The Kyrie Irving rumors have been floating around for some time now, but Boston Celtics forward Al Horford says the chatter has not affected the team in the locker room.
Just 30 seconds into the Duke-UNC game last night, Zion Williamson, number one NBA prospect, slipped and tore his foot through his Nike sneaker. Williamson left the game injured as attention turned to Nike. Yahoo Finance's Dan Roberts, Myles Udland, and Sibile Marcellus break down the details.
New York's latest marketing promo for season ticket holders included a photo curiously featuring Kevin Durant. SI Now discusses whether the veiled courtship will help the Knicks land the All-Star in free agency, or whether they're going too far.
Magic Johnson discussed the prospect of meeting with Ben Simmons on Sunday, telling the media he was willing to talk with the 76ers guard and share some "big guard" secrets.
President Obama says being a man isn't about "eight-pound chains" or "women around you twerkin'," it's about being a good human. This video, "Barack Obama and NBA's Steph Curry on What It Means to 'Be a Man'", first appeared on nowthisnews.com.
Rookie Jaren Jackson catches up with The Crossover and talks about his first All-Star Weekend Experience and his experience so far in the NBA. For more of The Crossover, subscribe to SI TV.
This six-year-old boy decided to take a tip from the pros at his children’s basketball game in Hilliard, Ohio.Jason Brammer shared footage of his son Luke "flopping,’ or falling on purpose, during a basketball with the local children’s league. “I think my boy has been watching too much NBA,” Brammer tweeted.Luke can be seen in the footage attempting to block another player holding the ball. Once the player moves the ball towards him, Luke falls to the floor.As of writing, the video had over 1,500 views on Twitter. Credit: Jason Brammer via Storyful
Infamous NBA referee Tim Donaghy is making headlines once again now that ESPN has released an article claiming the referee was not only betting on games he was officiating, but he was actually FIXING the games!
Ex-NBA referee Tim Donaghy was exiled by the league for fixing games. With the popularity of legalized sports gambling, should the league be fearful of history repeating itself?
On this day in 1948, the Harlem Globetrotters changed the sport of basketball by beating the the all-white Minneapolis Lakers. SI remembers a moment that helped shove the NBA toward integration.
If you happened to make it out to Charlotte for All-Star week, and you did not participate in shirtless Karaoke….You are not living your best life. Embiid made his second NBA All-Star appearance, leaving Sunday’s game with a double-double, 10 points, and 12 rebounds and figured it was time to celebrate. The all-star weekend is always about friendly competition right? Well, let's see who wins this battle. Curry vs Embiid in All Star Karaoke.