The no-trade, the Cavs’ massive payroll, the idea of spending big on a four-month rental — yeah, good luck finding a deal.
Whether from call-ups who raked or an overall surge at the plate, we found a trio that soared late in 2017. Could they be even better this season?
Rival teams in pursuit of Lou Williams were increasingly resigned to the notion that the veteran guard would be returning to the Clippers on a multiyear contract, league sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.
After another disheartening loss for the Cavaliers, LeBron James said Tuesday night that he will not waive his no-trade clause before Thursday’s trade deadline, saying he owes it to his teammates to finish the season with them.
With Russell Westbrook setting the tone early and Paul George carrying the momentum, the Thunder snapped out of their slide in impressive fashion.
Draymond Green received an automatic ejection after being whistled for his second technical foul of the night midway through the fourth quarter Tuesday night in a home loss to the Thunder.
An MRI on Knicks All-Star Kristaps Porzingis revealed he tore the ACL in his left knee during Tuesday’s 103-89 home loss to the Bucks, the team said. He was injured when he landed awkwardly after dunking with
Carlos Beltran said he isn’t trying to make a political statement by forgoing the trip to Washington with his former Astros teammates. “That’s something that I don’t have a lot of opinion on that,” he said.
If the blueprint is for John Calipari’s young team to improve at a faster rate than the rest of the country, it has certainly failed this season.
How big a blow did the Knicks’ future take when Kristaps Porzingis suffered a torn ACL? Here’s what the injury could mean for New York and the All-Star long-term.