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Is the MVP race a tossup between Stephen Curry and James Harden? In a blur of dominance, Russell Westbrook says "not so fast."
Before they settle on a long-term replacement for Brian Shaw, who was fired Tuesday, the Denver Nuggets need to figure out what kind of team this is going to be and what direction it's going.
Are reporters in NBA locker rooms an "invasion of privacy?" Be careful what you wish for, Michele Roberts.
If Rajon Rondo wants a lesson in leadership, he should look no further than his current employer, the Dallas Mavericks.
Why did this happen to Derrick Rose again? How could it? These are among the many questions we simply don't have answers to yet as the Chicago Bulls star deals with a third knee injury in as many years.
Chris Bosh is out for the season, but if all you can think about is the Miami Heat's playoff hopes and the fate of your fantasy team, it's time to re-evaluate.
Facing the loss of Reggie Jackson in restricted free agency this summer, the Oklahoma City Thunder responded with a three-team trade that filled needs and allowed them to move forward with certainty instead of questions.
Jerome Kersey, a 17-year NBA veteran who played in two NBA Finals with the Portland Trail Blazers, died Wednesday, two people close to him told He was 52.
Uncertainty over increases in the cap and draft lottery reform have put a damper on trade talk, but there's still plenty of buzz heading into Thursday's deadline.
How can so many dunks and 3-point attempts be so boring? The All-Star Game falls flat despite the best efforts of LeBron James and Russell Westbrook.

Before joining, Ken Berger covered the NBA for Newsday. The Long Island, N.Y., native has also worked for the Associated Press and can be seen on SportsNet New York. Catch Ken every Saturday, when he hosts Eye on Basketball from 6-8 p.m. ET on
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