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After a 116-86 drubbing at the hands of the Cavaliers trimmed the Celtics' series lead to 2-1, guard Terry Rozier said he believes his team got a much-needed wake-up call. "We needed to get our butts whooped," said Rozier.
In a make-or-miss postseason, Cleveland's shots finally went down, as LeBron James notched 12 assists and the Cavs made 17-of-34 from the 3-point line to claim their first win of the Eastern Conference finals.
Ahead of Sunday's Game 3 of the Western Conference finals, Warriors forward Draymond Green said, "I think we're at our best when we feel threatened," adding that in Game 2, "We didn't feel as threatened, and the sense of urgency wasn't there."
Basketball Hall of Famer Bill Russell was taken to the hospital on Friday and released Saturday. A representative told TMZ that Russell was suffering from dehydration.
In his series "Detail," Kobe Bryant offered Celtics rookie Jayson Tatum advice on how to improve, which Tatum says he has "probably watched like 25 times already."
What will decide Rockets-Warriors? Steph Curry's defense and the Warriors finding their mojo on offense are two big things to watch.
Are we headed for a Warriors-Celtics NBA Finals? What's up with Stephen Curry? Our NBA experts answer the pressing questions in the conference finals.
Phoenix Suns general manager Ryan McDonough says he hasn't ruled out the option of dealing away the No. 1 pick in June's draft for a lower pick -- or even a worthy veteran player.
Trae Young says his focus is to be not just the best player in the 2018 draft, but the best player in the NBA.
Which decisions on key players, draft picks, trades and new contracts will be priorities for every franchise?
Who are the new favorites to make the NBA Finals, and who will win the title? Our panel makes predictions.
At least nine NBA teams will have a different coach than the one that started the 2017-18 season. Keep up with every change on the sidelines here.
The NBA has been on the leading edge of legalized sports betting. But what does the Supreme Court decision mean for the league and how will it affect the game?
An internet mix-up led to Jose Calderon briefly showing up on Google with a net worth of $2.2 billion, leading to endless jokes in Cleveland.