Collin Sexton has become a star with the Cavaliers. However, at one point, some of his Cavs teammates said that he didn’t ‘know how play.’
Stephen Curry is simply known as “Steph,” the greatest shooter to ever live. But did you know Stephen isn’t even his real name?
Over the years, Dennis Rodman rocked plenty of hairstyles. One of them, though, made him late for the Grand Opening of the Alamodome.
Former NBA player David Wood, who is a strong supporter of Donald Trump, staged a one-man protest at the inauguration of President Joe Biden.
In addition to his rant on Zion Williamson, Karl Malone also took shots at the New York Knicks as well as his former team, the Utah Jazz.
While getting traded is rarely fun, Caris LeVert’s move to the Indiana Pacers could have saved him from potential problems in the long run.
Juan Dixon lost both parents at a young age, but he turned that tragedy into success when he led the Maryland Terrapins to a championship.
John Wall and Bradley Beal formed a feared tandem in D.C. for years. Even after leaving the team, Wall still thinks of Beal as a brother.
Ever wonder what it would feel like to take a charge from a full-speed Zion Williamson? Well, it would be similar to getting hit by a jeep.
Portland Trail Blazer’s guard CJ McCollum will be out for an extended period of time after further testing revealed a serious injury.
Jeremy Lin was an overnight sensation before returning to irrelevance. But he recently received a lifeline from a respected NBA franchise.
11-time NBA champion Bill Russell once told six-time champ Michael Jordan that his Celtics played in a better era than did Jordan’s Bulls.
UConn legend Tate George is remembered for his buzzer-beater in the NCAA Tournament. After basketball, though, he ultimately went to prison.
Former American basketball star Amar’e Stoudemire is back in the NBA in a role few ever saw him pursuing: assistant coach.
Kevin Porter Jr.’s time as a member of the Cleveland Cavaliers seems to be over after he got into an incident with team members.
The 2015-16 Bulls were a mess. Derrick Rose, Jimmy Butler, and Joakim Noah couldn’t lead the team to the playoffs, and the locker room was toxic.
Police never had an easier time identifying the suspect in a crime than they did the day that Marvin “Bad News” Barnes tried to commandeer a bus.
Dennis Rodman was no stranger to trouble during his NBA career. He once earned himself a $50,000 fine for cursing out an entire religion.
Charles Barkley is being ridiculed for suggesting that athletes deserve to get COVID-19 vaccines sooner because they pay more in taxes.
Deni Avdija became the first Israeli-born player drafted by a lottery NBA team, where his former teammate Amar’e Stoudemire landed too.
While Michael Jordan was capable of outscoring any given opponent, he couldn’t stand the way that Reggie Miller played defense.
Third-year forward Mikal Bridges of the NBA’s Phoenix Suns eats free at Chipotle every day.
James Harden finally forced his way out of Houston to join the Brooklyn Nets, but it will cost him a cool $13 million in taxes.
Normally, when discussing NBA players, we focus on stats, not NASA internships and graduate courses. But Jaylen Brown is different.
Zion Williamson isn’t hurt, but he won’t be suiting up for the Pelicans on Wednesday night. Why is he out and is it related to COVID-19?
When Dennis Rodman joined the Dallas Mavericks, he wanted to wear number 69. David Stern and the NBA, however, had other ideas.
James Harden clearly doesn’t want to be on the Houston Rockets. His new teammate John Wall seems to already be fed up with the drama, too.
Many people forget that Andrew Bogut was a top overall pick. Is it fair to view his NBA career as a bust? It depends who you compare him to.
Men’s and women’s basketball isn’t so different according to Jaylen Brown. What does he think is the main difference between the two?
Legendary NBA coach Phil Jackson once said that Michael Jordan wouldn’t be his first pick if he were starting up his own dream team.
Kyrie Irving recently took a hiatus from the Brooklyn Nets for what he called ‘personal reasons,’ but it turns out he just wanted to party.
After a strong career at Arizona, Denver Nuggets 2020 draft pick Zeke Nnaji impressed the franchise’s front office with his musical talent.
Denver Nuggets center Nikola Jokic is a 50% shooter with the game on the line, making him the most clutch player in the NBA.
One of Cole Anthony’s biggest fans is actually a diehard basketball supporter: film director Spike Lee. He attended Anthony’s draft day.
Former NBA player and coach Brian Shaw was riddled with guilt after his parents and sister were tragically killed in 2013.
Steph Curry’s incredible rise muscled out fan-favorite, Monta Ellis, and unknowingly changed Andrew Bogut’s NBA career forever.
Giannis Antetokounmpo became a very rich man last month, but his first purchase after signing his megadeal wasn’t even on himself.
Adam Silver was put in an awkward position when he had to choose between keeping China happy or sticking to his principles. Silver made his choice clear.
Draymond Green is always one to speak his mind, and he had a passionate message for the protesters in Washington, D.C. on Wednesday.
The Orlando Magic are on the hook for $47 million to Markelle Fultz, the No. 1 pick in the 2017 NBA draft who has suffered a season-ending knee injury.
Brad Stevens is one of best coaches in the NBA. But he is also a good man, Stevens once helped out Jeff Teague in an unexpected way.
The Sacramento Kings have a lot of young talent already. The pool of talent might have just gotten deeper thanks to a smart draft pick.
The Sacramento Kings drafted Marvin Bagley III out of Duke with the second pick in the 2018 Draft, taking the lefty over Luka Doncic.
Richard Jefferson had a successful NBA career. However, soon after his final season, he sadly had to deal with his father’s murder.
Paul George is playing with some motivation early in the NBA season. He has heard a lot of negative comments about his game during the shortened offseason. After his performance in the NBA Bubble during the summer, some of those comments were warranted. The Los Angeles Clippers forward didn’t play well when they needed him …
Lonzo Ball and LaMelo Ball became stars thanks to their basketball skills and their outspoken father. How many Ball brothers are there?
Former Bulls champion Stacey King has been retired from the NBA since 1997. However, he’s still throwing down monster dunks off the court.
Draymond Green hasn’t played for the Golden State Warriors yet, but he just recently took a subtle shot at head coach Steve Kerr.
The Brooklyn Nets are legitimate title contenders with superstars Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving leading the offense.
Draft night in 2015 was a disaster for Houston Rockets forward Christian Wood, who went unpicked by NBA teams and was dumped by his girlfriend.
Wilt Chamberlain somehow averaged 48.5 minutes per game for the Warriors in 1961-1962 when he set the NBA single-season scoring record.