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28 Jul 2014 at 10:32pm
By Mark Lamport-Stokes LOS ANGELES (Reuters) - The Los Angeles Lakers appointed former player Byron Scott as their new head coach on Monday, bringing an end to their "extensive and thorough" search for Mike D'Antoni's replacement. Scott, 53, was a three-time NBA champion with the Lakers during their triumphant 'Showtime' era in the 1980s and has worked as a head coach in the league for 13 years, most recently with the Cleveland Cavaliers He was fired by the Cavaliers on April 18 last year after compiling a record of 64-166 during his three seasons in charge, and has since worked as an analyst for the Lakers' television broadcast partner, TWC SportsNet.

28 Jul 2014 at 8:45pm
Bulls guard Derrick Rose looked sharp in his first workout at the U.S. training camp. He also sounded as confident as ever.

28 Jul 2014 at 8:02pm
Derrick Rose says he feels old. ''I was joking with Kyle Korver, I told him 'I'm getting old, man. I've got to stretch, I've got to use rollers and stuff.' He looked at me kind of weird,'' Rose said laughingly. I think I've sacrificed a lot for this moment.'' Rose, the Chicago Bulls star who is coming off two knee injuries that kept him out for much of the last two seasons, said he played roughly nine minutes of the team's scrimmage during a two-hour practice.

28 Jul 2014 at 4:12pm
That's the first in a series of 60-second public service announcements produced by Joakim Noah's charitable organization imploring Chicago residents to come together and stem the rising tide of violence that has swept away dozens of lives this summer. The Chicago Bulls center introduced the "Chicago, Stand Up" campaign at a youth-focused event at a community center in the city's Near West Side section held Friday, the day before his Noah's Arc Foundation hosted a basketball tournament for 18- to 24-year-old men from different parts of Chicago aimed at emphasizing messages of peace, unity, competition and togetherness. (The Friday event also included Noah playfully swatting young fans' shots , as befits his status as the NBA's reigning Defensive Player of the Year.) "This Peace Tournament at the United Center is very, very special to me," Noah said, according to Blake Schuster of the Chicago Tribune . "Sports are something that unites people. To be able to do that where we play and compete every day is special." While the tournament was a one-day event, the PSAs ? which are narrated by rapper/actor Common and feature Noah alongside his Bulls teammate Derrick Rose, young people from the city and a variety of community activists ? will continue to air. Noah hoping that with enough passionate repetition and substantive action, the message ? to turn away from violence and retribution, and to turn toward more positive pursuits, whether they be athletic, artistic, professional or otherwise ? will be heard. ?The summer months bring a lot of violence, and we felt it was urgent to get this PSA out now in order to bring some hope, change and support to the community,? Noah said, according to Maudlyne Ihejirika of the Chicago Sun-Times . More tangible efforts will be needed to quell the violence that has resulted in 222 homicides in the city in 2014 thus far, according to RedEye Chicago . Getting your arms around a problem so daunting, so pervasive, isn't easy, but Noah remains committed to doing what he can to get the ball rolling. From Jon Greenberg of ESPN Chicago : "This city has given me so much, it's hard to know what's really going on a couple blocks from here," on the West Side, Noah said. "The South Side is close. This is where I live. I live in Chicago now. I just want to do my best. I don't know all the answers. At the end of the day, I just want to go out there and help, because this is just as important to me as winning a championship." [...] "It's not about legacy, it's not about none of that," Noah said. "I don't care about that. It's about helping people. At the end of the day, that, to me, is bigger than basketball. Here's more on the PSA unveiling from CBS 2 in Chicago: Hat-tip to For the Win . - - - - - - - Dan Devine is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @YourManDevine Stay connected with Ball Don't Lie on Twitter @YahooBDL , "Like" BDL on Facebook and follow BDL's Tumblr for year-round NBA talk, jokes and more.

