LOS ANGELES (AP) Clippers guard Chris Paul has sprained his left
thumb against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
A team spokesman for Los Angeles says Paul got hurt in the
second quarter Monday night and won't return.
Paul had eight points, six assists and three rebounds in 13
minutes. The star… read more
MIAMI (AP) The Miami Heat have signed forward Okaro White to a
White was with the Heat for the summer league last year and
training camp before this season. Tuesday's move means he becomes
the 16th name on the roster. Miami received permission from the NBA
to exceed… read more
SACRAMENTO, California (AP) Russell Westbrook had a big second
half and another triple-double, and it still almost wasn't enough
for Oklahoma City.
Westbrook had 36 points, 11 rebounds and 10 assists for his 20th
triple-double of the season as the Thunder beat the Sacramento
Kings 122-118 on Sunday night.
The… read more
NEW YORK (AP) Even an offense as potent as Houston's can go cold
during the long NBA winter.
"It happens," James Harden said. "But as long as we stay at an
even level, we just continue to get better, continue to learn from
our mistakes, we'll be all right."
Especially… read more
There are days the NBA holds dear, days the league sets even
more emphasis on putting its best foot forward.
Opening night, Christmas Day, All-Star weekend. They are all
important dates for the league to engage its fans, grab ratings and
put on a show. Ranking right up near the… read more
INDIANAPOLIS (AP) New Orleans center Anthony Davis has left the
Pelicans' game at Indiana after landing hard on his back following
Team officials said he injured his right hip and left thumb on
Monday, and X-rays were negative. His return was doubtful.
The three-time All-Star got hurt with… read more
OAKLAND, Calif. (AP) Draymond Green and LeBron James went at it
again in the first half of the Cavaliers' visit to Golden State on
Their latest dustup came with 6:55 left in the first half.
Golden State led 52-35 when James collided with Green near
midcourt, resulting in a… read more