Thursdays Fast Break
Thursdays Fast Break
Ayton played just 17 minutes in Game 7.
Both 2021 NBA Finals participants were eliminated on Sunday.
Patrick Beverley did not hold back during his stint on ESPN morning shows "Get Up" and "First Take" on Monday.
In A-Rod’s defense, the Suns looked horrible.
NBA on ESPN: @patbev21 Patrick Beverley says the Suns should've benched Chris Paul instead of Deandre Ayton "They benched the wrong person. They should've benched Chris." (via @GetUpESPN ) Source: Twitter What's the buzz on Twitter? Austin Krell @ ...
It was over by halftime and represents the most disappointing end in recent memory for Phoenix sports fans,
Just two minutes into Game 6, Margot Kerr made an executive decision to give her husband some space and watch the Kardashians instead.
Nobody saw this coming.
Stephen Curry, true to form, was ready with a counter. "[Dillon Brooks] said a lot of crazy things," Curry told The Athletic with a smile while glancing at nearby cameras from NBA TV. "He called himself a dynasty already, so you've got to figure. On ...
Draymond Green couldn't sleep after the Warriors' Game 6 win Friday night and took to Twitter to continue his war of words with Kendrick Perkins.
Brad Townsend: Kidd: "A lot of people had this as a blowout. They were right. But they didn't have us as the winning team." Source: Twitter @townbrad What's the buzz on Twitter? Adam Spolane @ AdamSpolane We all laughed when Dallas hired Jason Kidd ...
Draymond Green made an adjustment for Game 6 that was demanded when Kevon Looney entered the starting lineup. It worked. Might work again.
Even Greg Norman’s former allies, team-mates and devotees are turning on the Australian, as the fallout of the Saudi rebel circuit becomes ever more personal.
The first-place check is good for $1,638,000 at the final tune-up for the PGA Championship.
The Celtics and Heat will meet in the Eastern Conference Finals for the third time in 10 years, and oddsmakers expect Boston to prevail and reach the 2022 NBA Finals.
The Mavs have a chance to upset the NBA’s best team because Jason Kidd is flat out-coaching his counterpart. [Opinion]
The Mavericks dominated wire-to-wire over the top-seeded Suns who had the best regular season record.
The next chapter in the Miami Heat-Boston Celtics rivalry is about to be written.
How far can a team go when it’s heavily dependent on an aging point guard who gets hurt?
The Phoenix Suns built off their success last season with internal improvements from their core players. They further fortified their bench and had a deep rotation in every position. Unfortunately, it wasn't enough as their title chase ended ...