LeBron James doesn’t know whether he’ll take another shot at Olympic gold.
The Los Angeles Clippers no longer have the issues involving Donald Sterling to distract them, which means the team can get back to business with the basketball.
Back home and where he began his NBA career, LeBron James and the transformed Cavaliers held media day Friday as they began a journey they hope ends with the city’s first pro sports championship since the Browns won it all in 1964. More than 300 media members were on hand.
Charlotte Hornets forward Jeffery Taylor has been arrested in Michigan on domestic assault charges, according to East Lansing Police.
Former UNLV forward Roscoe Smith has been signed to the Los Angeles Lakers training camp roster, Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak announced on Tuesday.
LeBron James came back. One of his biggest fans has returned, too. James Blair, banned by the Cavaliers after he ran onto the floor in Quickens Loans Arena during a Cleveland-Miami game in 2013, is again permitted inside the building.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver says his league will “take a fresh look” at its domestic violence procedures in the wake of the NFL’s rash of incidents.
The driver’s license of Houston Rockets eight-time All-Star center Dwight Howard has been suspended in Florida for his failure to pay a fine for running a red light, court records show.
Ohio’s Cedar Point amusement park is partnering with the LeBron James Family Foundation instead of renaming a roller coaster for the basketball superstar.
Los Angeles Clippers forward Blake Griffin throws down some slam poetry in three new Vizio’s ads, delivering artistic poems on very serious subjects — a bobblehead, a mouthguard and of course tearaway pants.