One of the primary questions hanging over the Miami Heat’s 2014-15 season is how Chris Bosh will acquit himself as the team’s chief offensive weapon, which, with LeBron James in Cleveland and Dwyane Wade
The Boston Celtics guard said through a spokeswoman that he and his agent haven't requested a trade. Rajon Rondo and his agent have quickly attempted to squash a report that indicated the point guard asked
Technically, the Boston Celtics have a little less than a year to decide on the future of mercurial point guard Rajon Rondo. Realistically, the timeline could be significantly smaller than that, especially
Eight years ago, a Celtics star ignored a rebuild and bought in for the long term. Will Rajon Rondo do the same? The last time the Boston Celtics were obviously in the middle of a rebuild, the team's did
There are some rookies who just aren't built to handle the size and speed of the NBA right away. Developing through practice reps and studying from the bench over time is the best way for many young prospects
In his three seasons since turning pro, San Antonio Spurs forward Kawhi Leonard has established himself as one of the league's brightest young stars—and he's done it the old-fashioned way. "He has a great
The Miami Heat did not have a great offseason. Losing the best player in the world will do that. Although losing LeBron James was a big blow, it's hard not to be impressed with how well Miami recovered.
At only 21 years old, New Orleans Pelicans big man Anthony Davis is already one of the top players in the NBA and Team USA's most important player at the FIBA World Cup. His combination of length, athleticism
As good as LeBron James was for the Cleveland Cavaliers from 2003-2010, he was far from a perfect player and person. While "The Decision" helped prove that, so did a 3-of-14 shooting, 15-point performance
When Chris Bosh came to the Miami Heat in the summer of 2010, he did so as one of the best and most well-rounded scorers in basketball. He was coming off a season in which he averaged 24.0 points per on
That and a whole lot more in Tuesday's NBA newsletter. Good morning. Let's basketball. DIENG! The story of the FIBA World Cup so far is Senegal, who is 2-1 with a signature win over medal contender Croatia.
Detroit Pistons center Andre Drummond can already see the peak of his position. Perhaps that's a reflection of his freakish blend of size and athleticism. With a 6'10" frame and 33.5" max vertical, per
On the surface, the two would seem an unlikely basketball fit: one an organization renowned for its success and newfound star power, the other a hardwood misfit with a lengthy set of skills and a past
The FIBA Basketball World Cup was advertised as a two-team race, and it has lived up to that billing through the midway point of the group stage. Both Team USA and Spain boast 3-0 records and a combined
In 2010, no Team USA player better leveraged his FIBA World Cup experience to bigger ends than the Chicago Bulls’ Derrick Rose, who—at a precocious 22—would go on to capture the NBA’s MVP award the following
The Chicago Bulls have an interesting problem to deal with heading into the season. As opposed to the situation in years prior, the Bulls actually have plenty of legitimate depth that could start for other
According to ESPN's Jackie MacMullan (h/t WEEI.com), point guard Rajon Rondo has informed the Boston Celtics that he does not intend on re-signing with the team following this season and would like to
Windy City natives Derrick Rose and Anthony Davis dominated coverage leading into the FIBA Basketball World Cup, but the city's newest resident has turned the most heads since the tournament tipped off.
Noah Vonleh is a major part of what could be a bright future for the Charlotte Hornets, but that future was temporarily put on hold Tuesday. Marc J. Spears of Yahoo Sports filled fans in on the details:
The No. 9 pick in the NBA draft will be sidelined as he recovers from surgery. Charlotte Hornets rookie Noah Vonleh is set to miss 6-8 weeks after undergoing surgery to repair a sports hernia, the team
Evidently, Kobe Bryant is not a Dylan Thomas fan. We can forgive No. 24 if he's not up on his 20th-century Welsh poetry, but you'd have thought the famous opening stanza from Thomas' "Do Not Go Gentle
As the New York Knicks embark upon the first full season of Phil Jackson's reign as president of basketball operations, they'll have a permanent reminder of the Zen Master's presence stalking the sidelines.
First came the rumor, this time courtesy of an online segment from ESPN's Around the Horn in which Boston-based scribe Jackie MacMullan announced Rajon Rondo's disaffection, saying, "He's told them [the
Updates from Wednesday, Sept. 3 Ric Bucher of Bleacher Report reported on Tracy McGrady's potential comeback: Original Text Now that he's officially retired from the diamond, Tracy McGrady is apparently