Melvin Gordon is no longer with the team that drafted him, and he is looking forward to a fresh start with his new team.
The Chicago Bulls let go of longtime athletic trainer Jeff Tanaka this week, and an even bigger change may be coming next.
The Miami Heat assembling The Big Three in 2010 was probably the biggest free agent coup in NBA history, but Chicago Bulls GM Jerry Krause apparently tried to pull off something similarly ambitious a
George Kittle is finding creative ways to roast his quarterback, even remotely.
Alex Bregman is now seeking new representation, and there may be more to the story than meets the eye.
Donald Sterling was an absolute disgrace of an NBA owner, and we are getting another testament to that this week.
Deion Sanders never played a single game for the Kansas City Royals despite originally being drafted by them in 1985, and now it is being revealed that the backstory actually went a little deeper.
If the NBA does decide to reinstate its amnesty provision, one top-name player could be a likely casualty of it.