Golden State Warriors guard Klay Thompson helped bring immeasurable joy to a terminally ill Bay Area woman and her husband.
The Smithsonian National Museum of African-American History and Culture is currently displaying Los Angeles Lakers’ legend Kobe Bryant’s game-worn jersey.
Lebron James gifted his 5-year-old daughter a miniature version of his own mansion and it's in his backyard.
Following a disappointing end to a season that saw the team fall short of the NBA Finals, Doc Rivers was ousted on Monday as coach of the Los Angeles Clippers.
Giannis Antetokounmpo’s historic year earned him a historic awards sweep.
Colin Kaepernick sent a note of appreciation to LeBron James amid the NBA players’ strike over the police shooting of Jacob Blake last weekend.
An unprecedented walkout over racial injustice has postponed a second day of the NBA playoffs. But players have committed to remain and finish the season.
The NBA will hold a lottery Thursday night to determine positioning in the upcoming NBA Draft.
Toronto Raptors president says the viral video showing the shoving incident with an Alameda Co. sheriff’s deputy boils down to him being disrespected because he’s Black.
LeBron James' hat was a parody of President Trump’s “Make America Great Again” motto from his first presidential campaign, but instead it read, “Make America Arrest The Cops Who Killed Breonna Taylor.”
Orlando Magic forward Jonathan Isaac made headlines last week when he was the first NBA player to stand during the national anthem, and he didn’t wear a Black Lives Matter shirt during the anthem as well.
Professional sports leagues have incorporated inventive ways to help replace the lack of fans in the stands due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Players and coaches from the New Orleans Pelicans and Utah Jazz knelt alongside one another before the first game of the NBA restart.
Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook admitted via social media that he has tested positive for COVID-19 before the team departed for Orlando.
Washington Wizards star Bradley Beal will not participate in the NBA restart this month due to a shoulder injury, the team announced on Tuesday morning.
The Washington Wizards are adding a little more hometown hustles to their squad.
In an effort to continue talking about social justice and racial inequality, the league will paint the phrase inside both sidelines, a report states.
John Wall will not join the Washington Wizards for the resumption of the NBA season this summer, ending the chances of the five-time All-Star guard playing his first game since 2018.
The NBA announced that players will be able to show social-justice statements on the backs of their jerseys when the season restarts on July 30 in Orlando, Fla., following delays linked to the coronavirus pandemic.
The NBA released its complete game schedule and national television schedules on Friday night.