The Bears' best defender and offensive initiator projects as one of the most pro-ready players in Thursday night's draft.
The cracker company’s new promotion determined that the 7’4” NBA player can hold 301 Goldfish in one handful.
The NBA’s first female assistant coach is the star of a new 60-second documentary.
As he takes over for the legendary Dirk Nowitzki as the face of the franchise, MFFLs are hoping for more from the young Slovenian than just thrilling play.
Houston Rockets GM Daryl Morey tweeted support for protesters in Hong Kong, and all hell broke loose—in ways that even united the two rivals.
The enigmatic NBA superstar isn’t long for Oklahoma City. How likely is he to head south down I-35?
Along with Tim Duncan and Manu Ginobili, he brought unprecedented NBA success to the Alamo City.
In this year’s NBA Finals, do they root for the star who spurned them or their hated Western Conference foe?
On this week’s National Podcast of Texas, the UT professor and 'Sprawlball' author describes how data analysis has transformed basketball.
*There’s a big drop off between #1 and #2, though.
Pop’s outspoken remarks have created room for America’s most politically active sports league to take an even more active stance.
Somehow, the Mavericks and the Rockets join the Spurs in the NBA playoffs again this year—but we don’t like their odds.
The seemingly humorless coach plays up his persona for a perfect prank.
Becky Hammon coached the Spurs to a Summer League title, but some people seem surprised she wasn’t writing plays in lipstick.
Texas, Let’s Get to Know Flower Mound High School’s Lauren Cox, the Top Women’s Basketball Prospect in the Country
The six-foot-four junior has already made a fan of LeBron James.
Bad news, Memphis: not only are your Grizzlies on the way to losing to the Spurs, but you still won't get to eat the world's best barbecue!
A new collective bargaining agreement and the potential loss of Tyson Chandler, the team’s defensive star, may mean a tough road head for the reigning NBA champs.
After years of watching their fathers tear up the NBA,19-year-old Moses Malone, Jr., and 22-year-old George Gervin, Jr., have the ball in their court—at the University of Houston. Malone, who graduated from Friendswood High School in May, and Gervin, a San Antonio native who spent last year at San Jacinto