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NBA commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA executive director Michele Roberts will tour the National Civil Rights Museum during events to honor the 50th anniversary of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s death.
The viewing routine of an NBA fan in the UK has come a long way, but keeping up with events on the other side of the Atlantic still requires a dedication bordering on the obsessive.
London's O2 Arena will host some of the NBA's best international stars on Thursday, but the production line of British talent has never fully realized its potential. Motez Bishara investigates why.
At the halfway point of the NBA season, let's check in on some trends in a year when uniform colors and rules were turned upside-down.
In what is believed to be a league first, the Bulls organized a special trip for the players to take their moms on the team's charter as they traveled to New York for Chicago's game against the Knicks.
Rodney Hood knocked the cell phone out of a fan's hand after the Jazz guard was ejected following his second technical foul of the night.
Rockets guard Chris Paul did not hold back his thoughts on veteran referee Scott Foster after Wednesday's win over Portland, adding to the growing tension between players and officials.
Bulls rookie Lauri Markkanen made the most of his first game at Madison Square Garden, hitting eight 3-pointers and finishing with a career-best 33 points in a 122-119 double-overtime win over the Knicks.
Kevin Durant is now the second-youngest player behind LeBron James to reach the 20,000-point plateau.
Filling the void created by James Harden's injury, Chris Paul took 29 shots and scored 37 points, hitting several big buckets in crunch time to lead Houston past Portland.
Minnesota Timberwolves point guard Jeff Teague was back in the lineup Wednesday night against the Oklahoma City Thunder after missing seven games with a sprained MCL in his left knee.
After planning to sign Jamil Wilson to a 10-day deal, the Lakers reneged on the deal Wednesday after a TMZ report surfaced that a woman has filed a lawsuit in Los Angeles County Superior Court alleging she contracted an STD from Wilson while dating him.
Cleveland Cavaliers coach Tyronn Lue opened Wednesday's practice with an extensive film session to address his team's defensive woes, with his team reeling from six losses in its past nine games.
Indiana Pacers center Myles Turner will miss the next two games with an injured right elbow.
James Johnson and Serge Ibaka each have been suspended one game each without pay for exchanging punches in Tuesday night's game in Toronto.
Golden State Warriors guard Stephen Curry is out for tonight's home game against the LA Clippers with a sprained right ankle. Curry is being evaluated after slipping and falling to the hardwood during shootaround Wednesday.
Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Isaiah Thomas was fined $20,000 for striking Minnesota Timberwolves forward Andrew Wiggins above the shoulders, the league announced Wednesday. Thomas said after the game that it was inadvertent.
After losing his brother to cancer as a child, Marcus Smart knows too well how devastating the disease can be. That understanding helped form a bond with a New Hampshire teen battling leukemia who made the trip to London to root for her favorite guard.
Which is the better team and the bigger threat to the Warriors? Which squad facing star player uncertainties has the brighter future? Our NBA Insiders go 5-on-5.
Kevin Durant, who enters Wednesday's game against the Clippers just 25 points shy of the 20,000-point mark, is on the cusp of becoming the second-youngest player in NBA history to reach that milestone.