With the final few nervous days of the regular season looming, we take the pulse of Memphis star forward Zach Randolph.
Trying (and failing) to get high-scoring Al Jefferson, ever the gentleman, to lash out about his All-Star snub.
Who will win the Western Conference? Hey, let's ask David Thorpe.
The NBA is back. In case your attention was elsewhere this offseason, the ESPN.com NBA crew has an update on what you missed.
With an assist from my good buddies over at ESPN Stats & Info, here are some numbers of note as the NBA prepares to open its 67th season Tuesday evening:26: No team has made it to a fourth straight NBA Finals, as Miami is trying to do, in 26 seasons.
The magic number, on the eve of the regular season is 439.As in: There are 439 players on NBA rosters heading into Opening Night after Monday's final wave of cuts.
Sounds like Kevin Durant was amused to hear ESPN's Jalen Rose predicting that Durant will leave Oklahoma City as a free agent in the summer of 2016 to join the Houston Rockets.
For the last three decades, Doug Collins has essentially had two careers.So it was inevitable, when Collins left the coaching business in the spring, that he’d be returning to his broadcasting seat in the fall.
The notion of Roy Hibbert securing permission from FIBA to represent the United States in international competition is no longer seen by interested observers as an outright impossibility.
Monday is media day for 23 teams in the NBA, but there are lots of familiar names who will miss out on the festivities.ESPN.com has compiled a handy list if you're curious: 32 players who ended last season on an NBA roster and have yet to find a new team.
After two seasons in Turkey, former Lakers and Nets guard Sasha Vujacic is determined to force his way back into the NBA.Sources briefed on the Slovenian's thinking told ESPN.
LAS VEGAS -- Paul George is well aware of chatter back home in Los Angeles.He knows that edgy Lakers fans, already suggesting moves their team should make in the summer of 2014 with fistfuls of salary-cap space in the wake of Dwight Howard's departure, are lobbying L.
It's not just the Dallas Mavericks who've nudged their way into the race for Greg Oden along with NBA Finals combatants Miami and San Antonio.There are growing indications that the New Orleans Pelicans are going to be a factor in the Oden chase as well.
The market for guard Nate Robinson is likely to expand as free agency approaches its third week, but the identity of at least one suitor for Robinson is clear.
It is arguably the biggest remaining source of intrigue in NBA free agency outside of the Andrew Bynum saga:This ever-evolving Point Guard Dance involving the Milwaukee Bucks and Atlanta Hawks.