K-State’s Johnson gets medical OK for NBA draft
Kansas State’s Keyontae Johnson, who was diagnosed with a heart condition after collapsing in 2020 with Florida, is cleared for the NBA draft, his agents said.
‘Dream Team’ auction ships $5M to ‘The Mailman’
Karl Malone earned $5 million from auctioning 24 pieces of memorabilia from the 1992 “Dream Team,” including a Michael Jordan jersey that fetched $3M.
The three free agency paths the Lakers can take this offseason
The biggest question facing the Lakers this offseason is figuring out what to do at point guard, and they have multiple ways to approach it.
Al Ahly’s veterans, like Oregon’s Ehab Amin, will be the key to BAL victory
Saturday’s Basketball Africa League (BAL) final between Egypt’s Al Ahly and Senegal’s AS Douanes in Kigali feels like a moment which Ahly guard Ehab Amin has been preparing for all of his basketball life.
Dominant Celtics a win closer to making history
3-point shooting, balanced scoring and winning the turnover battle was a winning recipe for the Celtics.
Butler, Heat keep calm: Last 2 ‘not who we are’
Heat star Jimmy Butler said he was still confident about his team’s chances after a 110-97 Game 5 loss to the Celtics on Thursday, saying their mistakes in the past two games are “easily correctable.”
Heat rule out Vincent for Game 5 vs. Celtics
Heat guard Gabe Vincent, who suffered a left ankle sprain during the fourth quarter of Game 4, will not play in Game 5 vs. the Celtics on Thursday.
Why the Celtics-Heat series has been downright bizarre
The Eastern Conference finals series is unlike any in recent history. Here’s a peek at the strange happenings.
AS Douanes shock favourites Petro to reach BAL final
The BAL scriptwriters added a plot twist late in the season, with pre-tournament favourites Petro de Luanda, who had been undefeated till this point, losing 92-86 to AS Douanes in the semifinals.