The biggest mystery surrounding the Golden State Warriors’ run at history is how motivated San Antonio will be to stop it.
After 20 years, two NBA Finals meetings and countless major moments, Kobe Bryant cherishes the history and tradition of the Los Angeles Lakers’ rivalry with the Boston Celtics.
The Nets lost their fifth straight game after announcing that Brook Lopez and Thaddeus Young would sit out the rest of the season.
The Golden State Warriors play so well after they lose, it makes one wonder why they don’t do it more often.
The Indiana Pacers beat the Knicks, 92-87, at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night to tie for seventh place in the Eastern Conference.
The pain of a rare home loss disappeared quickly for Stephen Curry and the Golden State Warriors. Just like the other seven defeats this season, it was followed with yet another win.
Paul George returned from an injured ankle to make the tiebreaking jumper with 23.6 seconds left, and the Indiana Pacers beat the New York Knicks 92-87 on Sunday night to tie for seventh place in the Eastern Conference.
LeBron James said it felt like playing three games in three nights, yet as the Cleveland Cavaliers have for most of the season, they passed the test.
Jimmy Butler scored 25 points on 10-of-11 shooting, Pau Gasol had 16 points and eight rebounds and the Chicago Bulls held off a second-half surge by the Milwaukee Bucks for a 102-98 win Sunday night.
Gordon Hayward led five Utah players in double figures with 22 points, and the Jazz boosted their playoff chances with a 101-86 win over the Phoenix Suns on Sunday.
Nikola Vucevic scored 25 points off the bench, Victor Oladipo and Evan Fournier added 22 points each and the Orlando Magic topped the struggling Memphis Grizzlies 119-107 on Sunday night.
Kristaps Porzingis ain't done yet. Porzingis hasn't given up on his rookie season, showing progress with his right-shoulder strain by lifting his arm over his head in a demonstration for reporters in the Knicks' locker room before they played host to the Pacers Sunday night. The rookie phenom wasn't able to do that in Dallas…
Kurt Rambis went from Arron Afflalo's coach to his agent for one weird, brief moment after Sunday's 92-87 loss to the Pacers. Afflalo scored 13 of his 15 points in the fourth quarter, nearly spearheading an improbable comeback victory. Afflalo had been embroiled in a rift of sorts with Rambis, who demoted him to the…
The Knicks haven’t shut down their season yet. At least not officially.
Carmelo Anthony received what was referred to as a “rest” day on Sunday.