Houston Rockets center Dwight Howard was found to be toting a handgun in his carry-on bag last Friday at Houston's George Bush Intercontinental Airport but was allowed to hand it over to an associate after he was detained.
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Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson will enter an alcohol treatment program in California after his second arrest on suspicion of DUI in the past six months.
LeBron James was in Las Vegas for the NBA Players Association meetings and showed up Friday at Cox Pavilion to watch the Cavaliers‘ game against Minnesota.
It would be easy to dismiss Seth Curry as a summer league wonder, someone who lights it up against competition that isn‘t the caliber of what his brother Steph goes against every night.
April 1 has long since passed, but that didn‘t stop the Golden State Warriors‘ Andre Iguodala from making fools of some of his Twitter followers on Thursday.
The Amy Schumer-scripted comedy "Trainwreck" is pretty hilarious. And many of those laughs are sports — or at least "sports entertainment" — related.
Amid the hoopla of NBA celebrities strolling the Thomas & Mack Center concourse and big-name corporate sponsors such as adidas is a little-known family-owned Michigan company that adds the literal foundation to the NBA Summer League.
More than a year has passed since Roscoe Smith decided to forgo his senior season at UNLV and enter the NBA Draft, but the 24-year-old forward has yet to record a regular-season NBA statistic.
When rosters came out for the NBA Summer League, nobody was doing backflips over the Toronto Raptors‘ lineup.
Here‘s a look back at Wednesday‘s NBA Summer League games in Las Vegas.
The New Orleans Pelicans were on a fast break Saturday, and Satnam Singh was trying to get back on defense in his first taste of life in the NBA.
Adam Silver isn‘t a gambler. He‘s also not a hypocrite. The NBA commissioner has taken a relatively unique stance regarding legalized gambling on his league in comparison to his fellow pro sports czars. He‘s in favor of it and isn‘t afraid to say so.
Think of the NBA and its perception of Las Vegas as the weekend tourist who only takes in the best sights, who catches a show and enjoys a wonderful meal and gambles just enough to experience the rush but not to the point of losing next month’s mortgage.
In todays installment of Why Ballplayers Don‘t Care That Much for the Media Anymore comes this story from NBCsports.com.
A federal judge ordered the NCAA to pay nearly $46 million in attorneys‘ fees and costs to lawyers for student-athletes including former UCLA basketball star Ed O‘Bannon in their class-action antitrust lawsuit against the organization.
Denver Nuggets point guard Ty Lawson was cited for DUI for the second time since January in an early Tuesday morning arrest in Los Angeles.
Scotty Hopson knows heâs running out of chances. So is Hasheem Thabeet. Ditto for Taylor Griffin.
It was late during one of the two NBA Summer League matinees Monday. Guys still were hacking on defense. The refs still were calling it.
Former UNLV forward Khem Birch compiled 13 points and 11 rebounds for New Orleans in a win over Brooklyn. Birch, who played for Sioux Falls in the NBA Development League last season, has averaged 9.0 points and 7.6 rebounds in three games for New Orleans.
The new Chicago Bulls head coach watched the final minutes tick down and the Bulls were comfortably ahead of the Minnesota Timberwolves and the team was off to a good start in the NBA Summer League.
The sting of disappointment and disrespect Wood felt on draft night in late June is sticking with him this week at the NBA Summer League.
It took three days but the summer league finally had its first ejection as Hasheem Thabeet of the D-League Select was sent packing after picking up a pair of technical fouls in the second quarter Sunday against Washington.