Nick Young of the Lakers hadn’t checked in with his young son yet after his first-round elimination from the NBA’s three-point shooting contest. “I didn’t want to look at his face,” Young said, with an air of mock seriousness. “I didn’t want to see the disappointment.” Young finished fourth in...
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The 2017 NBA Draft is still four months away, and a lot will happen to adjust this mock draft between now and then. The NBA trade (...)
Trolls will be trolls, it seems. Last week the NBA released new rules preventing teams from "mocking and/or ridiculing" each other on social media. It didn’t take long for teams to poke fun at the regulations with a little sarcasm.Show More Summary
The NBA wanted to emphasize its social media guidelines this week to curtail trash talking among teams on Twitter. A memo circulated from the league office stated: “Teams are prohibited from mocking and/or ridiculing opponents (including...Show More Summary
Keep those Crying Jordan memes under control, guys. In an effort to prevent the "mocking and/or ridiculing" of other teams and officials online, the NBA released a memo to all 30 teams detailing new social media conduct rules, ESPN's...Show More Summary
LeBron James has made no secret of his distaste for President Donald Trump: He endorsed Democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton in October and mocked Trump in comments about NBA All-Star voting last month. Now, the NBA’s biggest...Show More Summary
Washington's struggles won't keep Markelle Fultz from going first overall
This is our weekly look at the most popular — or in some cases our personal favorite — videos on Clippit over the past week. Clippit is an awesome app that allows us to quickly grab 30-second clips from several live TV broadcasts and...Show More Summary
The midway point of the NBA season has arrived, and the theme of the draft has become crystal clear: It's all about guards and freshmen in 2017. We're now projecting the first three picks to be one-and-done lead ball-handlers. NeedsShow More Summary
The Warriors’ Draymond Green appeared to lower his shoulder into LeBron James in an NBA game Monday, then took a shot at the Cavalier star’s falling reaction. Apparently believing that James acted a bit after the contact, Green madeShow More Summary
If you're former NBA coach George Karl, you had to know this was coming. And if you're Dan Le...
If you’re former NBA coach George Karl, you had to know this was coming. And if you’re Dan Le Batard, you probably can’t (...)
Former NBA coach George Karl’s seemingly endless book tour is definitely starting to get annoying (fine, it’s been pretty annoying from the very beginning), but we’re going to forgive him for now because the spotlight on his controversial book is bringing attention to a good cause: making fun of Mike Francesa. Show More Summary
As the NBA standings change, so does the projected 2017 NBA draft board. Given the number of quality point guards and the fact most top-10 teams are already set at the position, fit could play a big role in determining where each prospect...Show More Summary
The NBA draft is only six months away, but the drafting process/evaluation period apparently has gone underway. Currently, if the season ended today, the Boston Celtics would have the first pick of the 2017 NBA Draft due to a trade from the Brooklyn Nets. Show More Summary
ESPN.com NBA draft guru Chad Ford released his second mock draft of the season on Tuesday despite the year being less than halfway completed. But it's never too early to start thinking ahead, as Ford's predictions can be seen below: Notable Picks Markelle Fultz, G, Washington Ford's Prediction: No. Show More Summary
The 2017 NBA draft's first round is clearing up, with a handful of key prospects back from injuries and others who've come out of nowhere for breakouts. Compared to November's mock top-30, this month's edition has six different names. Three...Show More Summary
Two weeks into the college basketball season, prospects have officially begun building their cases for the 2017 NBA draft. The field already looks strong, despite Duke's three potential lottery picks still rehabbing from preseason injuries. The emergence of UCLA's Lonzo Ball has been the big storyline early on as well. Show More Summary
College basketball is underway at last. That means t he 2017 NBA draft discussion can officially begin. This year's debate already sounds more exciting than last year's: There are tight positional battles, international wild cards, breakout players and key injuries to dissect from opening night. Show More Summary