The Atlanta Hawks have acquired forward Danilo Gallinari (da-KNEE-lo gal-in-ARE-ee) and cash considerations from the Oklahoma City Thunder in exchange for a conditional 2025 second-round pick in a sign-and-trade transaction, the team announced today.
The Sacramento Kings have decided not to match the Atlanta Hawks’ offer sheet for small forward Bogdan Bogdanovic, per Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN.
The New York Knicks have had a busy offseason so far with the 2020 NBA Draft and the opening of free agency, which began on Friday.
Florida State coach Leonard Hamilton is sharing with his players the same sentiment this November he told them last March before the NCAA tournament was canceled due to the coronavirus pandemic: Control what you can control.
Tennessee pulled out of the Jimmy V Classic on Dec. 2 in Indianapolis following positive COVID-19 test results in their basketball program Monday, the school announced.
Olivia Simmons has social media buzzing right now.
Anthony Davis has not yet signed his contract extension with the Los Angeles Lakers, and there is a theory about one of the reasons.
DeMarcus Cousins has found a new home after reportedly agreeing to a one-year deal with the Houston Rockets, according to The Athletic's Shams Charania.
Welcome to what figures to be a strange, disjointed, but hopefully complete season of college basketball. And when basketball season is upon us, it is time to create a preseason NCAA Tournament bracket as well.
The Ole Miss Rebels men's basketball program became the latest to postpone the start of its season due to coronavirus-related issues.
The injury to Klay Thompson was a gut punch to the Golden State Warriors, who still have aspirations of making a Championship run this season.
The Los Angeles Clippers have made several notable moves since the start of free agency. They nabbed Serge Ibaka in place of Montrezl Harrell, acquired Luke Kennard via trade, and signed Marcus Morris to a four-year, $64 million deal.
Russell Westbrook and John Wall are both seeking a change of scenery from, respectively, the Houston Rockets and Washington Wizards.
A marquee basketball game between Florida and No. 4 Virginia scheduled for Friday has been canceled due to COVID-19 cases and contact tracing protocols within the Gators' program, the school announced on Sunday. The game was set to be played at Mohegan Sun in Connecticut, and was one one of the top matchups of college basketball's opening week. CBS Sports initially learned of the Florida pause and subsequent cancellations earlier on Sunday.
Baylor men’s basketball coach Scott Drew has tested positive for COVID-19, he announced in a statement on Sunday afternoon. Drew said he is not feeling any symptoms of COVID-19 right now. Associate head coach Jerome Tang will serve as the interim head coach in Drew’s absence.
As Klay Thompson prepares to sit out another full season, the Golden State Warriors don’t have any more time to waste in their mission to return to title contention.
The LaVar Ball vs. Michael Jordan one-on-one basketball game probably won’t ever happen, but the conversation surrounding the two has only gotten bigger since LaMelo Ball was drafted by the Charlotte Hornets on Wednesday night.
So this is how it ends. The Gordon Hayward Era in Boston began with great NBA fanfare back in 2017, the most prominent free agent the franchise had ever signed. It ends just three injury-marred seasons later, with Hayward planning to sign a massive, four-year $120 million contract with the Hornets.
The Sixers and Dwight Howard have reached an agreement on a one-year contract, agent Charles Briscoe tells Shams Charania of The Athletic (Twitter link).
The Houston Rockets will sign Christian Wood to a three-year, $27 million contract, Frank Isola of ESPN reports. The Detroit Pistons free agent has been one of the most intriguing players on the market.
Free agent Montrezl Harrell has agreed to a two-year deal with the Los Angeles Lakers, according to Adrian Wojnarowski.
Xavier University's men's basketball program had high hopes for transfer Ben Stanley and what he could bring to the Musketeers this season, but those hopes will have to wait a year after Xavier announced Friday that Stanley's waiver was denied by the NCAA, making the 6-foot-6 junior forward, who transferred from Hampton University, ineligible for the 2020-21 season.