Chris Broussard joins Doug Gottlieb to talk Kyrie Irving and the Boston Celtics. What will Boston do while their star point guard is out due to injury?
Justin Jackson scored 11 of his season-high 20 points in the third quarter and the Sacramento Kings beat the Atlanta Hawks 105-90 Thursday night in a game that was delayed due to protesters who were locked arm-in-arm surrounding entrances to Golden1 Cente
In his conversation on Lonzo Ball scoring 6 pts and 1 of 12 from the 3-pt in the loss to New Orleans, Skip Bayless explains how Lonzo Ball's up and down rookie season reminds him of Kobe Bryant's.
Anthony Davis capped a 33-point performance with two clutch free throws and a game-sealing steal, Rajon Rondo had 24 points and 10 assists, and the New Orleans Pelicans erased an 11-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the Los Angeles Lakers, 128-125
James Harden scored 21, including 10 of Houston's 12 points in overtime, to shake off a tough four quarters and lift the Rockets to a 100-96 win over the Detroit Pistons on Thursday night
In his discussion with Nick Wright and Jenna Wolfe, Cris Carter unveils why he trusts Kawhi Leonard's judgment on not rushing back out onto the court, noting that if the San Antonio Spurs' star player could play, he would be out on the hardwoods competing with his teammates.
Joel Embiid had 17 points and nine rebounds in just 20 minutes and the surging Philadelphia 76ers moved closer to a playoff berth Friday night with a 118-98 rout of the Orlando Magic
Joining Nick Wright, Cris Carter and Jenna Wolfe on First Things First, Yahoo! Senior Sports Writer Chris Mannix reveals why Steph Curry's ankle concerns could secretly be a positive for the Golden State Warriors as the 2018 NBA playoffs rapidly approach. In light of Curry's injuries, will the Warriors be able to compete with James Harden, CP3 and the Houston Rockets for Western Conference supremacy?
As Monty McCutchen visits NBA teams on behalf of referees, he's hearing plenty of what he calls constructive criticism, delivered in a professional way
Anthony Davis capped a 28-point, 13-rebound, five-block performance with a 15-foot baseline fade, a gritty put-back and two free throws in the final minute, and the New Orleans Pelicans outlasted the Indiana Pacers 96-92
Orlando Magic coach Frank Vogel breaks down Thursday's home loss to the 76ers, saying he liked the team's energy at the start but that they appeared to wilt when Philadelphia went on a run.