The president's comments about Haiti and African countries struck a chord with his two most vocal critics in the NBA.

Antetokounmpo is setting career highs in points (28.3 per game, second-most in NBA behind James Harden), rebounds (10.1) and true shooting percentage (62 percent).

Cleveland looks like its going to have a far tougher road to a potential fourth straight trip to the NBA Finals than it has experienced the past three years.

  • Perspective

In this era of progress, good is no longer good enough for inconsistent Wizards

Washington’s lackluster past makes it easy to forget that the present should be even better.

Otto Porter Jr. draws criticism after Wizards’ home loss to Bucks

Porter finishes with eight points on eight shots, and John Wall and Scott Brooks say he needs to play more aggressively.

Wizards find the extra pass pays dividends, push past Nets in OT

Washington’s defense wilts in second half, but offense rights itself just in time for 119-113 win.

Chris Paul's return to Staples Center was supposed to be memorable for what happened on the court. Instead, it will be for his attempt to infiltrate the Clippers locker room.

  • Perspective

Washington’s lackluster past makes it easy to forget that the present should be even better.

Some in the league are concerned that the Lakers rookie will never realize his full potential on the basketball court until he asserts his independence from his domineering father, LaVar Ball.

James didn't mention Trump by name, but it was clear to whom he was referring when the Cavaliers star said that 'we’re trying to be divided right now by somebody.'

Fans and pundits thought the Bulls got fleeced.

It was an eventful week north of the border for the NBA.

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As the teams meet yet again Monday, the gap between them looks increasingly wide.

  • Perspective

Players are upset at the officiating. Referees are upset that players keep grousing about the officiating.

“It’s frustrating being out there feeling like you’re playing five-on-eight,” Raptors star DeMar DeRozan said after Toronto's 127-125 loss.

  • Perspective

Before Colin Kaepernick took a knee, Pistons center Olden Polynice stopped eating — during the NBA season — to protest how the Clinton administration was treating Haitians seeking asylum in the U.S.

Magic Johnson also offered support to the embattled coach.

That noted scientific journal.

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Toronto Raptors guard DeMar DeRozan has been fined $15,000 by the NBA for publicly criticizing the league’s officiating.

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Hornets coach Steve Clifford has battled headaches for the past two years.

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The NBA is planning to speak with players from both the Houston Rockets and Los Angeles Clippers to determine the specifics of late-game and postgame events involving the teams.

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Chris Paul came back to Staples Center to play against his old team and things got heated.

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Kevin Durant scored 32 points, Stephen Curry added 23 and the Golden State Warriors extended their road winning streak to 13 games with a 118-108 Martin Luther King holiday victory Monday night over the Cleveland Cavaliers, their struggling NBA Finals foes.

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