hibbert both came off stellar performances in Indiana and were confident that they could build off from those efforts in Game 5. The Indiana Pacers had every intention of closing out the series away from home, just like they had in the previous series. Show More Summary
Any team that passes up the chance to draft Trey Burke in the 2013 NBA draft will be making a colossal mistake. Although he only spent two years at Michigan, the Wolverines point guard made them count. Burke really grew into a star in his sophomore season. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have secured a victory in Game 5, which was their first step in their mission to overcome a 3-1 deficit at the hands of a gritty Indiana Pacers team. However, the game was close throughout, and it took the Knicks a total team effort to defeat the Pacers in their two victories in the series so far. Show More Summary
Pacers guard George Hill will have another concussion test before Saturday’s home playoff game. Hill missed Thursday night’s game after complaining of headaches. He was diagnosed with a concussion. NBA policy requires players to pass a concussion test before returning to action. Hill did not practice Friday, and coach Frank Vogel said he had not spoken [...]
With the second round of the NBA playoffs coming to a close, it's time to reflect on the winners and losers so far this postseason. Which players got dealt a crappy hand? Which teams made their mark on NBA history? Tune into the video...Show More Summary
Free agency is a period marked by absolute chaos. For NBA teams, there will be plenty of star power available for the highest bidders. Some stars will almost certainly part ways from their current clubs, such as Los Angeles Laker Dwight Howard. Show More Summary
Larry Drew is preparing to part ways with the Hawks and will interview for the head coach position with the Bucks Monday. Drew told the Atlanta Journal Constitution Friday that in a meeting with general manager Danny Ferry earlier this week the two came to an amicable agreement to allow the coach to interview for other [...]
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Kawhi Leonard has matured faster than anyone could have expected in his two seasons with the Spurs. That he started for Gregg Popovich as a rookie was enough to herald his supreme potential. He’s done nothing but improve since then, regularly adding wrinkles to his foundation of lockdown defense and efficient offense. The young small forward took [...]
George Hill quietly made "The Leap" between Games 4 and 5 of the Indiana Pacers' Eastern Conference Semifinal series against the New York Knicks. And not just a physical leap from the hardwood to a darkened training room on account of a concussion, though that had everything to do with it. Show More Summary
Seth Curry has been one of the most successful guards at the college level over the past two years, though not many recognize him as an NBA prospect. He finished his senior year averaging 17.5 points on 43.8 percent shooting from downtown, at times carrying one of the best teams in the country. Show More Summary
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson announced to screaming throngs of Kings fans Friday that the deal to sell the NBA franchise to a group led by software tycoon Vivek Ranadive has been signed. The announcement at a City Hall rally brings to an end nearly five months of maneuvering by Johnson to secure a new ownership group, [...]
Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson said Friday that the deal to sell the Kings to a group led by software tycoon Vivek Ranadive has been signed.
Damian Lillard limited-edition sneaker out May 23.
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