Could the Suns have gotten a better deal for Marion? Chad Ford takes a look.
While LeBron James finds himself on a new team on the eve of the Cavaliers' playoff opener against the Boston Celtics on Sunday, his past playoff experiences are on his mind.
Despite being the No. 3 seed, Blake Griffin and the Clippers are being considered underdogs against the Spurs, a role the team "absolutely, 100 percent," embraces.
Paul Pierce scored five of his 20 points in overtime as the Washington Wizards beat the Toronto Raptors 93-86 on Saturday in Game 1 of their first-round playoff series.
For the second straight year, Toronto Raptors general manager Masai Ujiri swore during a fan rally prior to the team's postseason opener.
At this week's NBA Board of Governors meetings in New York, teams were advised that the league's salary cap could rise past the $100 million mark as soon as the 2017-18 season, sources said.
Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich will not play in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference quarterfinals against the Milwaukee Bucks because of a hyperextended left knee.
Guards Mike Conley and Tony Allen, hobbled this season for Memphis, both intend to play in Game 1 on Sunday against Portland.
Can coaching the Warriors be as effortless and fun as rookie coach Steve Kerr has made it look this season?
Bradley Beal talks about the leadership Paul Pierce shows and how Pierce has helped him improve his game.
Michael Carter-Williams and the Bucks appear confident and relaxed heading into Game 1 against Chicago.
The 2012 deal of Joe Johnson helped make the Hawks' success this season possible. Now Atlanta faces Brooklyn, hoping to earn the biggest dividend.
The biggest challenge this postseason for the top-seeded Warriors might be what history has taught us is needed in playoff ball, writes J.A. Adande.
The Bucks must build an arena by 2017 or face relocation. Investors hope to break ground by fall to show the NBA good faith, but who will foot the final costs is unclear as taxpayers balk.
Our ESPN Forecast panel predicts which West teams will advance to Round 2.
Chandler Parsons vows not to let the boos bother him as he returns for Houston for the playoffs as Public Enemy No. 1 for Rockets fans.
Over the past six seasons, LeBron James is 24-3 in the first round of the playoffs. That spells trouble for the Boston Celtics in Round 1 this year.
Looking for a different outcome this time, the Rockets try to forget the past and advance past a first-round matchup with Dallas.
Tony Parker has been through enough battles in the playoffs to know what to expect against the Clippers in the first round.
This season's Western Conference might be the best the game has ever seen. Want to reach the promised land? You'll have to survive the Good, the Bad, and the Ugly.