After a deal for Kyrie Irving failed to make a difference in Dallas, a frustrating collapse gives way to an offseason full of uncertainty.
Klay: Don’t see anyone beating us ‘when healthy’
The Warriors’ playoff seeding won’t be determined until Sunday, but after Friday’s win over the Kings, Klay Thompson said he doesn’t see any team beating Golden State in a seven-game…
Suns lose Biyombo, Payne to injuries vs. Lakers
Suns center Bismack Biyombo was ruled out for the game after suffering a right knee injury in Friday’s loss to the Lakers. Phoenix also lost guard Cameron Payne, who landed…
Grizzlies wrap up No. 2 seed with win over Bucks
The Grizzlies beat the short-handed Bucks 137-114 on Friday night to wrap up the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference for the second consecutive season.
Nets ‘endure’ rocky year, lock up 6-seed in East
The Nets’ season, which has included the firing of coach Steve Nash and the trades of Kevin Durant and Kyrie Irving, will continue in the playoffs, where Brooklyn will be…
Kings rest top 3 scorers in key game for Warriors
The Kings are resting De’Aaron Fox, Domantas Sabonis and Kevin Huerter for Friday night’s game aganist the Warriors, who could be relegated to the play-in tournament if they lose one…
Celtics’ Brown cuts hand on glass, gets 5 stitches
Celtics All-Star Jaylen Brown said he expects to be ready to go in time for the start of the playoffs after cutting a finger on his shooting hand.
Kentucky’s Tshiebwe to test NBA draft waters
Kentucky star Oscar Tshiebwe declared for the NBA draft on Friday, but the 2022 Wooden Award winner also left open the option to return to Lexington for one more season.
UConn’s Hawkins riding title high to draft entry
Jordan Hawkins is following up UConn’s national title run by entering the 2023 NBA draft, where he is ranked 15th in ESPN’s projections.
Zion won’t return in time for play-in, Griffin says
Zion Williamson won’t be back from his hamstring injury in time to appear for the Pelicans in the play-in tournament. Williamson has been out since Jan. 2.