Carmelo Anthony said he wants to return to the New York Knicks, though only if the team is competing to win a title rather than rebuilding, according to the New York Post.
U.S. existing home sales last month held close to the lowest level since July 2012, while new home sales and durable goods orders probably picked up, data in the coming week may show.
LeBron James’s Miami Heat jersey was the No. 1 seller on the National Basketball Association’s online store this season, marking his sixth time leading the retail category.
Duke University forward Jabari Parker said he’ll make himself available for the National Basketball Association draft after leading his team in scoring as a freshman.
Even if the creative types didn’t outnumber the bankers, at least they showed them a good time at the Brooklyn Artists Ball.
Andrei Kirilenko, the National Basketball Association player known as AK-47, is defying Russian antipathy toward U.S. brands by opening the country’s first Hooters restaurant.
Basketball Hall of Famer David Robinson, who co-founded private equity firm Admiral Capital Group, never hesitated to solicit financial advice from Avenue Capital Management’s Marc Lasry.
Major League Soccer is expanding into Atlanta.
Atlanta Hawks owner Bruce Levenson wants fans to picture this: Less than a second left in the game and Kyle Korver is at the foul line, trailing by one. Time out.
Google Inc. Chief Legal Officer David Drummond is among the six people chosen by Sacramento Mayor Kevin Johnson to serve on the committee that will help pick the next executive director of the National Basketball Association players’ union.
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