- Rockets finalizing deal for D'Antoni, sources says
- MVP Curry, LeBron highlight All-NBA First Team
- Cuban open to being VP pick, however 'slim'
- Wizards' Morris detained for suspected marijuana
The saga of rapper Lil B (aka The Based God) and Kevin Durant may be one of the most epic of all Twitter feuds -- but now, something crazy has happened. The Thunder are winning big.
The Rockets are finalizing a four-year deal to make Mike D'Antoni their new head coach, sources said, and now will look to lure a defensive specialist to the staff.
With James Harden dominating the ball and Houston needing help on defense, how good a match is Mike D'Antoni and the Rockets? Kevin Pelton looks at the pros and cons.
Oklahoma City's combination with 6-foot-10 Serge Ibaka at center has been the Thunder's most potent against the Warriors. Here's why.
Stephen Curry (unanimous selection), LeBron James, Russell Westbrook, Kawhi Leonard and DeAndre Jordan have made the All-NBA First Team, the league announced Thursday.
Mavs owner Mark Cuban is "wide open" to being a vice presidential candidate for either party, but said his chances of being chosen are "slim to none."
"A suspicious item" triggered a search of Markieff Morris' suitcase and "suspected marijuana" was found during the secondary search Thursday at Philadelphia's airport, officials told CSN Philly.
Cavs coach Tyronn Lue has called for LeBron James to be more assertive and to set the tone early vs. the Raptors in Game 6 of the Eastern Conference finals.
Tom Haberstroh uses SportVU data to show that even if Steph Curry is playing hurt, he isn't playing slower -- he's actually going faster.
Court records in Los Angeles show Khloe Kardashian again filed for divorce from former NBA player Lamar Odom on Thursday, citing irreconcilable differences.
What's wrong with Steph Curry and Golden State? Why has OKC dominated? What are the Warriors' chances of making a comeback? Our 5-on-5 team forecasts the Western Conference finals before Game 5.
A win away from eliminating the record-busting defending champion Warriors, the Oklahoma City Thunder just keep shocking the basketball world.
OKC rookie coach Billy Donovan has been pushing all the right buttons in the playoffs, but the process has been a long, often uncomfortable road.
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Kevin Love didn't play a minute in the fourth quarter -- again. That's because he had the game of his life in just three quarters on Wednesday night to help the Cavaliers re-establish their dominance in the Eastern Conference finals. ...
Despite its pivotal nature, Game 5 wasn't one LeBron James said he approached with trepidation, and his calm translated to the Cavs' winning effort.
Toronto got pummeled 116-78 on Wednesday, falling behind 3-2 in the East finals and handing the momentum back to Cleveland.
Long before the Warriors, Bill Russell's San Francisco Dons thrilled Bay Area fans. Today, those USF players see themselves in Steph Curry & Co., writes Baxter Holmes.
The Warriors won a title thanks to their organization's positive, open-minded approach. Down 3-1 to the Thunder, their culture faces its biggest challenge yet.
Is David Fizdale a good hire for the Grizzlies? Will the team keep free agent Mike Conley? Our crew forecasts the future for Memphis.
The big trades, the big free agents, the big decisions. Our NBA Insiders go 5-on-5 on 16 teams, leading with Dwyane Wade, Hassan Whiteside and the Heat.
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LeBron James, Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving ended this one early. Stats & Info looks at the areas in which each of the 'Big 3' broke out.
Can the Warriors shock OKC and overcome a 3-1 deficit? If so, they need to look like the Warriors that won 73 games. Kevin Pelton has the facts on a potential comeback.
David Fizdale, an assistant with the Heat, has agreed to a 4-year deal to become head coach of the Grizzlies, according to multiple reports.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said Steph Curry, who sprained his MCL in the first round, might not be "where he needs to be," but he is not injured.
'I don't deal with losing well. ... I have to be better. I know this team energy goes as I go.'
ESPN Chalk breaks down the betting odds for both of the NBA conference championship series, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.
What do you really know about Russell Westbrook? Royce Young has 39 little-known facts on the most interesting man in the NBA.
Steve Kerr publicly pleaded for Warriors fans to arrive early for Game 5 despite 6 p.m. tip. It didn't work.
One unintended consequence of a 6pm start time
Warriors running with their same starting lineup as always
Key stats from Steph Curry's Game 5 warmup: 5-of-7 from near halfcourt logo (hit last five), 0-of-5 from the tunnel.
Kerr on whether Curry is hurt: "When you're an athlete playing at a high level, you compete. And you don't sit here and go, well my toe hurts, or my knee hurts or my foot hurts. Everybody's got nicks and bruises and stuff at this time of year. You know, it hasn't been the ideal postseason for Steph obviously with the injuries, and the stops and starts to his playoff run. But it doesn't matter. Everyone deals with stuff. Ask Oklahoma City, the injuries they've dealt with over the years in their playoff runs. Doesn't matter. You play, you do your best, you give whatever you can, and you see what happens."
Warriors fans greeted Steph Curry with an MVP chant.
Steve Kerr was asked if he has considered lineup changes: "Maybe."
View from two courtside seats purchased for tonight's Game 5 on StubHub for $16,000 each
Kerr on adjustments: "We're going to do some different things and I'm not going to tell you what they are."