Game 2 ended in disappointing fashion for the home crowd when Heat forward LeBron James uncharacteristically committed two turnovers in the final minute of the fourth quarter to help the Pacers seal a 97-93 win.
The sight of those two miscues was apparently too much for some in the American Airli
One of the Phoenix Suns' popular former players – Jeff Hornacek – has emerged as the frontrunner for the franchise's head coaching job, league sources told Yahoo! Sports.
An assistant coach with the Utah Jazz, Hornacek met with new Suns general manager Ryan McDonough and president Lon Babby i
They played all the right music, as Don't Stop Believin' blared through the FedEx Forum air that was still filled with faith almost until the end.
They used the right props, the yellow lint floating down from above as the "Memphis Believe" towels were swung with so much passion from the sellout c
Danny Ainge stated publicly last week that, to the best of his knowledge, head coach Doc Rivers will be back behind the Celtics’ bench next season.
Rivers has yet to confirm this, though, and a Boston Herald report indicates that the coach may still be weighing his options.
The New Orleans Pelicans announced Friday evening that point guard Greivis Vasquez underwent a successful arthroscopic procedure on his right ankle to remove bone spurs. The procedure was performed by Dr. Richard Ferkel of the Southern California Orthopedic Institute in Los Angeles, CA.
In response to the NBA's $5,000 flopping fine on Grizzlies guard Tony Allen after Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, Memphis coach Lionel Hollins conceded the league's anti-flopping rules were appropriate and could possibly be enforced more widely.
"Flopping isn't a part of the game and it
A divorce case filed here two months ago that bears only the initials of the husband and wife has all the hallmarks of being that of Spurs star Tim Duncan and his wife, Amy.
The case is playing out in Bexar County District Court. Court papers filed last week include a request that legal discovery
He broke Kobe Bryant’s nose in an All-Star game.
He shoved and threw down Rajon Rondo, dislocating the Boston guard’s shoulder.
He ran over then-Indiana guard Darren Collison like a freight train as Collison tried to go to the basket.
And that’s just a partial compilation of Dwyane Wa
They’ll typically sidestep the questions, playing the politically correct charade even though a sly smile belies their true feelings.
Our evidence comes in the raw moments of competition. Perhaps it’s two players staring down one another after a forceful foul, or two more trading barbs as the
To say that Zach Randolph, the harbinger of San Antonio’s doom in 2011, has been a non-factor so far in Spurs/Grizzlies II would be an understatement.
The endomorphic power forward is shooting a pitiful 7 for 26 from the floor through two games, a huge reason why the Grizzlies are down 2-0 ente
Yes, you can wish it to all go away until the 2014 offseason. And, yes, there is plenty to be said about that with the NBA playoffs and the Miami Heat's season getting down to critical mass.
But it's not going away, and it certainly isn't going anywhere in the wake of this past week's development
Now that the Los Angeles Clippers have refused to offer coach Vinny Del Negro a new contract, a source said Wednesday that the Dallas Mavericks believe they have a better chance of acquiring Dwight Howard than acquiring Chris Paul.
Howard is the Los Angeles Lakers’ center who will become a free
The NBA draft lottery was Wednesday in New York City. Sixers managing owner Josh Harris and CEO Adam Aron were on hand hoping the team would move up from their 11th spot in the draft.
Unfortunately, they did not.
The Good Morning America studio was crowded with media members and various NBA ex
Indiana Pacers forward Paul George may no longer be an emerging star. He might just be a star right now. Did you see that powerful one-handed dunk at the end of the third quarter?
And don't forget the big man. Roy Hibbert is bringing back the NBA center position for these playoffs.
Memphis guard Tony Allen has been fined $5,000 for violating the league’s anti-flopping rules during Game 2 of the Western Conference finals, the league announced Friday.
Manu Ginobili was assessed with a Flagrant 1 foul after pulling Allen down by the arm during a breakaway layup in the final
Five weeks into the Detroit Pistons' coaching search, the blend of deliberate diligence, retention of a luminary consultant and attendant delays while he was consulted, and roughly one-third of the NBA seeking new coaches from similar candidate pools have not affected the Pistons much.
As was expected, Golden State Warriors center Andris Biedrins will exercise his player option and return to the Bay Area for the 2013-14 season, according to his agent Bill Duffy.
Biedrins, 27, held a player option for next season that will pay him $9 million for the final year of his six-year, $
For all the talk of the knee toward the groin area of Indiana Pacers center Roy Hibbert by Miami Heat forward Shane Battier in Game 1 of the NBA Eastern Conference finals, and for all those YouTube clips of Heat guard Norris Cole landing a shot to the same area of Pacers forward David West in Wednes
The Toronto Raptors have asked permission to interview Pacers general manager Kevin Pritchard to head up their basketball operations, league sources told CBSSports.com on Friday.
As with similar requests from teams to speak with assistant coach Brian Shaw for head coaching vacancies, the Pacers h
The Denver Nuggets have granted the Toronto Raptors permission to speak to the team's general manager Masai Ujiri, according to a Yahoo! Sports report.
A meeting between Raptors senior management and the NBA's Executive of the Year is expected within the next 24 hours, according to Yahoo! Sports'
New Orleans Pelicans starting point guard Greivis Vasquez is scheduled to undergo minor surgery on Friday to remove loose particles from both ankles, a league source confirmed Thursday night.
The surgery, which will occur in Los Angeles, is similar to what starting shooting guard Eric Gordon unde
So it's not just that the Heat is better than the Knicks. According to Pacers coach Frank Vogel, the squad from South Beach is also more intelligent.
Following a game in which the Pacers surrendered 60 points in the paint against Miami — failing, in the process, to duplicate the rim-protecting
Boston Celtics president of basketball operations Danny Ainge denied the Brooklyn Nets permission to speak to Doc Rivers about their vacant coaching position, team and league sources confirmed to ESPNBoston.com.
Rivers has three years and $21 million remaining on his contract. The Nets did not re
P.J. Carlesimo says the Brooklyn Nets' goal of winning a championship within the next two years is "maybe not totally realistic," though he believes they are a contender in the Eastern Conference.
Carlesimo went 35-19 as interim coach after Avery Johnson was fired in December, but the Nets told h
When the Miami Heat faced the Indiana Pacers in the playoffs last season, the series featured two suspensions, a host of flagrant fouls and plenty of blood. It appears the Eastern Conference finals between the teams already is heating up.
Pacers center Roy Hibbert took to his Twitter account Thur