Game Preview: Knicks vs. Hawks- 11/27/21
The NBA needs more coaches like Nate McMillian. The Hawks head coach comes from the last great decade of hard-nosed professional basketball. As a player, he was a take-no-shit wing.
Boston Celtics: This multi-player trade with the Thunder swaps youth for veterans
Do the 2021-22 Boston Celtics have enough veterans?
Well, 'enough' is arbitrary. But it's an undisputed fact that role-playing veterans are essential for any NBA Championship run.
The Lakers can't just play faster. They need to decide faster, too
Stu Lantz, the long-time Lakers commentator who has watched the team every night for the last 34 years, can barely disguise the frustration in his voice. In fact, maybe he's not even trying to anymore.
Lakers' second-half rally falls short against Bucks
Russell Westbrook had a season a season-high 15 assists and Talen Horton-Tucker continued to look impressive with a 25-point performance but the Lakers' defense could not keep up with a monster night from Giannis Antetokounmpo and lost 109-102 to the Milwaukee Bucks, dropping them back to .500 on the season at 8-8.
Frank Vogel says Talen Horton-Tucker will be a 'big part' of the Lakers' rotation
Talen Horton-Tucker has looked like a $32 million man since making his return from injury on Sunday.
Talen Horton-Tucker says he's been learning from Lakers veterans while sitting out with injury
On a team with few of them, the young Lakers on this year's roster have a golden opportunity to learn from some of the greatest players in the league's history.
Dwight Howard says 'politics' kept him off NBA Top 75 list
Dwight Howard is a top-75 player in NBA history.
Austin Reaves, Rajon Rondo questionable vs. Heat with hamstring strains
Early in his NBA career, undrafted rookie Austin Reaves has developed a reputation for staying close to point guard Rajon Rondo, attempting to pick the veteran's brain as much as possible.
Three Things to Know: Lakers vs. Hornets - 11/8/21 | Los Angeles Lakers
For the first time since the opening two games of the season, the Lakers have lost back-to-back games following Saturday's 105-90 loss in Portland.
Anthony Davis ruled out vs. Trail Blazers with stomach illness
Anthony Davis was ruled out during the second quarter vs. the Portland Trail Blazers, not because of the right thumb sprain he sustained on Thursday against the Oklahoma City Thunder that left him a gametime decision on Saturday, but because of what the team only called a "stomach illness."