- Mutombo denies he let Biyombo use finger wag
- Fizdale-to-Grizzlies gaining steam, sources say
- TNT's Sager to receive Jimmy V award at ESPYS
- Love hurt stepping on ref's foot, sits again in 4th
Dikembe Mutombo denied giving Bismack Biyombo permission to use his signature finger-wag celebration, telling TMZ, "I don't know when that conversation took place. Him and I need to talk."
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Heat assistant coach David Fizdale has moved into the lead in Memphis' fluid search for a new head coach, a source close to the process told ESPN.com on Tuesday night.
Turner Sports reporter Craig Sager has been selected to receive the Jimmy V Perseverance Award at the ESPYS in July.
The Warriors worry that their emotional leader has no margin for error, but Draymond Green, after escaping suspension for his low blow, plans to feed off boos in Game 4 in Oklahoma City.
For the first time as Cavaliers head coach, Tyronn Lue looked like a rookie. But don't expect those miscues to follow him into a critical Game 5.
After looking unstoppable in the first two rounds of the playoffs, the Cavs' weak links on defense have been exposed by Toronto.
Kevin Love did not play in the fourth quarter for the Cavaliers for the second straight game during Monday's loss to the Raptors, in which he was hurt when he stepped on a referee's foot.
Seton Hall sophomore Isaiah Whitehead will stay in the NBA draft and not return for his junior season.
The Raptors are headed to Cleveland, where they lost Games 1 and 2 by a combined 50 points, and they know they must improve in order to win Game 5.
Left for dead like his team, Kyle Lowry put the Raptors on his back on Monday, scoring 35 points to help them even their series with the Cavaliers.
The mission was to find black folks who spend time -- any amount of time -- talking about sports in terms of advanced analytics, and the mission failed. Why are blacks not feeling the sports metrics movement?
After letting Cleveland erase an 18-point deficit on Monday night, Toronto won its second straight game at home to tie the Eastern Conference finals 2-2. Kyle Lowry (35 points) and DeMar DeRozan (32 points) led the way for the Raptors.
The Cavaliers overcame an 18-point deficit with a second-half surge, but they ran out of gas late in the fourth quarter as Toronto tied the series.
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LeBron James says he'll pay Cleveland teammate Dahntay Jones' $80 fine, which was part of Jones' punishment for punching Toronto's Bismack Biyombo in the groin.
'From this point on, we have to treat every game like a Game 7'.
The Cavs are going home tied 2-2 with the Raptors, and Drake implies Kyrie Irving is to blame.
Should the NBA have suspended Draymond Green, or do you agree with the league's leniency?
Golden State's 133-105 loss to Oklahoma City in Game 3 tied for the 14th-worst defeat of a conference No. 1 seed in NBA playoff history.
Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook have formed a partnership on the offensive end of the court that may be hard for KD to give up this summer.
Should the Lakers focus on Dragan Bender, not Ben Simmons or Brandon Ingram? Is Bender the next Kristaps Porzingis or Draymond Green? Chad Ford and Kevin Pelton debate Bender's upside.
Former NBA player Kermit Washington has been arrested by federal agents in Los Angeles.
Former NBA player Etan Thomas has called out a woman he says denied him a seat next to her on a crowded train only to offer it to another passenger.
What's with all the shots to the groin in the NBA? Tom Haberstroh digs into the NBA's long history of the most underhanded of moves.
Oklahoma City was able to respond to its Game 2 loss with an emphatic 28-point win, and it now believes it has the pieces to upset the Warriors.
The Orlando Magic formally introduced Frank Vogel as the franchise's new coach on Monday, three days after announcing his hiring.
Are the Golden State Warriors done? Or do you still believe in the 73-win team?
Celtics executive Danny Ainge laid out a roadmap for the future that avoids shortcuts that are not in the best long-term interest of the club.
The Warriors completely unraveled as the Thunder relentlessly and repeatedly destroyed them in transition. Not even the "Death Lineup" could stop OKC.
Brian Shaw will join Luke Walton's staff in Los Angeles as associate head coach, sources told ESPN.
All this athleticism. All this length. Kevin Durant, Russell Westbrook and the rest of the OKC Thunder have never looked more freight-trainy
Question of the Night: Why would Kevin Durant ever leave the most athletic team in the league?
Rick Pitino said he expects Chinanu Onuaku to stay in the NBA draft. Nothing official yet, though, from the Louisville big man.
The Draymond Green tripping video on the big screens is a staple of every timeout. They haven't shown Russell Westbrook's trip yet.
Russell Westbrook is well on his way to a triple-double. Steph Curry is well on his way to a 3-1 deficit.
Curry has been awful. Now 1-of-10 with 2 missed FTs
Steph Curry has missed a wide-open 3 and a free throw. The apocalypse is here.
Stephen Curry either isn't entirely healthy, or the Thunder are just doing an exceptional job on him. He's had 3 blocked by Steven Adams, and hasn't been able to finish at the rim. Just 1-8 shooting midway through the second.
The most underrated play of the series was Durant reaching over to help Kanter vs. Curry in Game 1. Blew up a Warrior advantage w/out moving
The Chesapeake Energy Arena big screens have shown Draymond Green's trip of Enes Kanter many times, including during this timeout.
Steph Curry has more turnovers (2) than buckets (1-8 FG). Golden State is fortunate to be within a quick strike.
Curry's missed a few around the rim so far. Now 1-of-8
A strong first interview, according to NBA coaching sources, earned David Fizdale a return trip to Memphis to meet with Grizzlies officials
Dikembe Mutombo says of Raptors C Bismack Biyombo: "He doesn't need my permission to do (the finger wag). Bismack is my youngest brother. I have nothing to be made at him for." Mutombo and Biyombo text frequently with Mutombo always sending Biyombo positive messages of support.
Russell Westbrook kicked his left leg out on that missed 3 looking to draw a foul on Draymond Green, then tripped him.
Steve Kerr is giving the Death Lineup another go. Oklahoma City gladly goes small, too.
Kevin Durant has turned into the best goalie in the NBA. You can't get anything past him.
Free throws: Kevin Durant 8, Warriors 7
Durant's defense has had a big early impact