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Players, coaches kneel before NBA’s re-opening night

The NBA had a strong, powerful re-opening night message. → Read More

NBA going with shorter games for Disney exhibition openers

The NBA is tweaking the rules for those initial matchups, going with 10-minute quarters instead of the usual 12 minutes. → Read More

What life is like for players inside the NBA bubble

The league is trying to make the days at Disney go a little faster, with activities available almost around the clock. → Read More

Russell Westbrook says he tested positive for the coronavirus

“I'm currently feeling well, quarantined, and looking forward to rejoining my teammates when I am cleared." → Read More

10 things to know before the NBA resumes in late July

For the first time in eight seasons, the league record for total 3-pointers made won’t get broken. It was on pace to be smashed. → Read More

Here’s the Celtics’ game schedule once the NBA restarts in Orlando

The Milwaukee Bucks are up first. → Read More

NBA sets Oct. 16 draft date, Oct. 18 for free-agent talks

The annual moratorium will begin at 12:01 a.m. EDT on Oct. 19. → Read More

As Florida test numbers rise, the NBA prepares for Disney

Ready or not, basketball is almost back. → Read More

NBA offers clarity on tiebreakers with uneven schedule

MIAMI (AP) — The NBA has told teams that playoff seeding will be based on winning percentage, and that any tiebreakers necessary after that will follow the usual procedures. It was an issue that needed clarity because the 22 teams that will be going to the Disney complex near Orlando, Florida, for the planned resumption of the season next month will not have played the same number of games. The… → Read More

What’s next for the NBA? A plan for testing is the big key.

For the NBA, it is not officially time to play. It’s getting closer, but the league isn’t there yet. The move to agree on a 22-team format for the resumption of the pandemic-interrupted season is a major step forward, but it was just the first of many major decisions that has to be completed before the league moves into the ESPN Wide Wide Of Sports complex at the Disney campus near Orlando next… → Read More

NBA owners approve 22-team season restart plan

The vote was 29-1, with Portland casting the dissenting vote, said a person with knowledge of the situation. → Read More

NBA says it is talking with Disney about resuming season

The league is reportedly looking to resume play by late July. → Read More

The NBA seems on the cusp of a comeback plan

Players around the league are being urged to start getting mentally and physically ready. → Read More

LeBron James: ‘Definitely not giving up on the season’

“I know we all miss it,” James said. “I’d be sitting here lying if I said we don’t.” → Read More

Kobe Bryant’s sports academy retires ‘Mamba’ nickname

The Thousand Oaks-based facility said it would return to its original name of Sports Academy. → Read More

Poll of NBA players shows desire to play, if safe

Players would like to not only get to the playoffs but also resume at least some of the regular season. → Read More

The NBA is proceeding with extreme caution

Opening the practice courts is only Phase One. → Read More

NBA players, staff asked to help virus researchers

NBA players and staff were invited to take part in a COVID-19 antibody testing study through the Mayo Clinic. → Read More

NBA facilities reportedly will begin to reopen Friday

Any workouts that take place would be voluntary and be limited to individual sessions only. → Read More

Kobe Bryant’s latest book to debut atop best-seller list

"The Wizenard Series: Season One" will debut April 19. → Read More