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Atlanta Hawks guard Dennis Schroder, who was arrested and charged with misdemeanor battery in September, could face felony aggravated battery based on the recommendation by Georgia officials.
Erik Spoelstra, who missed Sunday's game for the birth of his first child, Santiago Ray Spoelstra, will be back to coach the Miami Heat for Tuesday's game against the Cleveland Cavaliers.
NBA fans will be able to buy the right to see parts of non-national TV games for a small fee, the league and its digital partner Turner Sports announced Tuesday.
LiAngelo Ball is making himself available for the NBA draft, agent Harrison Gaines told Yahoo! Sports.
Cleveland's five-game winning streak is on the line in Miami as the Cavs look to tighten their grip on the East's third seed.
The Warriors coach shares his list of the players who have made the biggest impact on the game during his time in the NBA.
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Knicks center Enes Kanter said that Nike and other companies have shied away from signing him to endorsement deals because of his outspoken criticisms of the Turkish government.
Celtics forward Marcus Morris limped to the locker room after suffering a sprained right ankle when he came down on the foot of Phoenix's Troy Daniels. He did not return.
LeBron James has faced off against his counterpart Dwyane Wade before. But this is the first season in which the two have been teammates one moment and opponents the next.
As the new owner of the Saints and Pelicans following the death of her husband Tom, Gayle Benson said she will not sell the teams and is "very happy to continue his legacy."
Isaiah Thomas has been excused from the Los Angeles Lakers to evaluate treatment options for his sore hip.
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The Philadelphia 76ers say Markelle Fultz is available to play for the first time since October against the Denver Nuggets on Monday night.
In late January, comedian Tony Roberts sat courtside at a Pelicans game and realized he was wearing the same warm-ups as the team. His subsequent waltz onto the floor, bizarre calisthenics and air ball gave us an epic viral security guard finger wag.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall is not planning to change his style whatsoever when he returns from his latest knee surgery -- whenever that might be.
Chris Herren, who played for the Denver Nuggets and Boston Celtics, is launching a wellness center aimed at helping people avoid and break free of substance abuse.
Zeke Upshaw of the G League's Grand Rapids Drive died Monday, two days after he collapsed on the court near the end of a game and was rushed to a hospital. He was 26.
The Rockets are the NBA's first to 60 wins, while the Eastern Conference's longest active winning streak belongs to the playoff-bound 76ers, who are back in the postseason for the first time since 2012.
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