• Clippers will acquire Danilo Gallinari in three-team trade for 3-years, $65 million

    Denver will send one of its best players to the Clippers, but will get Paul Millsap in sign and trade deal.

    The Denver Nuggets have agreed a three-team deal including a sign-and-trade that sends forward Danilo Gallinari to the Los Angeles Clippers, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal would be a rare double sign-and-trade that also sends Paul Millsap to the Nuggets and Jamal Crawford to the Atlanta Hawks.

  • Clippers-Nuggets: Knocked Down

    Every Clipper will have to step up during Blake Griffin’s absence.

    The Big Picture:

    So, with the “if they stay healthy” tag now lying in the gutter with other discarded preseason qualifiers like “if DeMarcus Cousins stops being a child”, the Clippers again focus their attention on excelling without Blake Griffin.

  • Clutch play by James Harden lifts Rockets over Nuggets

    James Harden goes full MVBeard in the game’s closing moments.

    James Harden scored 39 points, including a coast-to-coast layup with just 2 seconds left on the clock, to send the Rockets to a 125-124 victory over the Denver Nuggets.

  • Cone believes Ginebra is improving

    BARANGAY Ginebra has won a championship and runner-up honors in the last two conferences.

    Gin Kings’ coach Tim Cone believes that his squad can go further as they look forward to the 2017 Philippine Basketball Association Commissioner’s Cup.

  • Congrats to Kevin Durant, 2017 NBA Finals MVP!!

    Congrats Kevin!

    Kevin Durant has not only finally won his first NBA championship, but has also now won his first NBA Finals MVP!

  • Cousins traded to Pelicans

    The Sacramento Kings  agreed to trade DeMarcus Cousins to the New Orleans Pelicans, just two weeks after publicly proclaiming that the All-Star center was off the market. 

    Pelicans get: Center DeMarcus Cousins and forward Omri Casspi Kings get: Guard Buddy Hield, ‎guard Tyreke Evans, guard Langston Galloway, New Orleans' 2017 first-round pick and 2017 second-round pick (via the Sixers).

  • Croatia vs. Serbia 2016 final score: Serbia advances to Olympic semifinals with 86-83 win

    Serbia is heading to the semifinals of the 2016 Olympic men's basketball tournament after topping Croatia, 86-83, in the quarterfinals Wednesday night. The team will face Australia for a chance to reach the gold medal game.

  • Crunching numbers in the Kings’ home win over the Toronto Raptors

    Toronto Raptors forward Terrence Ross hits a 3-point shot at the buzzer against the Sacramento Kings that was later waved off by the officials Sunday, Nov. 20, 2016, at Golden 1 Center in Sacramento, Calif. The shot would have sent the game into overtime. The Kings won 102-99.

  • Cult of Kevin Durant: Why Bay Area is elated, Oklahoma City devastated

    OAKLAND -- P.J. Carlesimo, who coached Kevin Durant's rookie season in the NBA, used to have an office high above the practice court. One of the cool features was an expansive window that allowed him to oversee the action.

    But on otherwise desolate nights, when the court lights flickered on to the thump-thump-thump of a basketball, the panorama was hardly necessary.

  • Curry Paces Warriors to Victory Over Lakers in San Diego

    Golden State Wins Fifth-Straight Game

    Golden State won its fifth consecutive preseason game, earning a 123-112 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers in San Diego on Wednesday night.

  • D.J. Stephens signs with Grizzlies for 2 years

    Some good news for a son of Memphis.

    #GTG has now officially transitioned to #GNG. Shams Charania with Yahoo's The Vertical is reporting that the Grizzlies have signed former Memphis Tiger and Memphis fan favorite D.J. Stephens to a 2-year partially guaranteed contract.

  • D'Angelo Russell looked a little sad watching the Lakers Summer League game

    The NBA is a business, they say

    Las Vegas Summer League kicked off on Friday night and the game between the Lakers and Clippers was the headliner. The building was packed to see how No. 2 pick in the NBA Draft, Lonzo Ball, would mesh with his new team. That included D’Angelo Russell, the guy the Lakers traded away so they could rebuild with Ball instead.

  • D'Angelo Russell traded to Nets in deal involving Brook Lopez, Timofey Mozgov

    his move clears up long-term salary, possibly for Paul George.

    The Los Angeles Lakers will trade Timofey Mozgov and D’Angelo Russell to the Brooklyn Nets for Brook Lopez and the No. 27 overall pick in the 2017 draft on Thursday, according to The Vertical’s Adrian Wojnarowski. The deal comes just days after Paul George told the Indiana Pacers he would not re-sign after his contract expired in 2018, stating he preferred landing with the Lakers.

  • D’Angelo Russell is free from rookie woes and setting the NBA preseason on fire

    Freed from the shackles of last year’s Lakers, the second-year point guard is off to a flying start under Luke Walton.

    D’Angelo Russell’s resilience appeared tangibly in the form of a single fourth-quarter assist to an open teammate for three in Sunday’s preseason victory over the Nuggets.

  • Dallas steals preseason opener from Milwaukee, 106-104

    Basketball has returned. Sort of.

    The Dallas Mavericks played their preseason opener Monday night, hosting the Milwaukee Bucks at the AAC. The few that got to see this game were treated to some firsts — 9th pick Dennis Smith, Jr. in uniform with real NBA players — and some definitely not firsts — Dirk Nowitzki once again taking the stage — and about 27 hours after those two sat down for good, the Mavs prevailed.

  • Damian Lillard Scores 49, Leads Blazers Past Heat, 115-104

    Whoa, Damian! Lillard hit nine three-pointers, and the Blazers beat the Heat to complete a 4-1 road trip.

  • Damian Lillard’s Contract Second Largest in NBA History

    The salary numbers reported by Joel Brigham do not agree with the Basketball Insiders salary page maintained by Eric Pincus. Per Pincus' numbers, Lillard's contract is actually for $139.9 million, which would give Lillard the third richest contract ever.

  • Dana White makes Georges St-Pierre's UFC return official

    The LA Times confirms that former welterweight champion, Georges St-Pierre is back in the UFC.

    Georges St-Pierre is oficially back. Lance Pugmire from the LA Times reports, per Dana White, that the former welterweight champion has closed a deal with the UFC after negotiating with other promotions and testing the market.

  • Darren Collison suspended 8 games

    Sacramento Kings point guard Darren Collison has been suspended 8 games by the NBA as a result of his domestic violence case. Collison pled guilty to domestic battery charges stemming from an incident in June.

  • De’Aaron Fox said he scored 39 points on Lonzo Ball in the Sweet 16 to ‘shut LaVar Ball up’

    Fox: “I guess when your son is a lottery pick, that gives you a lot of confidence."

    De’Aaron Fox had some added motivation when his Kentucky Wildcats took on Lonzo Ball’s UCLA Bruins in the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament. According to Sports Illustrated, that reason was to “shut LaVar Ball up.”