With their 13th loss in a row, the Knicks have set a franchise record for longest losing streak. Have things officially hit rock bottom in the Big Apple?
As if the 2014-2015 season wasn’t becoming difficult enough, now the Cleveland Cavaliers must play a stretch without LeBron James. How should they handle this?
The Western Conference is filled with many contenders. Might the Dallas Mavericks be the best of the bunch?
It takes hard work and dedication to become an elite player in the NBA. Which athletes are heading in the right direction?
Reasons for the high prices may be due to the level of play or the jersey name, but all 7 of these teams will cost you a pretty penny to see in person.
In a Western Conference that’s proven to be deeper than it’s ever been, it appears that anyone can win. However, in a sport where the favorites usually prevail, is this the year an 8-seed finally takes the championship?
NBA games on Christmas Day have been a running tradition since the 1947 season. Here’s a look at four of the most memorable Christmas Day moments in NBA history.
Kobe Bryant just passed Michael Jordan on the All-Time Scoring list, but we know the Black Mamba’s not content to rest on his laurels. Can he catch the Mailman?
Detroit may have waived him for cap relief and an attempt to save their season, but Josh Smith certainly isn’t out of the NBA just yet.
Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player ever, and few things hold onto their mojo more than old basketball sneakers.
It takes incredible ability to make it to the NBA at all, and the best players in the league might as well be on another planet when it comes to basketball.
The 2014 NBA Draft Class was supposed to be one of the best ever. Has it lived up to that hype so far?
Anytime Dirk Nowitzki gets behind a microphone, the results are golden. His take on a Run DMC classic is no different.
Good defense may win championships, but good offense is always fun to watch.
Rajon Rondo is the subject of trade rumors every season, but this year the talks seem a whole lot more substantial.
The new Kings ownership has some fairly interesting ideas on how the game of basketball can be played. For one, he’s an advocate of cherry picking.
It might feel like the NBA season just started, but teams are already figuring out what’s working and who needs to go.
The first firing of the NBA season came earlier than expected, but we’re already looking ahead to who might be calling the shots for Sacramento next.
Kobe Bryant is screaming at his teammates for their poor play this year, but how bad would the Lakers have to be to crack their all time futility list?
While people like to think of basketball as a predominantly American sport, the truth is that the international game is on equal footing with the U.S.’s talent.
Athletes typically stay away from political or controversial topics, but the Ferguson and Eric Garner situations have shifted those scales.
Down low in the post or stretching the floor out to beyond the arc, there’s several ways to play the four in the NBA, but these five are doing it the best.
The ultimate wing players can stake a claim to mastering the most versatile position on an NBA basketball court, and these five are the best playing right now.
We’re all for any way of evaluating basketball players in every way possible, but these players prove you need to see the forest for the trees.
One of the most common beliefs among NBA fans and analysts is that superstar players get the benefit of the doubt from referees, but do their teams benefit?
Where does the Philadelphia 76ers’ 17-game losing streak rank among the longest season-opening losing streaks in NBA history?
No one’s ever going to confuse Kobe for a point guard, but Bryant’s newest milestone puts him ahead of his historical peers by a significant margin.
The league has changed around conferences before, but would it ever think about trading divisions for parity? Mark Cuban thinks it might be a good call.
LeBron James is the best player in the NBA, but you’re only the best when you’re compared to your rivals.
Is it too early to start talking about this season’s NBA MVP award? Probably, but that’s not going to stop us.
The coach of Kentucky’s Sunday exhibition opponent said the Wildcats could have beaten some NBA teams with how they played. Maybe yes. Maybe no. But who cares?
We count down the five NBA franchises with the longest current streak of postseason appearances. Of course, the Spurs are No. 1. But which team comes in second?
With nearly four weeks of the NBA season gone by, which stars have had the best first month of the season? We put together a way-too-early All-NBA team.
Not all NBA teams are created equal, but no one said you had to be good to be fun to watch. Luckily, we know which ones are worth checking out.
The NBA is in the middle of a Golden Age of point guard play, but these five still stand head and shoulders above the rest.
The Cavs seem to be going through the same growing pains that Miami did in 2011, but it looks like it might be worse this time around.
Dallas owner Mark Cuban hopes the Lakers are bad for a long, long time. Of course he does. So why is it news that he said it out loud? Because it’s Mark Cuban.
The first openly gay player in any major American professional sport just announced his retirement, and it makes perfect sense.
LeBron James compared the San Antonio Spurs to the New England Patriots, which makes a lot of sense. Here are four things the Spurs and Patriots have in common.
Everyone loves team players, but at the end of the day, you win NBA games by scoring more than the other team. Scorers are important.
These NBA teams, on paper, don’t look like they have the rosters to compete. So how have they managed to win some games in the best basketball league on earth?
Before he was an NBA All-Star, LeBron James was an All State wide receiver, so why won’t he let his kids try to do the same thing?
The NBA is in the middle of fighting New Jersey’s attempt to legalize sports gambling, but Adam Silver happens to think it should actually be legal.
Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving were under the microscope for a handshake they debuted this season,but that’s just the tip of the iceberg for the NBA’s handshakes.
76ers G Michael Carter-Williams wrote an essay entitled “Don’t Talk to Me About Tanking.” That doesn’t change the truth, though: Philly’s tanking. Here’s why.
The NBA took away one of LeBron’s triple doubles this year, but does he have any reason to worry about his career total?
Dirk Nowitzki is No. 9 on the NBA all-time scoring list, and Kobe Bryant currently ranks No. 4. How high will these active players climb before they retire?
The Knicks are bringing the triangle back, but is it hurting them or are they just not very good?
It’s been two years since we saw a full season of Derrick Rose. Can he ever regain the heights of his earlier play?
NBA general managers get things wrong all the time, but they’re more qualified than most to discuss how a team is projected to do in the upcoming season.