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Ray Allen, Grant Hill, Jason Kidd and Steve Nash headline a star-studded group of 13 being enshrined in Springfield in September.
Kobe Bryant, who had also suffered an Achilles injury, reached out to his friend Richard Sherman and proved to be a sounding board during his recovery.
Luol Deng agreed to a significant give-back of $7.5 million in his contract buyout with the Lakers, clearing $38 million in salary cap space for 2019 free agency, league sources told ESPN.
Luol Deng and the Lakers have reached an agreement that will buy out the final two years of the veteran forward's four-year, $72 million contract, sources told ESPN.
The 76ers have been granted permission to interview Golden State's Larry Harris, Houston's Gersson Rosas and Utah's Justin Zanik for the franchise's vacant general manager job, league sources told ESPN.
Cavaliers guard J.R. Smith was issued a desk ticket for misdemeanor criminal mischief after allegedly throwing a fan's cell phone into a construction site last month.
The Rockets are sending Ryan Anderson and De'Anthony to the Suns in exchange for Marquese Chriss and Brandon Knight, league sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.
After a successful run in the NBA summer league, Jaren Jackson Jr. and Nike signed off on a multiyear footwear and apparel deal, sources confirmed to ESPN's Nick DePaula.
The NBA is relaxing its sneaker rules, but that change wasn't in time for these players, who were warned -- and in some cases fined -- for their shoes.
Jeffrey David, who joined the Miami Heat as their chief revenue officer in July, is under federal investigation for embezzlement after the Sacramento Kings, his former team, uncovered suspicious financial transactions, the Kings said Thursday.
Clyde Frazier, when asked where he'd rank Kevin Durant on a list of all-time players, said he would dock the two-time Finals MVP for joining "a team that really didn't need him."
David West, who played more than 1,000 games during his 15 seasons in the NBA, has retired after winning two championships with the Warriors.
Basketball's biggest stakeholders have come together to make an unprecedented agreement that will allow the NBA to begin formally working with the nation's top teenagers to help prepare them for pro careers.
The San Antonio Spurs have signed Quincy Pondexter, adding a forward in the same week veteran star Manu Ginobili announced his retirement.
In Tuesday night's debut episode of "The Shop," Lakers star LeBron James discussed his commitment to speaking out on social issues -- even if doing so has cost him in popularity.
In another move aimed at allowing its players to be more expressive on the court, the NBA will allow sneakers of any color at any point during the 2018-19 season, sources said.
Manu Ginobili always thought this past NBA season would be his last, he wrote in a column for the Argentine newspaper La Nación. Despite announcing his retirement on Monday, Ginobili wrote he still plans to be involved with the team.
An angry New York Knicks fan sold his fanhood for a total of $3,450 and will root for the Los Angeles Lakers this season.
One year ago, in between playing one-on-one with his "Uncle Drew" body double and filming an epic dance scene in Atlanta, Kyrie Irving's basketball future hung in the balance.
Celtics president Danny Ainge said that Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward will have no restrictions when players begin pickup play ahead of the late September start of training camp.