Ten years after the Cavs won the right to draft LeBron James, they won the NBA's draft lottery for the second time in three years. Ben Golliver wraps up the winners and losers.
The Spurs held Zach Randolph to two points in dominating the Grizzlies in a Game 1 win. Will Z-Bo find his groove in Game 2 or will the Spurs grab a 2-0 series lead? Follow here.
In deciding to part ways with coach Vinny Del Negro, the Clippers made what may be their final recruiting pitch to keep free agent Chris Paul in L.A., writes Lee Jenkins.
Fourteen teams have a shot to grab the No. 1 pick in tonight's NBA draft lottery. All of them have holes to fill. Rob Mahoney sizes up what each lottery team is looking for in the draft.
The Eastern Conference finals start Wednesday and the Heat enter as resounding favorites. The question is not will they win, it's how long it will take them, says our SI NBA experts.
The dust has finally settled on this year's draft combine. Who helped their stock in Chicago? Who still has work to do? Chris Mannix takes stock of the lasting combine impressions.
The Knickstape could see some heavy editing this offseason. While New York had a bounce-back year, its cap issues leave little room for improvement in '13-14, writes Rob Mahoney.
The consensus says Indiana is in over its head against Miami, despite winning the season series. It won't be easy, but Rob Mahoney outlines a possible blueprint for a massive upset.
While many top players skip the NBA draft combine workouts, teams can still learn a lot about prospects through the extensive interviews that take place, writes Chris Mannix.
SEATTLE (AP) -- Investor Chris Hansen has congratulated Sacramento mayor Kevin Johnson on his efforts to keep the Kings in California, while also vowing to keep up his pursuit of getting the NBA back to Seattle.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (AP) -- A person familiar with the situation says Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan is changing his team's name to the Hornets.