28 Jul 2014 at 3:16pm
On Saturday, stuck in the middle of the NBA?s slow season, Indiana Pacers All-Star Paul George was clearly yearning: Missing fishing right now ? Paul George (@Paul_George24) July 26, 2014 Looking to fill that void, George opened up to his nearly 700,000 followers on Twitter, mentioning that he?d take ten questions from random fans. The list of Qs and eventual As were the typical fare, citing George?s favorite movie (?Saving Private Ryan?), NBA heroes from his youth (Kobe, Tracy McGrady, Anfernee Hardaway), his favorite non-Indianapolis arenas to play in (Madison Square Garden, the Staples Center), while doing sound work in mentioning ?Sofia Vergara and Alex Morgan? as his favorite celebrity crushes. Then he reeled in this big?un: Firing Obrien and starting in playoffs RT @ballsohardmj : @Paul_George24 Best memory as a rook? ? Paul George (@Paul_George24) July 26, 2014 ?Obrien,? in this instance, refers to former Indiana coach Jim O?Brien, who was let go partway through the 2010-11 season. Assistant coach Frank Vogel took over after Obie?s 17-27 start, and helped lead the young Pacers to the playoffs with a 20-18 turn. The team would eventually fall to the top ranked Chicago Bulls in the first round, but not before putting the Bulls through their, pardon the phrase, paces, establishing a defensive identity that has led to Indiana?s current ranking amongst the championship contenders. George would start for the second half of Vogel?s 38-game run, and Indiana went 10-9 with the rookie in the lineup alongside All-Star swingman Danny Granger. The move to send veteran Mike Dunleavy Jr. to the bench cost the Pacers in terms of spacing, but it also helped spring out a devastating defensive perimeter rotation, and accelerate George?s growth as a player. When Granger went down for the bulk of the 2012-13 with a knee injury, the young triptych of George, Roy Hibbert, and Vogel helped take the Pacers all the way to the seventh game of the Eastern Conference finals. Indiana would not make it as far in 2014, falling to the Heat in six games, and Vogel?s job security has been called into question after the Pacers collapsed mentally, offensively, and even defensively down the stretch of the 2013-14 season. George admitted that his team ?peaked too early,? and many observers wondered why Vogel couldn?t find a solution to the team?s rotation-wide woes. O?Brien did resurface as a Dallas Mavericks assistant in 2012-13, but he retired after that lone season back on the sidelines. The former Pacers and Celtics head coach has not been mentioned as a candidate to fill any of the myriad head coaching openings that have sprung up around the NBA in the years since his 2011 dismissal, and he likely doesn?t enjoy seeing his name back in the news under these circumstances. Worse, he probably doesn?t enjoy the fact that his firing ranks as one of the NBA?s premier?s players best memories ?as a rook,? choosing to answer that question amongst dozens of other queries on Twitter. It?s no secret that most NBA players prefer certain coaches over others, and either look forward to or reflect fondly upon an unloved coach?s dismissal, but rare is the player that will speak out about it following the separation. It?s fair to suggest that celebrating such things on the record could be viewed as gauche, rude, or worse. This is what happens on Twitter, on a Saturday, and in the NBA?s dead season. Sorry about that, Obie. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

28 Jul 2014 at 12:04am
Golden State has balked at moving its starting shooting guard and Klay Thompson said he "got that vibe" from new Warriors coach Steve Kerr that he wouldn't be traded.

27 Jul 2014 at 9:34pm
Paul Millsap has long been one of the more underappreciated players in the NBA, a do-it-all forward who has toiled in anonymity while playing in Utah and Atlanta. Now he's going to get a chance to really make a name for himself with Team USA. Millsap was invited to Team USA's training camp Sunday, with chairman Jerry Colangelo hoping the Hawks forward's versatility will help the team's frontcourt that has been hurt by several high-profile withdrawals in recent weeks. ''Paul has prior experience at the national team level having participated in the 2009 national team mini-camp and offers us veteran inside player who possesses attributes that can be beneficial for us,'' Colangelo said.

27 Jul 2014 at 7:31pm
The Los Angeles Lakers have waited nearly three months to hire a new coach, and they're apparently making Byron Scott wait a few more days. Scott said this weekend that he has been hired by the Lakers, but the club insisted Sunday that no deal has been reached. Scott, who won three NBA titles as a shooting guard for the Lakers, told KCBS-TV he will take over the club, which hasn't had a coach since Mike D'Antoni resigned April 30.

25 Jul 2014 at 11:37pm
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago White Sox say owner Jerry Reinsdorf has been hospitalized after feeling lightheaded in Cooperstown, New York.

