This offseason was always going to hinge on what Kevin Durant would do when he hit free agency.
As we mentioned last year, the Guardian prefers to wait until the end of the playoffs before handing out our NBA awards.
Dikembe Mutombo knew it all along.
Kobe Bryant will bow out from the NBA in front of a packed house in Los Angeles on Wednesday night, and the Lakers legend admits “it means everything” to finish his career at home.
Kobe Bryant has announced that this will be his last season playing for the LA Lakers.
The holiday season hasn’t even begun, and already people are already starting to wonder if this year’s Golden State Warriors team is not just great, but historically great. In many ways, this is absolutely ridiculous, but that’s a byproduct of the Warriors being absolutely ridiculous.
Before this NBA season began it looked like the Western Conference was stacked and the Eastern Conference would be a complete muddle. As the playoff picture starts to come in focus, those predictions are turning out to be, if anything, too conservative.
The 2014-15 NBA season schedule has thrown up some exciting match-ups.
The new Lakers coach will face a tough season with a roster featuring Kobe Bryant, Jeremy Lin and Julius Randle.
The former Boston Celtics coach could switch from the Clippers to the Purple and Gold.