The one-horse Knicks coaching derby should come to its conclusion this week. Steve Kerr is scheduled to broadcast Game 1 of the second-round NBA playoff series between the Thunder and…
The San Antonio Spurs barely had time to exhale Sunday after a grueling seven-game series with the Dallas Mavericks before an even more demanding test was presented.
John Wall was the No. 1 pick in the 2010 NBA draft. Damian Lillard hit perhaps the signature shot of the opening round of these playoffs.
After a nail-biting triumph in Toronto, the Brooklyn Nets are moving on to Miami.
Led by Tony Parker’s 32 points, the Spurs ended a physical series with a Game 7 rout and advanced to face the Trail Blazers.
Coach Jason Kidd will have to rely on the flexibility of his roster and an unorthodox brand of basketball to succeed against Miami in the second round of the playoffs.
If you wanted to see clearly into how all the various components of the modern media ecosystem interact, you could not come up with a better real-time experiment than the Donald Sterling story.
Bounced from the first round a year ago, the Nets earned a measure of redemption as Joe Johnson scored 26 points and Paul Pierce blocked Toronto’s final shot.
Faced with the possibility of having a second straight season end with a Game 7 loss, the San Antonio Spurs played with emotion and let Tony Parker have some fun.