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Conversations between the NBA and National Basketball Players Association regarding the one-and-done entry rule have centered on lowering the minimum age requirement, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
OKC and Minnesota have tough roads ahead. Zach Lowe highlights the problems for both teams so far and the key things to watch going forward.
LeBron and the Cavs need to find a way to shut down Victor Oladipo in order to avoid giving the Pacers a chance to clinch at home on Friday.
Trade discussions could heat up if the Spurs and Leonard don't see eye-to-eye on a new contract. Our NBA Insiders give four deals that work.
The Commission on College Basketball, wanting to "be bold in our recommendations," wants the NCAA to minimize one-and-done and ban cheating coaches for life.
With Gregg Popovich expected to take the lead, the Spurs plan to meet with Kawhi Leonard over the summer to gauge whether the sides can work out their differences, sources told ESPN.
After missing six weeks, the Celtics' resident pest returned to make things miserable for the Bucks and cheer up his ailing mother.
Heat star Dwyane Wade acknowledged that he has considered the possibility of retiring but said he isn't ready to make a final decision until later in the offseason.
Two years removed from one of the worst seasons in NBA history, Philly is moving on in the playoffs -- and thinking big.
The Celtics appeared to get away with a shot clock violation late in Game 5, to the annoyance of the Bucks.
Golden State was in control from the outset, then hung on to eliminate the Spurs and perhaps put the finishing touches on an era.
Giannis Antetokounmpo was limited to 10 shots from the field in Tuesday's Game 5 loss in Boston, and afterward, he said he has "got to be more aggressive, make more plays" in Game 6.