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The Oklahoma City Thunder absorbed their biggest injury blow yet on Friday, with news that Kevin Durant is out indefinitely because his surgically repaired foot isn't healing. "He wants to be out there," a person close to the reigning MVP told
The NBA's playoff system has been giving a free pass to inferior teams from the East for years. Here's one way to fix it.
Anthony Davis is having one of the most statistically dominant seasons in NBA history. But will it be enough to sneak into the MVP discussion?
With Kawhi Leonard's defensive leading the way, the Spurs are starting to hit their stride heading into a prime-time matchup with LeBron James and the Cavaliers.
The NBA and its players' association again have been unable to agree on how to inject a massive spike in TV revenues into the salary cap, which could result in free-agent chaos next summer.
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.

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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