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Rondo was the final member of the Celtics’ 2008 title team on the roster.
A brand new No. 1 takes over as Damian Lillard shoots Portland to the top. Atlanta and Chicago make huge leaps, while Philadelphia leaves the cellar again.
After 27 games, Washington has overcome injuries and unveiled the starting lineup it envisioned in the offseason.
Wall was fined $15,000 and Acy was suspended without pay.
The team knows the technique sounds like hocus-pocus, but they’re confident it can give the team and edge.
Smith pushed O’Neal into the on-set display during on the TNT set.
The Los Angeles Clippers’ 7-foot-1 power forward wins Christmas.
Seriously, it looked like he wasn’t even trying.
Eventually the team conceded it was “left leg tightness.” Most. Boring. Secret. Ever.
The Lakers might actually be better off without the 36-year-old veteran.
Celebrities were few and far between in the crowd at the Heat-Cavs game, but the ones who showed up were weird.
Wall leads with 299,209 votes.
It took 27 games, but the Wizards finally played with their projected starting lineup on Christmas.
The point guard had 34 points, 11 assists, five rebounds and five steals, but no Kevin Durant.
There were more cheers than jeers, as James returned to the court where he played for four seasons on Thursday.
Cliff Paul gets some new buddies, including Sebastian Curry, Darius Lillard, Summer Bird and Don Stockton.
Don’t mess with the Wizards.
On national TV on Christmas Day, John Wall’s 24 points, 11 assists and one scuffle pave way for Washington.
The 26-year-old NBA MVP is still mending the sprained ankle he suffered last Thursday.
Forty-one years ago today, the then-Bullets beat the Knicks in D.C. fans’ first Christmas Day NBA game.
The Wizards and Knicks open the NBA’s Christmas slate at noon.
The Western Conference has arguably never been better, and the arrival of Josh Smith in Houston increases the Rockets’ chances of getting out -- if he can regain his health and rein in his desire to shoot long jumpers.
Inclusion in the NBA’s marquee slate of Christmas games shows the change in perception of Washington.
Smith was cut by the Detroit Pistons with two years left on his contract.
Stan Van Gundy arrived in Detroit expecting to lift the Pistons out of an extended run of misery. Instead, his questionable decisions have sunk the franchise into a deeper hole.
Tristan Thompson will step in for Cleveland on Thursday when the Cavs face team leader LeBron James’s former squad the Miami Heat.
Nick Young goes all swaggy with mentions of “Django Unchained” and “Driving Miss Daisy,” lest Bryant have missed the point.
LeBron James makes his return to South beach, this time with a Big Three that includes Kevin Love and Kyrie Irving.
It’s a terrible matchup for New York. They rank 27th in points allowed per 100 possessions and are dead last in three-point percentage against
With more than 1,100 games under Ryan Zimmerman’s big league belt, how does the Nationals star prepare for 162 games in 182 days?
Inside the season with the nation’s top-rated football prospect, Woodbridge’s Da’Shawn Hand.
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