As the league celebrates the words and impact of Martin Luther King Jr., a group of NBA players reflects on the past year and looks forward in the pursuit of social justice.
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Following a season-high fourth straight win on Sunday, two Clippers veterans credited the team's improved chemistry. "I feel like our energy is way better this season," said Marcus Morris Sr., with Paul George describing LA's dynamic as a "real bond."
Patrick Mahomes' injury has thrown a wrench into setting lines for the AFC Championship, and there's a new favorite in the NBA's Eastern Conference.
Luka Doncic recorded a historic triple-double on Sunday but blamed his "selfish" play in the second half for the Mavericks' 117-101 loss to the Bulls.
Kyrie Irving is listed as questionable for Monday's game against the Bucks. It's the first time since Jan. 5 that his status leaves room for him to be available to play.
Sunday's Sixers-Thunder game was postponed after Philadelphia fell short of having the league-required eight players available.
Rockets GM Rafael Stone cited the "flexibility" provided by the historic haul of first-round draft picks the franchise received in the James Harden trade as the reason he chose to deal the perennial MVP candidate to the Nets over other offers.
Celtics star Kemba Walker, who has been out since the end of last season as he underwent a strengthening program for his ailing left knee, will play about 20 minutes against the Knicks on Sunday, coach Brad Stevens said.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has revealed that he received the COVID-19 vaccine and is encouraging others to consider doing the same.
Ja Morant returned from an ankle sprain that was supposed to keep him out for up to five weeks in just under three as he led the Grizzlies to a win on Saturday night.
Newly acquired Pacers wing Caris LeVert is out indefinitely after an MRI revealed a small mass on his left kidney.
The Nets say James Harden is available for their game against the Magic on Saturday night.
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"Fueled" by his playoff struggles, LA Clippers star Paul George continued his torrid start to the season, scoring 26 points in a 138-100 rout of the Kings.
Chicago Bulls coach Billy Donovan put it bluntly after his team blew a 22-point lead in Friday's overtime loss to the Thunder: The Bulls "don't know how" to win yet.
Giannis Antetokounmpo said his plan to fix his growing free throw issues this season is to "shoot more" of them.
Luka Doncic expressed dismay on the court at coach Rick Carlisle's decision not to use a timeout during a critical possession in the final minute of Friday's loss to the Bucks.
LeBron James is expected to promote the Mountain Dew brand, which has become one of the NBA's prime sponsors after PepsiCo took over as its official beverage partner in 2015.
Karl-Anthony Towns, whose mother died from complications related to COVID-19 back in April, says he's tested positive for the virus.
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