A clunker against the Warriors on Monday weighed on Lonzo Ball, who vowed to make amends one night later and did just that, tying a career high with 33 points and proving clutch down the stretch as
Brooklyn Nets coach Steve Nash said after Tuesday’s loss to the Bucks that the team’s challenge before the playoffs is to “overcome a lack of common experiences.”
The Pelicans finally found a way to slow down Warriors star guard Stephen Curry: All they needed was a lighting failure inside Smoothie King Center on Tuesday night.
With Houston making its first trip to the Bronx since its cheating scandal fans found creative ways to boo.
An MRI showed that Kings rookie Tyrese Haliburton has no ligament damage to his left knee, but the rookie guard likely will miss the rest of the season.
New York Yankees fans, eagerly awaiting their chance to jeer the Houston Astros, relished their opportunity Tuesday night at Yankee Stadium, raining the visitors with boos and breaking out chants of “cheaters!” while the home team won,
Nate Bjorkgren’s future as head coach of the Indiana Pacers is uncertain due to work he has to left to do in building relationships with players and staff, sources told ESPN.
After the league opted not to suspend Washington Capitals forward Tom Wilson for a pair of incidents in a game Monday against New York, the Rangers Tuesday called for the removal of George Parros, head of the
Mets ace Jacob deGrom was scratched from his scheduled start Tuesday with right side tightness and is undergoing an MRI.