1. Can LeBron James Become NBA's All-Time Scoring Leader?

    For scorers, there are many hallowed marks. Averaging 30 points per game in a season is sensational. Dropping a 50-burger in a single contest is just ridiculous...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 3 months ago 57,259 reads 211 comments

  2. Derrick Rose Injury: Updates on Bulls Star's Ankle and Return

    Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose has been dealing with an ankle injury that has kept him out of the lineup since Nov. 16. However, he is edging toward a return. Continue for updates...

    Tim Daniels Written by Tim Daniels about 3 months ago 20,793 reads 121 comments

  3. 10 Goals the Cleveland Cavaliers Must Achieve During 2015-16 Season

    While the obvious goal for the Cleveland Cavaliers is to hoist some hardware, there are many smaller steps that have to come first. By all accounts, Cleveland is off to a strong start...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 3 months ago 1,151 reads 0 comments

  4. Derrick Rose Making Progress Despite Slow Process

    CHICAGO — Three weeks into the season, six weeks since the start of training camp, the double vision persists...

    Sean Highkin Written by Sean Highkin about 3 months ago 20,762 reads 109 comments

  5. Jabari Parker Injury: Updates on Bucks Star's Foot and Return

    The Milwaukee Bucks ' Jabari Parker was dealing with a mid-foot sprain that kept him out of the lineup Tuesday. However, he is set to return. Continue for updates. Parker to Play vs...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 3 months ago 10,983 reads 47 comments

  6. Carmelo Anthony Backs off as LeBron James Rises to the Rim for Alley-Oop Dunk

    Carmelo Anthony was not about to get in LeBron James ' way. During Friday night's game between the Cleveland Cavaliers and New York Knicks , the Cavs star saw the alley-oop coming from Mo Williams...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 3 months ago 8,806 reads 13 comments

  7. Relaxed and Confident, Cavaliers Have Evolved in Year 2 of LeBron James Reunion

    CLEVELAND — Year 1 of LeBron James' return to the Cleveland Cavaliers began 1-3, was later 19-20 and eventually relied on major midseason trades to build cohesion within the team...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 3 months ago 28,115 reads 151 comments

  8. Diagnosing Chicago Bulls' Biggest Flaws So Far

    The Chicago Bulls are off to a 5-3 start. In getting there, they've earned notable wins against the Cleveland Cavaliers and Oklahoma City Thunder. They also recorded some failures, such as getting torched by the Charlotte Hornets...

    Kelly Scaletta Written by Kelly Scaletta about 3 months ago 11,079 reads 45 comments

  9. 3 LeBron James Records That Will Be Unbreakable

    LeBron James isn't done rewriting the NBA 's history books, but he's already left a few indelible marks on this sport...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 3 months ago 65,609 reads 181 comments

  10. How to Improve the Cleveland Cavaliers' Rotation

    The Cleveland Cavaliers are off to an Eastern Conference-best 7-1 start to the season, flashing both Finals-worthy offense and defense...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 3 months ago 21,296 reads 76 comments

  11. New-Look Chicago Bulls Still Searching for Answers to Old Problems

    CHICAGO — Meet the new Chicago Bulls ...same as the old Chicago Bulls. The inconsistent energy, the long scoring droughts, the general burnout—these are all things that were blamed on Tom Thibodeau's uncompromising coaching style...

    Sean Highkin Written by Sean Highkin about 3 months ago 28,890 reads 103 comments

  12. Kyrie Irving and Pepsi Tease the Long-Awaited Return of 'Uncle Drew'

    It's been two long years, but Uncle Drew is finally back. Pepsi teased the long-awaited fourth chapter in the saga of Cleveland Cavaliers point guard Kyrie Irving 's alter ego...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 3 months ago 179,081 reads 76 comments

  13. Joakim Noah Injury: Updates on Bulls Star's Knee and Return

    Chicago Bulls center Joakim Noah dealt with knee soreness that kept him out of action against the Philadelphia 76ers on Nov. 9. He has since returned to the lineup Continue for updates...

