Paul George out at least 2-3 weeks after suffering knee sprain in Clippers loss to Thunder
Los Angeles Clippers star Paul George will be re-evaluated in 2-3 weeks after suffering a sprained right knee.
Los Angeles authorities offer reward for info to help solve murder of former NBA star's father
Richard Jefferson's father was shot and killed in Compton in 2018.
Willis Reed, leader on Knicks' 2 title teams, dies at 80
Willis Reed, who dramatically emerged from the locker room minutes before Game 7 of the 1970 NBA Finals to spark the New York Knicks to their first championship, died Tuesday.
Laker legend Magic Johnson joins group making bid to buy Washington Commanders, report says
Laker legend Magic Johnson has reportedly joined a group looking to buy the Washington Commanders from embattled owner Dan Snyder.
Kobe Bryant’s legacy cemented in heart of Hollywood: 'We love you forever and always'
“Dad, you’re an icon, a legend and a storyteller," Natalia Bryant said about her father, Kobe Bryant, during the unveiling ceremony.
LA Clippers celebrate major milestone at Inglewood’s Intuit Dome
This week, the Los Angeles Clippers got their first look at their future home. The current progress of Inglewood's Intuit Dome symbolizes a sign of hope and what’s ahead for the franchise.
Gasol gets emotional as Lakers retire his No. 16 jersey
Pau Gasol won two championships with the Lakers. Now his jersey will hang in the rafters next to Gasol gets emotional as Lakers retire his No. 16 jersey will forever hang besides his friend Kobe Bryant's
Intuit Dome: LA Clippers celebrate major milestone at future home
There was excitement in Inglewood as the LA Clippers celebrated a major milestone in the construction of their future home.
Lakers keep season alive with win over OKC without LeBron and AD
Dennis Schroder scored 22 of his 26 points in the second half and the Los Angeles Lakers beat the Oklahoma City Thunder 123-117.
Lakers' playoff hopes in jeopardy following reports LeBron James will miss multiple weeks
LeBron James previously said he didn’t want to miss the postseason for a second consecutive year.
LA Clippers fall to Kings in 2OT; Both combine for 2nd highest-scoring game in NBA history
The Clippers and Kings combined for 44 3-pointers, tied for most in a game in NBA history. Russell Westbrook scored 17 in his Clippers debut.
Russell Westbrook to make Clippers debut Friday
Mr. Triple Double is set to make his debut with the LA Clippers Friday night. “I’ve been in this league a long time and being somewhere that people want you and they embrace you – that meant a lot to me,” he said during a press conference earlier this week.
LA Lakers honor Brandon Tsay for stopping Monterey Park mass shooter
The Lakers honored Brandon Tsay for his quick-thinking actions that prevented the Monterey Park shooting suspect from targeting more victims.
LA Clippers officially sign former Laker Russell Westbrook
Russell Westbrook is officially a part of Clipper Nation.
Legendary Laker Pau Gasol receives 2023 Kobe & Gigi Bryant WNBA Advocacy Award
“It is an honor to receive this distinction, which makes me especially happy because it represents two people who are and will always be in my heart,” said Pau Gasol.
Brooklyn Nets trade Kevin Durant to Phoenix Suns
Kevin Durant's time in Brooklyn ended Thursday when the Nets traded him to the Phoenix Suns as part of a four-team deal.
LA Clippers welcome back Eric Gordon, add center Mason Plumlee ahead of NBA's trade deadline
Eric Gordon returns to his former team and Clipper Nation says goodbye to a fan-favorite.
Hold the phone: Historic NBA photos show stark difference in eras
Not a cell phone in sight. Just people living in the moment.
NBA trade deadline: LA Lakers part ways with Russell Westbrook, Patrick Beverley
Ahead of the trade deadline, the Los Angeles Lakers parted ways with Russell Westbrook, Patrick Beverley, and Thomas Bryant and picked up D’Angelo Russell, Malik Beasley, Jarred Vanderbilt, and Mo Bamba.
Encino chiropractor sentenced to federal prison for defrauding NBA health plan
Patrick Khaziran was sentenced to 2 1/2 years for the scheme, in which NBA players would provide documents saying they'd receive medical services when, in fact, they hadn't.