25 Jul 2014 at 5:40pm
The Los Angeles Lakers offered Byron Scott their head coaching job, according to

25 Jul 2014 at 5:40pm
In a league that?s getting smaller and quicker, the need for a knockout low post presence at center and power forward has been minimized. The NBA, more than ever, values spacing and sharing, and less of the low post hoggery that dominated the league?s first few decades or dull two-man game?ry that dominated the 1990s and early aughts. The Chicago Bulls boast what is probably the league?s deepest frontcourt, but it hardly reminds of the sluggo outfits from days of NBA yore. With Joakim Noah, Pau Gasol, Taj Gibson and Nikola Mirotic up front, the team is able to field four players with fabulously versatile games that could produce a ferocious array of passing, finishing, shooting from the outside and the ability to make life hell for opposing offenses. The one problem? None of these guys should be playing small forward, and there are only 48 minutes in a game, and just two positions to fill. Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau discussed as much in an interview with Chicago-area 87.7 The Game on Thursday morning , via Pro Basketball Talk : "I'm not sure on who's starting and who's finishing yet," Thibodeau told the Kap & Haugh Show on 87.7 FM The Game on Thursday morning. "Here's the thing, I know all three are going to have a significant role. I have 96 minutes there and I look at all three of those guys as starters. We'll see how it unfolds when we get to training camp and we let them play together." Regardless of how the minutes are divided up, Thibodeau only has one goal in mind. "We're always going to do what's best for the team and make us function at the highest level." Thibs went on to confirm that his current situation is ?a great problem to have,? and he?s not wrong in that regard. The question that most Bulls fans fear, however, is whether or not Thibodeau will actually be faced with this ?problem.? Joakim Noah missed just two games last season and in 2012, but he ended this year limping with a knee injury (that eventually required surgery) the Chicago medical staff allowed him to play through, and he had to gut through severe plantar fasciitis in 2012-13 when Thibodeau played the spindly center too many minutes. Pau Gasol recently turned 34, and he?s missed a combined 55 games over the last two years with a variety of injuries and sicknesses. If history is any indication, this lovely litany of capable big men could spend some time on the shelf this season. Luckily, that?s where Gibson and Mirotic come in. Neither are facsimiles of the players that they back up off the Chicago bench, but they?re not far off. Gibson isn?t the rebounder or passer that Noah is, but some Chicago observers believe that Gibson (and not Joakim, the reigning Defensive Player of the Year) is the best defender on the Bulls. Mirotic has yet to prove anything at the NBA level, he isn?t as tall nor as composed as Pau Gasol (who is?), but he does bring shooting and a fantastic and creative offensive touch. Longtime readers are aware of my Chicago affiliations, but fandom isn?t the reason behind my giddiness in the face of this frontcourt?s prospects. As an NBA fan above all, to me this is the most fascinating lineup of any crew in the league. As someone who adores high and low post passing and offense initiated by big men, the thought of Noah and Gasol whipping the ball around the court (and Gibson and Mirotic acting as the finishers on some of those passes) is incredibly compelling. And that?s without getting into the eventual return of Derrick Rose. For real this time. We swear. The overriding question, launching ahead of worries about health and minutes, has to do with this roster?s fit in the modern NBA. We just watched the San Antonio Spurs win a title based around spacing and the extra pass, and are the Bulls attempting to emulate that, or just sign as many darn good players as it can in the wake of Carmelo Anthony choosing money and security in staying home in New York ? Whatever the impetus, Joakim Noah digs the advancement. From a talk with K.C. Johnson of the Chicago Tribune : "Pau is somebody who is very, very smart," Noah said. "He?s somebody who comes with a lot of experience. He?s not just a great player. He?s somebody who cares about the community as well. I?m excited to see him help us as well in trying to slow down the violence and help the kids out here in Chicago. It?s very humbling to play with somebody who has won championships with his pedigree. He?s somebody I can really learn from. [?] "I?m happy for LeBron James," Noah said Friday. "He gets to go home. People are happy over there. But I really hope that we can kick his ass as many times as possible." With LeBron?s return to Cleveland, the Central division just perked up with another contender, a contender that still has a chance to improve were it to add Kevin Love in exchange for two rather raw (though promising) prospects. Indiana lost Lance Stephenson, but if it can return to its defensive-heavy ways , it should battle to defend its Central crown. Milwaukee and Detroit are rebuilding with youth and appear to finally have their collective heads on straight. Can Chicago battle each of those outfits with a smartly placed bounce pass and subsequent lay in? Can one of the more miserable offensive teams to behold, that 2013-14 squad was brutal, turn into the Eastern Conference?s prettiest offense? Can the big men hold up? It?s a fun set of problems to have. October can?t get here soon enough. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

25 Jul 2014 at 3:45pm
NBA All-Star guard John Wall was added Friday to the US squad for a pre-World Cup training camp while Blake Griffin of the Los Angeles Lakers withdrew from 2014 national team duty. Jerry Colangelo, USA Basketball's managing director of the national team, made the announcement, which comes three days before the start of training camp in Las Vegas on Monday.

