George, Westbrook Lead OKC Thunder Past Dallas Mavericks, 112-99Paul George scored 37 points, Russell Westbrook added 27 and the Oklahoma City Thunder overcame the absence of two regular starters to beat the Dallas Mavericks 112-99 on Sunday night.
NBA Media Days Certain To Have Plenty Of Trump TalkPolitics will be center stage across the NBA on Monday when 28 teams gather for their media days — the annual precursor to the start of training camps.
Jackson Says That A Trade Might Be Best For Carmelo, KnicksPhil Jackson says Carmelo Anthony might "be better off somewhere else," noting the New York Knicks haven't been able to win with him.
Beyonce & Kaepernick Among Ebony's 'Power 100'Ebony magazine revealed its annual 'Power 100' list on Friday, which recognizes outstanding achievements by black entertainers, corporate heads and civic leaders. The list will also appear in the magazine's December issue.
Carmelo Is Now Top Scorer In USA Basketball HistoryThe first American male basketball player to appear in four Olympics, Carmelo Anthony also passed LeBron James on Wednesday night as the most prolific scorer to ever wear a USA jersey.
Melo Hopes To Unite U.S. In Quest For Olympic GoldCarmelo Anthony wants more than a better U.S. basketball team leading into the Olympics. He wants a better United States. Anthony wants to end gun violence, and his quest for that seems bigger than his desire for a record third gold medal.
Will Derrick Rose Save The Knicks... Can Anyone?The New York Knicks haven't won an NBA title in over four decades. Will pairing Derrick Rose with Melo return the team to relevance?
Tennis Player Calls Carmelo Anthony "Soft"Coco Vandeweghe on her favorite team's star player, "He is a bit soft."
Carmelo Anthony Reaches 20,000 PointsNew York's Carmelo Anthony joined the NBA's 20,000-point club in the first quarter of Sunday night's game against the Charlotte Hornets at Madison Square Garden.
TTYM: Tom Brady Flops, Amar'e Baths In Wine And Shump Is FunnyHere are five funny sports moments you may have missed this week.
5 Candidates To Be The NBA's Next VillainLeBron James "heroically" returned home, leaving many with no choice but to embrace the game's best player. Here are 5 candidates to become the NBA's next villain.
Carmelo Anthony Staying In New YorkCarmelo Anthony wanted to be with the Knicks a few years ago, and nothing has changed now. Anthony announced his decision Sunday in a posting on his website.