Two NBA stars officially made their return to the hardwood with their respective teams – Kobe Bryant of the Los Angeles Lakers and Chris Bosh of the Miami Heat.
Kevin Durant is finally returning to the basketball court this NBA season but as everyone knows, his return to active duty will most likely be clouded with his plans in 2016.
Derrick Rose was hoping to have an injury-free off season and it seemed all was going according to plan until an unfortunate incident struck the former NBA MVP.
Ben Gordon is one player who has slid down from the NBA limelight but could try and recover lost ground if he makes the final roster of the defending champion Golden State Warriors.
The Dallas Mavericks’ fortunes don’t seem to be getting any better as the Mark Cuban-owned ballclub may have to deal with a big adjustment with reports that two stars are questionable when the team opens its campaign for the 2015-16 NBA wars.
LeBron James knows how it is to fall but he has also proven how he can stand again and perhaps with attitude.
Is it all’s well that ends well between disgruntled power forward Markieff Morris and the Phoenix Suns?
Bennett, the top pick of the 2014 NBA Draft by the Cleveland Cavaliers hasn’t exactly panned out the way that top rookie picks are supposed to but perhaps he can do so if he plays for his hometown.
Mike Miller is the latest player who is headed to free agency with reports that he and the Portland Trailblazers have reached a buyout agreement.
Former back-to-back NBA Slam Dunk King Jason Richardson has decided to call it quits as far as his basketball career is concerned, citing health reasons for doing so.
The National Basketball Association has lost another great today with the sudden demise of NBA Hall of Famer Moses Malone.
Though most of the 2015 NBA freshmen have yet to show their full potential in the regular season, there are some rookies who have already shown what they can do in the NBA Summer League.
Jason Terry may no longer be young and agile as he was like before but he still possesses the basketball smarts that makes him a prized point guard to have in the roster.
As much as John Wall wants to be on the USA roster for the Rio Olympics 2016, he also thinks that he won't be able to make the cut. According to CSN Washington, Wall made a small statement, saying, "I'll be out of the picture," without giving any details.
Tayshaun Prince is set to make another run next season and this time he could be of big help with reports that the 35-year-old forward has agreed to a one-year deal with the Minnesota Timberwolves.