The season is barely one-quarter complete, but former Grizzlies guard Andrew Harrison is on his third team.
by: Jacob Rude — USA Today: Lonzo Wire 5 Dec
The Los Angeles Lakers improved depth this season has kept Lonzo Ball on edge as he’s focusing on playing ‘tighter’ to avoid losing his spot in the rotation or starting lineup.
by: The Heat Index, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 30 Nov
Could Duke sensation Zion Williamson join forces with Devin Booker, Deandre Ayton and the young core in Phoenix?
by: Gemma Karstens-Smith - The Canadian Press — Toronto Star 23 Nov
The Vancouver Showcase tournament gives NCAA coaches a chance to familiarize themselves with Canada, which is turning out top basketball prospects on the regular in both the men’s and women’s game.
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by: NBCSportsChicago.com Staff — NBC Sports Chicago 21 Nov
Everything you need to know to watch the Chicago Bulls and the Phoenix Suns online and on television.
by: NBC Sports Chicago — Yahoo Sports 21 Nov
For those of you advocating the Bulls play another season for draft lottery position, let's take a closer look at Wednesday night's opponent, the Phoenix Suns.
by: The Heat Index, azcentral sports — The Arizona Republic 20 Nov
The Suns hold the second-worst record in the NBA at 3-13, so they could once again be in line for a very high draft pick.
by: Duane Rankin, Arizona Republic — The Arizona Republic 19 Nov
Philadelphia and Phoenix have looked to rebuild through the draft, but the 76ers' picks have been more productive than the Suns' selections.
by: Ethan Temkin — Fansided: Lake Show Life 17 Nov
What will the Rajon Rondo injury mean for the Los Angeles Lakers? After the Los Angeles Lakers' convincing 117-126 defeat of the Portland Trailblazers, the...
by: Malika Andrews — ESPN 13 Nov
NBA players reached out to Brooklyn Nets guard Caris LeVert, who suffered a severe injury against the Minnesota Timberwolves.
by: Doug Smith - Sports Reporter — Toronto Star 9 Nov
Clippers coach Doc Rivers hopes rookie Shai Gilgeous-Alexander becomes more of a talker than a listener, though his quick grasp of the NBA game seems destined to take him far — with or without a driver.