Warriors work overtime to keep streak alive
Warriors work overtime to keep streak alive

The Golden State Warriors rallied from a late fourth-quarter deficit, beating New Orleans 128-122 in overtime on Sunday to extend their NBA winning streak to 16 games.

Hapless Philadelphia 76ers drop to 0-17
Hapless Philadelphia 76ers drop to 0-17

Kawhi Leonard tallied 26 points and 10 rebounds to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 109-103 win over the Philadelphia 76ers, who moved one step closer to infamy on Monday.

Memphis Grizzlies` growl is stronger than Houston Rockets` lift off
Memphis Grizzlies` growl is stronger than Houston Rockets` lift off

Something had to give when the first place Memphis Grizzlies and Houston Rockets squared off for NBA bragging rights Monday night.

NBA: Durant has surgery on broken foot
NBA: Durant has surgery on broken foot

NBA Oklahoma City Thunder's basketball star Kevin Durant has had surgery on his broken right foot.

Charlotte to bid for NBA All-Star game

The Charlotte Hornets and the Charlotte Sports Foundation will bid for hosting the National Basketball Association (NBA) All-Star Weekend in 2017 or 2018.

NBA suspends P.J. Tucker for three games

The National Basket Association (NBA) has suspended Phoenix Suns forward P.J. Tucker for illegal driving.

Donald Sterling sued over alleged sexual harassment of former aide

A lawsuit filed on Monday against Donald Sterling accuses the embattled Los Angeles Clippers owner of repeatedly subjecting a woman who worked for him to sexual demands and racist comments and says he ultimately fired her when she protested.

NBA to proceed with Sterling vote despite Clippers sale agreement

The NBA said on Friday it plans to go ahead with a vote on terminating Donald Sterling`s ownership of the Los Angeles Clippers, although it signaled that an agreement struck by Sterling`s wife to sell the franchise was its preferred course.

Pacers cool Heat to stave off playoff elimination

The Indiana Pacers, with Paul George spectacularly leading the way, staved off playoff elimination with a pulsating 93-90 victory over the NBA champion Miami Heat in Game Five of the Eastern Conference finals on Wednesday.

Miami Heat a win away from NBA finals

The Miami Heat are one win away from advancing to the NBA finals for a fourth straight year after a comprehensive win against the Indiana Pacers.

Cuban comments on bigotry stir debate

With the NBA in turmoil over racially charged remarks by Donald Sterling, Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban was finding Thursday just how tricky even discussion of bigotry can be.

Nets` Williams to have surgery on both ankles

Brooklyn Nets point guard Deron Williams is scheduled to have surgery on both of his troublesome ankles, the NBA team said in a statement on Thursday.

Spurs rout Thunder to take 2-0 series lead

The San Antonio Spurs put the Oklahoma City Thunder to the sword with a spectacular exhibition of shooting in the second half to tighten their grip on the Western Conference finals with a 112-77 win in Game Two on Wednesday.

LeBron James lifts Heat in win over Nets

LeBron James scored 49 points to carry the Miami Heat to a 102-96 victory over Brooklyn on Monday and within one win of advancing in the NBA playoffs.

Pacers rally to put Wizards on brink of elimination

Paul George and Roy Hibbert combined for 43 second half points as the Indiana Pacers put the Washington Wizards on the brink of elimination with a 95-92 win Sunday.

Raptors` fairy tale NBA season ends with Game 7 loss to Nets

Toronto Raptors` fairy tale season ended when they were eliminated from the playoffs after a 103-104 loss to Brooklyn Nets in Game 7 of their first-round NBA playoffs.

Rockets fall to Blazers in Game 2

The Houston Rockets lost to the Portland Trail Blazers 105-112 at the Toyota Center, their second loss in the first-round NBA playoff series.

Dallas Mavericks secure playoff spot in NBA

Dallas Mavericks sealed their place in the NBA play-offs with a 101-98 win over Phoenix Suns while Miami Heat lost to Atlanta Hawks 85-98 to tie with the Indiana Pacers at the top of East Conference.

Former MVP, Tony Parker sidelined due to back sprain

San Antonio Spurs point-guard Tony Parker has been sidelined due to a back sprain and will miss the NBA team`s upcoming away fixtures.

Sacramento Kings to host Bollywood night at NBA games

NBA side Sacramento Kings are hosting the team’s first-ever “Bollywood” themed game against the L.A. Lakers Wednesday. The game will celebrate Indian culture and cinema with various performances.