Phil Jackson, who guided the Los Angeles Lakers to five National Basketball Association championships and the Michael Jordan-led Chicago Bulls to six, will advise the Detroit Pistons on their coaching search.
David Vahey was printing “Sonics Fever” T-shirts yesterday near Seattle when his partner called and told him to stop. National Basketball Association owners had rejected the city’s bid for a team.
Bernard King, Gary Payton and Rick Pitino were among the class of 2013 announced today for the Basketball Hall of Fame.
Thousands of feet over Lake Erie in cloudy skies, Dan Gilbert sits in his eight-seat Hawker 700 jet and celebrates a win.
The New York Knicks hired Mark Warkentien as director of pro player personnel, the National Basketball Association team said in a statement.
Rick Welts said he’s stepping down as president and chief executive officer of the Phoenix Suns, four months after disclosing that he’s gay.
The Boston Celtics have lost two players in as many months to season-ending heart surgery.
Maurice Lucas , a four-time National Basketball Association All-Star power forward who helped lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a championship, died yesterday of bladder cancer. He was 58.
Ray Allen became the National Basketball Association’s career leader in 3-point shots made as the Boston Celtics lost 92-86 to the Los Angeles Lakers.
The Portland Trail Blazers fired coach Nate McMillan a day after a 42-point loss to the New York Knicks.