Promoting Eleven RingsLegendary coach Phil Jackson talks about his book, Shaq vs. Kobe
Drafting trends out EastEastern philosophies? Teams like Cavs are all over the place
Music to Trey's earTrey Burke is hearing he could could go anywhere from 2-6 in the NBA Draft
Flynn Robinson, a key member of the 1971-72 Lakers team that brought Los Angeles its first NBA title, died at age 72. The scoring guard was dubbed "Instant Offense" by broadcaster Chick Hearn.
The Toronto Raptors have asked permission to interview Pacers general manager Kevin Pritchard to head up their basketball operations, according to NBA sources.
Garbage-time center Andris Biedrins will not opt out of his $9 milllion for next season, leaving the Warriors in financial straits going forward.
There's a bit of a power struggle in Detroit, with GM Joe Dumars preferring Nate McMillan or Maurice Cheeks and Phil Jackson wanting Brian Shaw.
The Boston Celtics denied the Brooklyn Nets permission to speak with head coach Doc Rivers about their open coaching position, according to a report.
Legendary Hall of Fame coach Phil Jackson says he'd choose Bill Russell first if he were starting a team, ahead of two of his superstars: Michael Jordan and Kobe Bryant.
The Cavaliers are reportedly considering Otto Porter with the No.1 pick. Porter has been rising since the combine on draft boards.
Dallas sets it sight on free agency to improve the team.
Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant is the latest player to be immortalized in these NBA Finals 2013 "BIG" ad campaigns with a classic dunk.
On Thursday, we looked at the West. So now, let's examine the East. Which teams have developed real draft patterns over the past 15 years?
Tyler Hansbrough and Chris Andersen do their teams' dirty work, but Ken Berger says their style and path to this series couldn't be more different.
A preview of Friday night's Game 2 between the Miami Heat and the Indiana Pacers, as the Heat try to build on their Game 1 victory.
Indiana Pacers coach Frank Vogel would like to work on a zone defense next season in order to have it ready for their next playoff run.
Tony Parker's calf bruise is improving, and an MRI revealed no further structural damage as the Spurs prepare for Game 3 at Memphis on Saturday.
Miami's Shane Battier landed a flying knee to the groin of Indiana's Roy Hibbert in Game 1 on Wednesday night. And Hibbert tweeted on Thursday that he thought the knee was intentional.
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