Which teams are on board with bottoming out? That's the dilemma for this week's 10 worst.
James Harden was virtually unstoppable in Houston, pouring in a career-high 51 points in the Rockets' win.
Monta Ellis scored 26 points, and the Mavericks withstood a triple-double from Russell Westbrook to beat the Thunder 135-131 on Wednesday night.
LeBron James says he has "freedom" to call plays for the Cleveland Cavaliers during the course of the game, and coach David Blatt claims that the superstar dictating the action is business as usual.
The Sacramento Kings are planning to sign Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract this week, which would establish the 7-foot-5 center as the first player of Indian descent in league history.
Kevin Durant made some of his strongest comments yet about his future free agency, going as far to say he wants to have his jersey retired in Oklahoma City.
Blake Griffin doesn't believe home court in the playoffs would be much of an advantage if Tuesday night's 110-106 loss to the Golden State Warriors is any indication.
Arizona sophomore forward Rondae Hollis-Jefferson is heading to the NBA, sources say, though the sophomore says publicly that he has yet to make a firm decision.
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Doc Rivers and Steve Kerr's latest bit of verbal jousting came before the Clippers hosted the Warriors at Staples Center on Tuesday night.
Brook Lopez's putback with two seconds left in the game lifted the Nets past the Knicks 100-98.
Michael Carter-Williams had 21 points and 10 rebounds in the Bucks' 95-91 victory over the Bulls.
The Wizards beat the 76ers 106-93 to hand Philadelphia its fourth straight loss.
ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler makes his case for picking Nikola Mirotic to win the Rookie of the Year award.
Calvin Watkins breaks down the Kings signing 7-foot-5 Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract, which would make him the first player of Indian descent in league history.
ESPN NBA analyst Tim Legler goes to the touch screen to show why the Golden State Warriors are so hard to guard.
In ESPN The Magazine's Point Guard issue, Steve Nash explains what it means to be a PG in today's NBA.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens again squashed rumors about interest from college programs.
Although Derrick Rose is taking contact at practice, he is not sure when he will play in a game.
According to league sources, members of the Knicks' front office are expecting Phil Jackson to make changes.
With the playoffs rapidly approaching, the Spurs are peaking at the right time, Michael Wallace writes.
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In The Magazine's Point Guard issue, ESPN's NBA Forecast ranked the 30 starting point guards in the game. The winner? Chris Paul.