Isaiah Austin Cleared To Play 2 Years After Marfan DiagnosisIsaiah Austin revealed on his Instagram account this week that his doctor has given him the go-ahead to again pursue his dream of playing professional basketball
Thanksgiving Weekend Sports Viewing GuideAs you recover from all that turkey and various sumptuous sides, here's the best that sports has to offer you this holiday weekend.
Knicks' Brandon Jennings Has Harsh Words For Lakers' D'Angelo RussellNew York Knicks guard and Compton native Brandon Jennings was asked about Lakers point guard D'Angelo Russell on Twitter and certainly did not hold back.
NBA 2016-17 Season Preview: Eastern ConferenceThe 2016-17 NBA season tips off October 25. Preview the Eastern Conference elite, contenders, on the rise and rebuilding teams.
Paul Pierce Says This Will Be His Final Season In NBAPierce says "it's time to move on from the game of basketball."
Lakers Center Timofey Mozgov Hurt Playing For RussiaMozgov came away from an international friendly with a groin injury that will keep him sidelined for a little while.
NBA To Relocate 2017 All-Star Game Due To North Carolina Bathroom BillNBA officials announced the league will move the 2017 All-Star Game out of Charlotte over a controversial transgender bathroom bill.
Former NBA Great Nate Thurmond Dies At 74NBA Hall of Famer Nate Thurmond, the defensive center who played with Wilt Chamberlain died after a short battle with leukemia.
Keidel: Tim Duncan, NBA's Greatest Power Forward EverSan Antonio Spurs' Tim Duncan, 15-time NBA All-Star, could have owned any basketball era, though modesty would never let him say so.
Examining The 7 Most Head-Scratching Moves Of NBA Free AgencyThe NBA's salary cap rose drastically this summer, and some of the resulting free agent deals we have seen so far are real head-scratchers.
Marcelo Huertas Rejoins Lakers With 2-Year AgreementThe Los Angeles Lakers have resigned guard Marcelo Huertas to a two-year deal, sources say.
Keidel: If You Can't Beat Them, Join ThemKevin Durant will sign with the Golden State Warriors, conceding that his former team, the Oklahoma City Thunder, can't beat them.

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