Global Basketball News for 11 Dec 2018
The space agency invited the Golden State star to visit the Johnson Space Center, "perhaps the next time the Warriors are in town to play the Rockets."
"We did it our way." The post ‘I Needed Him’: LeBron James Says Dwyane Wade Fueled His Greatness appeared first on SLAMonline.
They also considered boycotting Sunday's practice. The post Report: Bulls Players Contacted Union Over New Coach Jim Boylen appeared first on SLAMonline.
Heat coach Erik Spoelstra speaks about Justise Winslow's growth. …
Paul George went 5 of 6 from 3-point range and scored 31 points as the Thunder beat the Jazz 122-113 on Monday night, picking up for Westbrook's off shooting night.
For the second game in a row, the Bulls were booed off their home floor following a loss to the Kings on Monday, but new coach Jim Boylen credited his team for playing "one of the better halves of the... year in the first half."
The Pelicans star can't become a free agent until 2020, but that hasn't slowed the endless chatter and rumors linking him to a Celtics team in need of a supreme talent.
Philadelphia guard Jimmy Butler left Monday night's 116-102 victory over Detroit with a groin strain and was declared out for the rest of the game.
Bulls guard Zach LaVine said he had a private meeting with coach Jim Boylen Sunday after players met with the coach and front office to discuss team issues.
The NBA reached a multiyear partnership with The Stars Group, giving rights to the international gaming operator to use official NBA betting data and league marks and logos.
Former NBA player Shareef Abdur-Rahim has been named the new president of the G League.
Using the Puma Jet to surprise kids in his hometown is just one of the ways the Warriors big man is making a splash with his new sneaker company.
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Five takeaways from the Miami Heat's 108-105 loss to the Los Angeles Lakers (17-10) on Monday at Staples Center. The loss dropped the Heat to 11-15 this season and 2-1 …
The final meeting between future Hall of Famers Dwyane Wade and LeBron James did not disappoint. In a back-and-forth game, the Lakers outlasted the Heat 108-105 on Monday at Staples …
The Pelicans are scuffling, as shown in their loss Monday to the short-handed Celtics. But Anthony Davis' belief in his team remains strong.
Magic rookie center Mo Bamba did not play against the Mavericks on Monday night because he violated team rules, coach Steve Clifford said.
Five Boston Celtics including Kyrie Irving, Al Horford and Gordon Hayward will miss Monday night's game against New Orleans, but the Pelicans will have Anthony Davis in the startling lineup despite a... right hip contusion.
John Wall is sitting out Monday's game at Indiana due to bone spurs in his left heel and could be out longer, with coach Scott Brooks saying the Wizards still have a "few more days" before making "the... next decision."
It's fair to say that the Toronto Raptors will only go as far as Kawhi Leonard takes them, but the importance of Kyle Lowry should not be understated either. Leonard's playing at an MVP level, but... while Lowry started the season scorching hot and making a fifth all-star appearance selection appear to be a no-brainer, […]
Boylen who replaced the fired Fred Hoiberg, has taken an old-school, hard-edge approach to coaching the young Bulls. It isn't working.
Following his first full-contact practice with the Golden State Warriors' G League affiliate, DeMarcus Cousins said he is not worried about how his surgically repaired Achilles will hold up.
Jason Williams, aka White Chocolate, became a basketball icon for his flashy play on the court. In a recent visit to the NBA Store in NYC, J-Will spoke about how he cultivated his creative instincts.... Since retiring, he’s continued to keep it real with his supporters--including a pair of Kings fans that traveled all the […] The post Jason Williams Shares His Crossover Secrets | SLAM Profiles appeared first on SLAMonline.