The Jazz could use depth from a player who can play the four and the five but matching money to bring Derrick Favors back is a long shot.
by: Donnovan Bennett — Sportsnet 7h
The intentions behind the question on gun violence posed to the Raptors president can be debated endlessly. That it was asked at all makes one thing clear: We need to reconsider the voices we elevate in Canadian sports media.
by: Jacob Rude — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 12h
The Brooklyn Nets’ hiring of Steve Nash could potentially open the door for Chauncey Billups. Would the Pelicans take a risk by hiring him?
by: Paul Taylor — Fansided: Tip of the Tower 13h
While there are no guarantees at this stage, there are several indications that Masai Ujiri will agree a contract extension with the Toronto Raptors to rem...
by: Jeff Zillgitt, USA TODAY — USA Today 18 Sep
For Miami Heat's Andre Iguodala and Kelly Olynyk, playing golf is a release in an environment where there are not many ways to escape.
by: TIM REYNOLDS — The Washington Times 18 Sep
If there was a sliver of consolation for the Boston Celtics on Friday, it probably could have been found within the understanding that a 2-0 lead for the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals do
by: TIM REYNOLDS AP Basketball Writer — Sun Herald 18 Sep
If there is a sliver of consolation for the Boston Celtics, it probably can be found within the understanding that a 2-0 lead for the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals doesn’t guarantee anything.
by: Associated Press — Star Tribune 18 Sep
If there was a sliver of consolation for the Boston Celtics on Friday, it probably could have been found within the understanding that a 2-0 lead for the Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference finals doesn't guarantee anything.
by: Sam Smith — NBA 18 Sep
by: Bryan Kalbrosky — USA Today: Hoops Hype 18 Sep
Former Michigan State Spartans guard Cassius Winston is far and away one of the most accomplished prospects available in the 2020 NBA Draft.
by: Dan Devine — The Ringer 18 Sep
Should the Clippers run it back after an all-time playoff collapse? What can the Bucks and Rockets do to get over the hump? And can Toronto afford to pay—or not pay—Fred VanVleet?
“Y’all on that bulls**t”: Marcus Smart yells at Jayson Tatum and other Celtics players in Game 2 locker room meltdown
by: Amulya Shekhar — THE SPORTSRUSH 18 Sep
Marcus Smart was heard screaming at someone in the Boston Celtics locker room following another close defeat in Game 2 for the team.