25 Jul 2014 at 3:20pm
Washington Wizards guard John Wall has been added to the 2014-16 U.S. National Team roster, USA Basketball officially announced Friday.

25 Jul 2014 at 2:17pm
By most accounts, Minnesota Timberwolves part-owner/president/head coach/lead sandwich artist Flip Saunders has finally come to the conclusion that he won?t be able to convince Kevin Love to stay in town. That one year of Flip on the pine and a possible postseason placement for the Wolves wouldn?t be enough to encourage Love to pass on opting out of his contract in the summer of 2015 and explore the free-agent market. It once seemed a given that Saunders was deluded enough to think his offseason and regular-season touch would be enough to help change the All-Star forward?s mind, but it appears as if Saunders has come to his senses. Now, comes the trade bit. Or, actually, the trade bit started weeks ago. It probably should have started months ago, and it?s probably going to take at least another month to conclude. That much became certain last week, when the Chicago Bulls signed rookie Doug McDermott to a contract, and especially apparent when the Cleveland Cavaliers signed top overall pick Andrew Wiggins to his first contract on Thursday. Per NBA law, the new professionals cannot be traded for 30 days following the signing, which means we have at least 29 more days to wait out a potential Love-to-Cleveland/Chicago inevitability. This is, of course, presuming that any talk of Love heading to Golden State is dead in the water. Both Minnesota and Golden State seem curiously attracted to Klay Thompson, a rare top scoring shooting guard who does an adequate job at times of defending point guards. Thompson would immediately be in line for a maximum contract extension should the Warriors relent and trade the shooter, which seems like an odd starting-over spot for a rebuilding team like Minnesota. Wolves scorer Kevin Martin would also be sent to Golden State, and he?s a reasonable enough approximation of Thompson on the offensive end, while Love would be a massive upgrade over David Lee. Like we said, both sides seem a little off, here. That is what has held up Love?s potential trade dealings all along. Flip Saunders may not be the technical general manager -- NBA lifer Milt Newton has that role, and owner Glen Taylor is still a very hands-on boss when it comes to basketball decision. With that in place, Saunders? mix of unchecked powers and competitive fire (again, he probably thinks his draft picks and his coaching are the end to Love?s frustrations) have made this an unpredictable run. It?s admirable that Saunders thinks he can turn it around, as that?s the sort of confidence that what you want in a coach and president. It doesn?t make it right, though. This all seems to be ending, however. And how do we know? Because the Wolves are starting to leak stuff. Earlier in the week, the Chicago Sun-Times Joe Cowley printed a piece designed to earn some clicks and make the Cleveland Cavaliers sweat. Citing a ?a Timberwolves source,? Cowley reported the Bulls were the ?leader in the clubhouse? while offering McDermott, Taj Gibson, and ?a few other assets? while hinting that prized former Real Madrid forward Nikola Mirotic could also be in the mix. Why the Timberwolves would prefer the (damn good, but ?) 29-year-old Gibson alongside a low-end lottery pick and maybe Mirotic over Cleveland?s reported offer of the past two top overall picks in the draft is beyond comprehension. We?re not supposed to comprehend it, though. We?re just supposed to say ?oooooooh? as if Chicago just spit some hot fire, while looking over to Cleveland?s side as they prepared a retaliation verse. The reality is the Cleveland Cavaliers are the leader here, in offering Andrew Wiggins, Anthony Bennett, and a future first-rounder. Between those three assets and the unguaranteed contracts of Erik Murphy, John Lucas III and Malcolm Thomas, the Cavs have enough salary to legally deal for Love?s $15.7 million deal without needing the assistance of a third team. Chicago? Depending on if those ?assets? included Jimmy Butler, Tony Snell (who just finished a standout summer league performance) or Mike Dunleavy, the deal for Love would leave the team woefully thin at the swingman position, while relegating new signee Pau Gasol to a reserve role, as Love works in his prime. You?ll notice the Sun-Times did not feature a Chicago source in its report. The Cavaliers and Timberwolves can come to an agreement surrounding Love even before the Wiggins-inspired 30-day moratorium ends. If anything, Wiggins? signing does more to encourage a deal in spite of that technical delay, because now his rookie contract can be used to help build up salaries that approximate Love?s hefty deal. It?s the best offer the T'wolves are going to get, and they know it. All it took was for Flip Saunders to realize that no amount of work from October through April and possibly May in 2014-15 would be enough to make up for all the nonsense that went down in Minnesota from 2008 until this summer. Love has been through too much to want to give it one more shot, even if the Wolves still hold his technical rights, and even if he respects Saunders? vision moving forward. Whether Love is the piece Cleveland should be going after is still up for debate, as the team still needs increased defensive depth up front and more shooters. We?ve discussed that, and the idea that it?s just fine to trade for a certain star while acknowledging you?re giving up a future star in the process . With no obvious answers out there (what other team is dangling that mythical available reliable center who can board and defend?), going after Love makes the most sense. It also makes sense Flip Saunders has come around to what most already assumed. He was never going to be able to convince Kevin Love to stay past the summer of 2015. Might as well angle through the media and glom onto as many prospects as you can before losing him for good. More NBA coverage: - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

