Coach Frank Vogel might have been saved from a firing with the Lakers' gutty win over the Utah Jazz on Monday night, but changes still could occur.
Steph Curry responds to fans who claim that he "ruined the game" of basketball.
The Sacramento Kings are pondering the idea of acquiring Ben Simmons and Tobias Harris from the Philadelphia 76ers.
The Pistons voided a traded last week after Bol failed a physical. He's reportedly slated to have foot surgery.
Shams Charania: Nine-year NBA veteran Chandler Parsons has retired from basketball and his lawsuit from career-ending injuries via car accident in January 2020 has been settled for a substantial amount. Source: Twitter @ShamsCharania What's the buzz ...
Sam Amick: The Kings I do believe are actually pondering the idea of doing (Ben) Simmons and (Tobias) Harris. I don't think that's off the table. Source: Spotify What's the buzz on Twitter? Mark Medina @ MarkG_Medina NBA Mailbag: What's next for Ben ...
The Sixers' most bold trade idea yet would need to involve a team willing to take on huge money, but apparently at least one franchise has thought about the idea. By Adam Hermann
The Warriors are optimistic that Green's injury won't be a long-term issue.
The Detroit Pistons are mired in their worst three-year stretch in four decades. The biggest reason: They have the most dead salary in the NBA by far.
The 76ers reportedly stopped fining Simmons, who said he was mentally unready to play, because he was ostensibly working toward being able to fulfill his contractual duties.
The Houston Texans are willing to trade their No. 3 overall pick in the 2022 NFL draft. Here are four teams who could be interested.
That's one great teammate.
Since the Rockets control Brooklyn’s first-round draft picks through 2027, any uncertainty with the future of James Harden is an important development.
Three quick cuts and the Browns can almost double their salary cap space. Are they worth it? Depends on how you value the players that would be involved:
Oilers star Leon Draisaitl and longtime beat reporter Jim Matheson delivered a post-practice presser for the ages on Tuesday.
As he ascended into the dominant force in the NBA, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar matched up regularly with the previous face of the league, Wilt Chamberlain.
The game wasn't even over when people began sounding off against the Arizona Cardinals and head coach Kliff Kingsbury.
Former Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade celebrated his 40th birthday with a party that included two members of his 2003 NBA Draft class.
Wie West on her baby: “Even the reason why I'm playing is because of her."
Officially, neither the NFL nor the NFL Players Association had comment regarding Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians slapping the helmet of safety Andrew Adams, with an elbow on the follow-through. Unofficially, the incident has landed on the radar screen of the league office. Per a source with knowledge of the situation, the incident is “being handled.” [more]