Jonas Nader highlights the latest news around the NBA including Kawhi Leonard's injury and Chris Paul's status for the Western Conference Finals. (Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports)
The Hawks trailed 72-46 with 8:31 to go in the third quarter but roared back to beat the 76ers in Game 5. How did they do it?
With so many open jobs, there will be a lot of competition for the best available candidates.
The NBA and NBPA said in weekly release: 'of the 164 players tested for COVID-19 since June 9, one new player has returned a confirmed positive test.'
NBA players sound off on Kevin Durant's historic night.
If he's anything like his dad, he'll surely be fun to watch.
The Philadelphia 76ers try to explain what went wrong against the Atlanta Hawks in Game 5 on Wednesday.
If you thought blowing a 26-point lead was mind-blowing, wait for these historic stats from tonight's monumental loss. By Reuben Frank
Ben Simmons and the Philadelphia 76ers discuss his free throw struggles in a loss to the Atlanta Hawks.
This season’s three All-NBA teams, announced Tuesday, saw some notable omissions, namely Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics and Donovan Mitchell of the Utah Jazz. While the snub might hurt a player’s pride, those two players might feel it even more in their wallets. All-NBA team selections can often trigger bonuses in contracts, directly causing […]
Once trailing by 26 points, the Atlanta Hawks stormed back to defeat the 76ers in Philadelphia in a crucial Game 5.
Nick Young took to Twitter to voice his thoughts on the Chris Paul-COVID update ...
Retired women's tennis player Caroline Wozniacki and husband David Lee, a former NBA player, welcomed daughter Olivia on June 11.
As they have all season and now into the playoffs, injuries continue to play a significant role in who wins, who advances and who doesn’t.
Clint Capela explained how the Hawks slowed 76ers star Joel Embiid in Game 4: "Whenever you wear him out, everything becomes tougher for him."
The Boston Celtics' crazy 2002 turnaround against the New Jersey Nets is among the most improbable comebacks in NBA playoff history.
Nelson is at least the third person to lose their NBA job today.
The Liberty Bell tolls for the Philadelphia 76ers in the fourth quarter.
GM Donnie Nelson leaves the Dallas Mavericks days after an unflattering report about the team
Portland Trail Blazers interested in Erik Spoelstra! Wait. Really?