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A fully healthy Quincy Pondexter has reached an agreement on a one-year deal with the Spurs, league sources told ESPN.
As Manu Ginobili calls it a career after 16 years with the Spurs, we look back at the 20 most memorable moments No. 20 gave the basketball world.
Manu Ginobili announces his retirement from basketball Monday, after 16 seasons with the San Antonio Spurs.
Josh Harris, managing partner for the Philadelphia 76ers, told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski that while the general manager search is expanding, the team may decide to keep their interim structure for the coming season, saying "we aren't going to compromise."
How does LeBron's move to L.A. change the playoff race and lottery picture? We unveil our first look at the 2018-19 Basketball Power Index.
LeBron James joining the purple and gold has created a dilemma for some die-hard Kobe Bryant fans in China.
Milwaukee's city attorney says police officers did nothing wrong when they used a stun gun on Bucks guard Sterling Brown during his arrest over a parking violation in January.
Former Golden State Warriors guard Nick Young was arrested Friday night in Hollywood, California, according to online court records.
Celtics guard Terry Rozier doesn't want to make any grand predictions about what his team will accomplish during the 2018-19 season but he's quite bullish on their potential to be a title contender.
Hype. Scrutiny. Hate. Kevin Love, Luke Walton and Adam Silver recognize the pressure players face today. So, what's the future of mental health in the NBA?
Kobe Bryant says LeBron James wouldn't have signed with the Lakers if he didn't expect to win championships. So even the most diehard Kobe fans will "fall in line" for James as a Laker, he says.
Entering his 21st NBA season, 41-year-old Vince Carter, newly signed as a Hawk, still isn't ready to call this season his last. "I love to play, man. I have a young guy's mentality with a 40-year-old body," he says.
Stars such as Kevin Love and DeMar DeRozan opening up has been an important step, but the stigma of mental health issues remains alive in NBA locker rooms.
James Harden, discussing Carmelo Anthony's addition to the Rockets' lineup, says "it's going to be easy" thanks to "talented, high-IQ guys around who love to communicate and love to figure things out."