Knicks All-Star Randle has surgery on left ankle
Knicks star Julius Randle underwent successful arthroscopic surgery on his left ankle and is expected to be ready for training camp in the fall, the team announced on Saturday.
‘Fear the ears’: ‘Air Corgi’ picks Denver Nuggets to win it all
The four-legged phenom has become a viral star for her ability to predict the outcome of the playoffs through trick shots.
Pistons finalize Williams deal: ‘Beyond excited’
The Detroit Pistons formally named Monty Williams as its next head coach on Friday, with owner Tom Gores saying he is “beyond excited.”
Silver: Morant penalty to hinge on NBA ‘standard’
Memphis guard Ja Morant not being charged with a crime for twice displaying a gun on social media will not prevent the NBA from handing down more discipline, commissioner Adam Silver said Friday.
Why Nikola Jokic pointed to his hand after Game 1 of the NBA Finals
The postgame gesture carries a special meaning to the two-time MVP and his family.
Thunder F Pokusevski fractures arm in workout
Thunder forward Aleksej Pokusevski suffered a small fracture in his upper right arm during an offseason workout and will be reevaluated in four to six weeks.
Sources: Suns finalizing deal with Vogel to coach
The Suns are finalizing a deal to name Frank Vogel as the team’s new coach, sources told ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski. Vogel, who led the Lakers to the 2020 NBA title, would replace Monty Williams.
Sources: Wojo to coach Jazz G League team
Former Marquette coach Steve Wojciechowski is fulfilling a goal to jump to the pros by being hired to lead the Salt Lake City Stars, the Utah Jazz’s G League affiliate, sources told ESPN.
Butler urges Heat to attack after record-low 2 FTs
Jimmy Butler attributed the Heat’s Game 1 struggles to too many jump shots and not enough free throws, saying, “We’ve got to attack the rim a lot more, myself included.”
‘I never force it:’ How Nikola Jokic controlled Game 1
Despite only taking three shots in the first half, Jokic was dominant and helped Nuggets get whatever they wanted.