25 Jul 2014 at 9:50am
According to the report, the Cavaliers' offer still appeals to the Timberwolves more than any other proposal for Love. The Cavaliers signed Wiggins on Thursday, so they must wait 30 days from that date before they can trade him. Despite that, they are confident of their chances of acquiring Love and pairing him with star forward LeBron James. The Chicago Bulls, also hopeful of making a deal for Love, would likely include draft pick Doug McDermott and/or European star Nikola Mirotic in a trade.

25 Jul 2014 at 8:43am
Andrew Wiggins has an NBA home. The Cavaliers signed the No. 1 overall draft pick Thursday, a deal that prevents Wiggins from being traded for 30 days. Wiggins has been linked to a possible blockbuster trade with Minnesota for All-Star forward Kevin Love. The Cavs and Timberwolves have had talks about a trade involving Love for months, long before Cleveland selected Wiggins, the former Kansas standout, with the first pick in May's draft.

24 Jul 2014 at 4:22pm
After an action-packed summer league and a month full of transactions, we're finally at the real offseason. Check out some news from the past week.

24 Jul 2014 at 3:13pm
There never seems to be any shortage of Michael Jordan-related memorabilia on the collectibles circuit. From baseball cleats to "Flu Game" kicks , golf bags to love letters , plastic to glass and all the way up to expansive compounds , if you're an M.J. aficionado of means, there's just about always something cool and His Airness-specific on which you can bid hard-earned greenbacks. Compared to all those fun finds, a few sheets of old paper probably seems like a pretty lame way to spend your paper. The latest Mike item to hit the market, though, isn't just any ol' stack. It's Jordan's actual, physical contract for the 1997-98 NBA season, a one-year deal covering a campaign in which he led the NBA in scoring for the 10th time, took home his fifth NBA Most Valuable Player award, beat the Utah Jazz to win his sixth and final NBA championship ... and got paid an NBA single-season-record $33 million to do it all.

23 Jul 2014 at 8:48pm
The Minnesota Timberwolves are weighing their options when it comes to trading All-Star Kevin Love, with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Chicago Bulls both trying to land the versatile forward. Talks have picked up again this week, with the Cavaliers coming off of their long-held resistance to including No. 1 overall draft Andrew Wiggins in an offer and making a trade with Utah on Tuesday to help make an acquisition easier to pull off. Just as the Cavs appeared to be closing in on grabbing Love to pair with LeBron James and Kyrie Irving in a new-look ''Big 3'' in Cleveland, the Bulls appear to be making one last run to try to wrestle him away from their Eastern Conference competitors.

23 Jul 2014 at 7:10pm
First-round pick Doug McDermott and two previous first-rounders -- Taj Gibson and Nikola Mirotic -- are part of the Chicago Bulls' trade offer to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Love according to NBA reporter Chris Sheridan. "The hang-up is Mirotic and McDermott signed their contracts (Tuesday)," Sheridan told 87.7 FM The Game in Chicago.

