LeBron James was suspended one game for his role in a bloody altercation with the Pistons' Isaiah Stewart during the teams' game on Sunday.
Lakers forward LeBron James was suspended by the NBA on Monday for one game without pay.
The Sacramento Kings fired coach Luke Walton on Sunday after getting off to a disappointing start in his third season in charge.
Centics center Enes Kanter is coming hard for Lebron over his Nike connection.
The WNBA’s playoff format change has officially been approved, the league announced Thursday.
Craig, Brett, and Davis discuss a few big questions surrounding the NBA as uncertainty looms for some teams and players.
LOS ANGELES (AP) — Staples Center is getting a new name. Starting Christmas Day, it will be Crypto.com Arena.
He said it with a smile, something others might have expressed out of irritation, disillusionment.
A four-game losing streak has led to heightened speculation about Kings coach Luke Walton's future in Sacramento with a new report suggesting …
Klay Thompson’s eagerly anticipated return to the Warriors may happen a little sooner than expected.
The Green Bay Packers were fined $300,000 and quarterback Aaron Rodgers and receiver Allen Lazard were fined $14,650 by the NFL for violating …
WASHINGTON (AP) — President Joe Biden welcomed the NBA champion Milwaukee Bucks to the White House on Monday, praising team members not just f…
Got a problem? Blame it on Kyrie Irving.
After he scored eight points and the Lakers dropped an ugly 105-90 game to the Portland Trail Blazers at the Moda Center on Saturday night, We…
The Nets would welcome Kyrie Irving back with open arms if he becomes eligible to play at Barclays Center again.
Ben Simmons’ refusal to accept the 76ers’ assistance to address his mental readiness to play is frustrating the organization.
After a loss at Washington last week, Atlanta Hawks star Trae Young calmly aired some of his frustrations with the way NBA games are being off…
Thank you NBA. Thank you Monty McCutcheon. Thank you referees.
Michael Jordan sneakers break auction record, selling for $1.47 million
The basketball star wore the red and white sneakers during his fifth NBA game in his rookie season with the Chicago Bulls on Nov. 1, 1984.