Playing in the N.B.A. summer league, visits to an outlet mall and a photograph with Vince Carter. “It’s going to be hard to go back to reality.”
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The former Liberty and Mercury star won two championships in a long career, but just months into her post-basketball life, she’s discovering new rewards.
The end of the Warriors’ superteam has elicited a slew of N.B.A. superstar pairings with championship dreams. But can everyone get along?
The 2017 M.V.P. will be reunited with James Harden in Houston in a move that also sent Chris Paul and first-round draft picks to the Oklahoma City Thunder.
Budinger isn’t the first N.B.A. retiree to succeed in beach volleyball. But the former forward might have the skills to become an Olympian.
Cambage joined the W.N.B.A.’s Aces in the off-season, immediately raising hopes of a championship. But she has plans for beyond basketball — and soon.
“I don’t know Drake, but to see what Kawhi meant to them, I wanted to send him a note that said, ‘I’ll have what you’re having.’ ”
In today’s N.B.A. the players are the stars and the team executives, and they basically decide whether a contract is actually a contract.
Long overshadowed by the Lakers, the Clippers make a statement by signing superstars to contend for the L.A. basketball crown, if not the N.B.A.’s.
Williamson, the New Orleans Pelicans’ rookie star, gave the fans what they wanted in his professional debut at summer league in Las Vegas: dunks and a glimpse of what could be.
Leonard will join the Clippers as a free agent while George will be traded to Los Angeles from the Oklahoma City Thunder.
He won 1,035 basketball games at St. Joseph High School, near Chicago. But he was best known for his role in an acclaimed documentary.
After winning just 17 games this season, the team targeted Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving in free agency. They signed with the Nets. This was part of a pattern.
No matter how good or how bad, the Knicks have overshadowed the Nets. Now that Durant and Irving are Brooklyn-bound, the spotlight is moving.
James L. Dolan has steered his laughingstock franchise off a cliff once again. The free agency snubs by Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving show that players know not to believe the hype.
Kevin Durant. Kyrie Irving. Jimmy Butler. But no Kawhi Leonard (so far). Dozens of deals have been reported, and the chaos has only just begun.
The Celtics received a commitment from an All-N.B.A. point guard at the start of free agency on Sunday. Just not the one they expected months ago.
The mercurial point guard will sign with the Nets, as will superstar Kevin Durant, making the franchise a force to be reckoned with in the Eastern Conference.
Moore, a W.N.B.A. star, said she wanted to translate social justice talk into action. Now she is on a sabbatical this season trying to help free a man she believes was wrongly convicted.
As the league approaches what could be an unforgettable free agency period, a look back at recent feeding frenzies that defined the league.