23 Jul 2014 at 4:49pm
A look around the league and the Web that covers it. It's also important to note that the rotation order and starting nods aren't always listed in order of importance. That's for you, dear reader, to figure out. C : SB Nation . The Chicago Bulls have reportedly upped their offer for Kevin Love, as relayed by Kevin Zimmerman, though the initial source in the report has proven to be dubious in the past. Chicago cannot include rookie Doug McDermott in any deal for another 29 days. PF : SB Nation . Tom Ziller explains why the Cleveland Cavaliers need to pounce now in its attempts to lure Love from Minnesota. SF : Sports Illustrated . Rob Mahoney with an excellent and nuanced breakdown of the two different sides to Klay Thompson?s game. SG : ESPN Insider . Behind the pay wall, but a sound breakdown of the three options Minnesota is staring down as it attempts to deal Kevin Love. PG : Charlotte Observer . Kemba Walker talks about welcoming the similarly-minded Lance Stephenson to Charlotte. 6th : Pro Basketball Talk . The NBA just wrapped up its most-watched Summer League in history. 7th : Grantland . Zach Lowe details the plight of Eric Bledsoe, as his Phoenix Suns sit in the catbird seat, with restricted free agent leverage in hand. 8th : Arizona Republic . Even with Bledsoe?s future uncertain, it?s still just fine to get giddy over these Phoenix Suns. 9th : For the Win . Nate Scott with a look at why Kevin Durant should leave Oklahoma City for his hometown-ish Washington Wizards. In 2016. This will never end. 10th . SB Nation . Shockingly, Oklahoma City Thunder owners Clay Bennett and Aubrey McClendon might be doing some rather duplicitous, money-saving stuff. - - - - - - - Kelly Dwyer is an editor for Ball Don't Lie on Yahoo Sports. Have a tip? Email him at or follow him on Twitter! Follow @KDonhoops

23 Jul 2014 at 11:47am
First-round pick Doug McDermott and two previous first-rounders -- Taj Gibson and Nikola Mirotic -- are part of the Chicago Bulls' trade offer to the Minnesota Timberwolves for Kevin Love according to NBA reporter Chris Sheridan. "The hang-up is Mirotic and McDermott signed their contracts (Tuesday)," Sheridan told 87.7 FM The Game in Chicago. If Minnesota likes the offer way, way better than the Cleveland offer, they can wait."

22 Jul 2014 at 7:50pm
Andrew Wiggins will sign his rookie contract with the Cavaliers. A person familiar with the negotiations says the Cavs will sign the No. 1 overall pick to his deal, an agreement that would prevent any potential trade involving the small forward from being completed for 30 days. The Minnesota Timberwolves and Cavaliers have been discussing a potential deal that would send All-Star forward Kevin Love to the Cavaliers for Wigging, Anthony Bennett and other pieces. The person familiar with the talks says Wiggins will sign with Cleveland as early as Wednesday.

22 Jul 2014 at 7:15pm
(The Sports Xchange) - Talks between the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves surrounding forward Kevin Love threaten to derail talk of a newly formed 'Big Three' in Cleveland. The Cavaliers are offering No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins and 2013 top pick Anthony Bennett to acquire Love from the Timberwolves, but Chicago is still in the picture, according to ESPN. Trade options from the Bulls are likely to be young veterans and former first-round picks Taj Gibson and Jimmy Butler. It is not known whether the Bulls would part with sweet-shooting forward Doug McDermott. ...

22 Jul 2014 at 7:02pm
Talks between the Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Timberwolves surrounding forward Kevin Love threaten to derail talk of a newly formed Big Three in Cleveland.

22 Jul 2014 at 5:28pm
CHICAGO (AP) -- The Chicago Bulls say they have signed Doug McDermott, their first-round draft pick and last season's college player of the year.

22 Jul 2014 at 10:33am
USA Basketball selected 13 players for the 2014 USA Men's Select Team that will train July 28-31 with the 2014 USA Basketball Men's National Team during training camp in Las Vegas.

21 Jul 2014 at 7:19pm
The Cleveland Cavaliers plan to sign No. 1 overall draft pick Andrew Wiggins to a contract this week, according to

21 Jul 2014 at 6:41pm
Ryan Knaus digs deep into each NBA team's offensive repertoire, including play types, in the latest edition of The Numbers Game.

21 Jul 2014 at 5:12pm
Last week, the Indiana Pacers lost Lance Stephenson. On Monday, they replaced one of the NBA's best young players with shooting guard Rodney Stuckey. It's a swap that will make it a challenge for Indiana to win a third straight title in a division that might be the toughest in basketball. ''We just have to come out and play hard and play with each other,'' Stuckey said of the vastly improved Central Division.

23 Jul 2014 at 9:34pm
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