How will the Portland Trail Blazers fare in 2007-08? Here's John Hollinger's forecast.
The Trail Blazers had a laminated card in their locker room at the FedExForum on Sunday that included the phrase "We don't lose to Spanish players" before their game against the Grizzlies.
After their Game 1 loss, New Orleans Pelicans coach Monty Williams suggested that the crowd noise at Oracle Arena, home of the Golden State Warriors, may not be within the league rules.
Raptors guard Lou Williams was named the NBA's Sixth Man of the Year on Monday, becoming the first player in team history to win the award.
Hawks center Al Horford said Monday that "there's still some question" whether he will play in Game 2 of Atlanta's first-round series against Brooklyn on Wednesday.
Police say an argument over whether Michael Jordan or LeBron James is a better basketball player ended in a Pennsylvania man's arrest on aggravated assault and other charges.
Pat Riley finds himself leaning his head to the left quite a bit these days. There's an irritated nerve in his neck, and it's far from comfortable.
Tony Parker tweaked his left ankle in the first quarter of Sunday's loss to the Clippers and also bruised the thigh on the same leg, but the injuries won't keep him out of Game 2.
ESPN senior NBA writer Marc Stein looks ahead to tonight's Game 2 between the Pelicans and Warriors.
Raptors guard Lou Williams talks about becoming the first player in team history to be named Sixth Man of the Year.
After struggling in Game 1, John Wall and Kyle Lowry look to round back into All-Star form in Game 2.
Our writers break down the highlights and lowlights from the first weekend of NBA playoff action.
The Celtics have a lot to clean up before Game 2 versus the Cavaliers, but Avery Bradley and Brad Stevens believe their team is up to the task.
The Clippers had success using double teams to slow down San Antonio's Kawhi Leonard in Game 1.
Two 78-year-old Golden State fans have had season tickets since 1988, and they demonstrate Why We Love Sports Today.
It wasn't all about the Big Three. Cleveland's support team helped key a big Game 1 win for the Cavaliers.
Led by 58 points combined from Blake Griffin and Chris Paul, the Clippers rolled to a Game 1 rout of the Spurs.
Floyd Mayweather and Stephen A. Smith debate who would win a one-on-one matchup between LeBron James and Michael Jordan.
Damian Lillard's Game 1 against the Grizzlies was a far cry from his magical playoff debut last year, but he has a comeback plan: keep shooting.
Boston Celtics coach Brad Stevens had a bad feeling when the Celtics were tied early with the Cavaliers in Game 1.
The Hawks have problems, but they're first-seed problems that can be addressed with time and attention, and won't come due for another few weeks.