HoopsHype ranks the five players who have appeared most on our Trade Rumors Page over the past week, headlined by Kemba Walker.
One former NBA head coach believes Ben Simmons will cost the Philadelphia 76ers in the playoffs.
In arguably the most important game of their partnership to date, Paul George and Kawhi Leonard combined for 65 points as the Clippers beat the Jazz.
Le'Veon Bell apparently did not enjoy his brief tenure with the Chiefs. Bell, who signed with the Chiefs in Week Six last year, played sparingly for them during the regular season and didn’t play at all in the Super Bowl, wrote in an Instagram comment that he will never play for Chiefs head coach Andy [more]
The security guard won't work any remaining games in Milwaukee after intervening in the scuffle and knocking P.J. Tucker out of the way.
While many analysts view Kemba Walker's contract as a negative value, not all of them believe he'll be hard to trade.
Some old names and some new names.
LeBron James, Drake, J.R. Smith and Jared Dudley came to watch Bronny James make his season debut.
Phil Mickelson wanted Barkley to drive two hours last Thanksgiving for a practice round ahead of The Match III.
The Clippers seem to only respond with their backs against the wall.
Some people take their job very seriously.
For 21 years, Bo Schembechler preached doing the right thing at Michigan. It turns out he was a fraud.
He stepped into an altercation, pushed Tucker, and made things worse.
Just when it looked like a Leon Edwards shutout, Nate Diaz sent the crowd into a frenzy.
If hired, either woman would be the first female head coach in the NBA.
You want to watch Steph Curry make a bunch of tough shots, right? Of course you do.
Anastasia Pavlyuchenkova came close to claiming a maiden Grand Slam title in her 52nd appearance in the main draw of a major, but after Saturday's French Open final she said she was ultimately betrayed by her own body. She fought throughout but bowed out with a 6-1 2-6 6-4 defeat as her Czech opponent, Barbora Krejcikova, won her first Grand Slam title. Actually in the third set during the Sabalenka match, I said to myself, 'If I win this match, I'm going to cry'.
James and longtime friend, Drake, were seated courtside to watch his son, Bronny James, return to the court for the first time this season. But Corona Centennial held on to win the Open Division title.
Charles Barkley says he's rooting for the Knicks to succeed, but he doesn’t share the same enthusiasm for the Nets. He said during a conference call that he’s rooting against Brooklyn.
Diaz, as always, stole the show and had the crowd roaring at the end.