Biggest NBA All-Star SnubsLast night the NBA announced the remaining 14 players participating in this year's All-Star Game, and there were a few notable names left off the list.
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.
Biggest Moves Of The NBA OffseasonWith the dust finally settling on free agency, we take a look at the biggest moves around the NBA this offseason.
Paul George Gets Star Treatment In Oklahoma CityGeorge twice led the Pacers to the Eastern Conference Finals before losing to LeBron James and the Miami Heat. He thinks he and Westbrook can help each other win an NBA championship.
Paul George Earns Cover Of "NBA 2K17" Video GamePaul George didn't like his video game rating. So, he worked on changing it. After making a remarkable comeback from a broken leg, the Pacers player was rewarded by being put on the cover of the wildly popular "NBA 2K17" game.
Western Conference Sets All-Star Game Points Record In Rout Of EastRussell Westbrook scored 31 points and the Western Conference set an All-Star record for points in a game with a 196-173 victory over the East on Sunday.
U.S. Basketball Trims Roster Down To 16The U.S. men's national team cut John Wall, Bradley Beal and Paul Millsap on Monday, a person with knowledge of the details said, leaving the roster at 16 players.
Top 5 Dunks Of All TimeWith the NBA Slam Dunk Contest coming up, we take a look at five classic dunks. And yes, Blake Griffin made the list.
Odd Results In NBA All-Star VoteThe first All-Star voting returns are in, and there aren't really any surprises at the top. LeBron James and Kevin Durant are the top vote-getters. After that, things start to get weird.
Pacers Focus On LeBron At Own RiskThe Miami Heat are going to have quite a challenge in front of them from the opening tip of Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Miami must find a way to once again play a near perfect half against the defensive-minded Indiana Pacers.