    Timothy Rapp Written by Timothy Rapp about 3 months ago 14,979 reads 57 comments

  14. Paul George the Superstar Is Back and Friday NBA Takeaways

    Welcome back, Paul George . The Indiana Pacers forward came into his team's 90-87 victory over the Miami Heat averaging 18.6 points, 8.4 rebounds and 4.6 assists—albeit in fairly inefficient fashion...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 3 months ago 95,225 reads 200 comments

  15. Bulls' Mike Dunleavy Goes All Out for '60s Night at United Center vs. Thunder

    Injured or not, Chicago Bulls shooting guard Mike Dunleavy shows up to win. The Bulls celebrated '60s Night at the United Center on Thursday during the team's 104-98 win against the Oklahoma City Thunder ...

    Arman Walia Written by Arman Walia about 3 months ago 50,526 reads 58 comments

  16. Michael Carter-Williams Injury: Updates on Bucks Star's Ankle and Return

    Milwaukee Bucks guard Michael Carter-Williams missed games against the Philadelphia 76ers and New York Knicks , but returned to the lineup against the Cleveland Cavaliers ...

    Joseph Zucker Written by Joseph Zucker about 3 months ago 4,101 reads 0 comments

  17. Cleveland Cavs' Tristan Thompson Is Already Worth His Huge New Contract

    CLEVELAND — Tristan Thompson 's return to the Cleveland Cavaliers was supposed to be quick and easy. After all, Thompson is viewed as nothing more than a role player to most...

    Greg Swartz Written by Greg Swartz about 3 months ago 6,036 reads 13 comments

  18. Derrick Rose Silences Critics in Big Win over Oklahoma City Thunder

    CHICAGO — Sometimes, all it takes is one game to change the entire conversation. Coming into Thursday night, the Chicago Bulls were reeling from a humiliating 25-point ...

    Sean Highkin Written by Sean Highkin about 3 months ago 61,549 reads 212 comments

  19. Then vs. Now: Breakdown of LeBron James' Career Trajectory Through the Years

    When LeBron James debuted all the way back in 2003, he was just a fresh-faced teenager out of St. Vincent–St. Mary High School, attempting to live up to the massive hype that accompanied him as soon as he declared for the draft...

    Adam Fromal Written by Adam Fromal about 3 months ago 70,826 reads 252 comments

  20. LeBron James Reportedly Was Unhappy with Kevin Love's Fitness Before Last Season

    Kevin Love experienced a challenging transition from the Minnesota Timberwolves to the Cleveland Cavaliers last season, reportedly in part because LeBron James was frustrated with his new teammate's physical fitness...

    Danny Webster Written by Danny Webster about 3 months ago 144,161 reads 111 comments

  21. Derrick Rose: Latest News, Rumors and Speculation on Bulls Star's Future

    Replacing head coach Tom Thibodeau was supposed to bring internal harmony back to the Chicago Bulls . Unfortunately, it appears discord with their hometown star might derail that harmonious train before it leaves the station...

    Tyler Conway Written by Tyler Conway about 3 months ago 366,953 reads 342 comments

  22. Chicago Bulls Embracing Change of Pace with Fred Hoiberg

    CHICAGO — You will never see Fred Hoiberg angry. That's been the primary adjustment for Chicago Bulls fans and especially for their players. For five years, Tom Thibodeau was a staple on the sidelines in Chicago, and he was a loud presence...

    Sean Highkin Written by Sean Highkin about 3 months ago 20,648 reads 115 comments

  23. LeBron James Gets Frustrated with New Uniforms, Rips Jersey Sleeves Mid-Game

    LeBron James does not like sleeves. And when LeBron James does not like something, he is going to get the last word. The Cleveland Cavaliers star ripped the sleeves of his jersey Wednesday night against the New York Knicks ...

    Katie Richcreek Written by Katie Richcreek about 3 months ago 647,522 reads 219 comments

  24. J.R. Smith Injury: Updates on Cavaliers Guard's Knee and Return

    Cleveland Cavaliers shooting guard J.R. Smith left the floor during the team's Nov. 2 game against the Philadelphia 76ers with a right knee contusion. He has yet to return to action, though he is expected to play against the Utah Jazz ...

    Matt Fitzgerald Written by Matt Fitzgerald about 3 months ago 18,615 reads 43 comments

  25. Kirk Hinrich Injury: Updates on Bulls Guard's Toe and Return

    Chicago Bulls guard Kirk Hinrich suffered a sore toe that kept him out of the lineup beginning on Nov. 1. He would return against the Charlotte Hornets on Nov. 13. Continue for updates...

    Scott Polacek Written by Scott Polacek about 3 months ago 646 reads 0 comments