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According to Cleveland.com, Ante Zizic boarded a flight to Croatia on Friday morning to return to his native land for the first time in almost year.
The Wolves' Jimmy Butler hopes a great 2018-19 will mean more money next summer, a strategy that worked for him while with the Bulls.
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The Nuggets will unload $21 million in salary in a trade-and-waive move involving Isaiah Whitehead that sends Kenneth Faried, Darrell Arthur and two picks to the Nets, sources told ESPN.
Veteran guard Jeremy Lin, who played only one game last season because of a ruptured patellar tendon, has been traded by the Nets to the Atlanta Hawks, league sources told ESPN.
Isaiah Thomas agreed to a one-year, $2M deal with the Nuggets, his fourth team in a year. It's high-reward, low-risk for Denver, and for Thomas, a chance to re-establish himself on a winning team before re-entering free agency next offseason.
Wayne Ellington has agreed to a one-year deal with the Heat for $6.27 million, sources tell ESPN's Chris Haynes.
It is premature to throw the word 'hope' around New York's chances to contend in 2018-19, but their future prospects have shined in Las Vegas.
Former Knicks forward Charles Oakley was arrested in Las Vegas and charged with committing a fraudulent act while gambling.
Charles Barkley has the longest odds (6,000-1) to win the American Century celebrity golf tournament, while Mark Mulder and Tony Romo are the favorites.
Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge said Wednesday that LeBron James' departure from the Eastern Conference doesn't change his expectations for his team, nor does it ease the road to claiming the conference.
Jonas Never told ESPN he covered his LeBron James mural with white paint not long after a vandal had splattered yellow paint on his work.
Chicago lottery pick Wendell Carter Jr. has consistently put together strong performances in Las Vegas.
Forward James Ennis III will sign a two-year deal with the Houston Rockets, a source confirmed to ESPN's Tim MacMahon. The second year of the contract will be a player option, the source said. Yahoo! Sports first reported the deal.
Lakers general manager Rob Pelinka said once LeBron James came aboard, his goal was to build a roster full of versatile players who are tenacious defenders in order to get past the Golden State Warriors.
The Lakers' summer league squad is finding success in Vegas. Will the prospects' play translate to the regular season?
With soccer star Cristiano Ronaldo signing for $64.5 million per season, there may finally be a comparable athlete who sets King James' true market value.
While he doesn't think the Warriors' dominance is bad for the NBA, commissioner Adam Silver said Tuesday that the league can create "a better system" for improving the current competitive landscape.