If recent reports are any indication, the NBA’s regular-season schedule could see some major tweaking in the next few years.
Only one team can win the 2021 NBA Finals, but we ranked each team’s chances to pull off the impressive feat.
After nearly six months of regular-season action, the NBA Playoffs are just about ready to begin. The only thing standing in the league’s way? The 2021 Play-In Tournament.
The term “super team” doesn’t have the same weight as it did in the 2010s, and it seems that the NBA has become numb to the concept.
As the NBA continues to maneuver the COVID-19 pandemic, we put together a few potential alternatives for the league to consider for its All-Star Weekend in 2021.
Houston may now be designated as a “no-fly zone” for superstars, and may have lost out on its chance to become one of the premier sports cities in the process.
In an earth-shattering trade just a few weeks into 2021, the Houston Rockets reportedly traded former MVP James Harden to the Brooklyn Nets after a rocky start to the 2020-2021 regular season.
The phrase “New year, new me” apparently didn’t seem like a good idea to Houston sports teams, as the city has itself another disgruntled superstar to deal with at the beginning of 2021.
Since we don’t know any better after all of the uncertainty in 2020, let’s try our best to guess what sports fans will be saying towards the end of 2021.
Just a few weeks before the start of the 2020-2021 regular season, the NBA offseason delivered an early holiday gift for fans of blockbuster trades.
Rockets star Russell Westbrook reportedly wants out of Houston, and issues could arise if the team is unable to find a suitable trading partner.
Two months and 20 other teams later, only two franchises remain in the NBA’s bubble in Orlando. The prize hanging in the balance? A Larry O’Brien trophy.
The time has finally come: the NBA’s Conference Finals are here, and teams are ready to fight for the right to represent their conference in the NBA Finals at the end of September.
Looking for information on when to watch your favorite team or which players to look out for in each second-round series? We have you covered with a full guide and schedule.
Basketball is finally back after a postponement lasting more than four months, but things are going to look a bit different throughout the rest of the 2019-2020 NBA season due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LeBron James’ televised announcement that he was joining the Heat a decade ago seems to loom even larger than the actual four years he spent playing in the Sunshine State.