This weekend is All Star Weekend in the NBA, with the dunk contest always a highlight.
In their second and final matchup this regular season Miami Heat emerged victorious last night over the Oklahoma City Thunder in a 110 – 100 win in Oklahoma, holding off a Kevin Durant inspired run in the fourth quarter.
Usain Bolt has found a new sport, but sorry Manchester United fans - He hasn't been granted his long awaited trial.
LeBron James has broken his own record.
And the Clippers are the least... Our new NBA writer Oswin Knuckles explains all.
The fans pay top dollar for front row NBA seats, but it comes with a risk.
Miami Heat's LeBron James keeps on setting records.
Somewhere there's a casual sports fan who is still adjusting to the end of the NFL season.
British basketball star Luol Deng is one of two Chicago Bulls to be selected for the NBA All-Star game.
Despite what some fans in Los Angeles or Boston might desperately want to believe, it's no longer early in the NBA season. The February 15th All-Star Break is less than a month away, and after that comes the February 21st trading deadline.
The power forward will hit the open market in 2015, but who can tempt the Timberwolves into an early trade?
The Thunder are left with a mammoth task ahead after losing their star big man.
The National Basketball Association has named Dick Parsons, the former chairman of Citigroup and former CEO of Time Warner, as the interim CEO of Los Angeles Clippers, effective immediately.