Monthly Archives: January 2018

Brook Lopez can’t hide frustration in lost season with Lakers

Barely getting on the floor in the fourth quarter these days, Brook Lopez is having the worst season of his career, with a game against his former team, the Nets, looming.

Sources: Noah won’t return by trade deadline

The Knicks won't ask Joakim Noah to return to the team before the Feb. 8 trade deadline, league sources tell ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The team told Noah to stay away after a disagreement with coach Jeff Hornacek, sources said.

Devin Booker isn’t an All-Star, but it’s amazing he’s already this close

Here's how the Suns guard surged past expectations for a late lottery pick, and what we can learn for future drafts.

Report: Phoenix Suns reach contract buyout agreement with Greg Monroe

The Phoenix Suns have agreed to a contract buyout with veteran center Greg Monroe, according to ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.

Monroe reaches buyout with Suns, sources say

The Suns have agreed to a contract buyout with center Greg Monroe, league sources told ESPN. The Celtics and the Pelicans both have strong interest in Monroe, according to sources.

C’s Morris falls hard after dunk, bruises left hip

Boston forward Marcus Morris suffered a bruised left hip late in the third quarter Wednesday. Morris streaked in alone for a two-handed slam and crashed hard to the floor after New York's Michael Beasley appeared to inadvertently clip him near his head.

Detroit Pistons introduce Blake Griffin, who is glad to be with team that wants him

AUBURN HILLS, Mich. (AP) — Blake Griffin described his reaction when he found out he had been traded.

Kevin Love lost: All-Star forward’s broken hand a pain for Cleveland Cavavliers

CLEVELAND (AP) — Kevin Love's broken left hand has caused further damage to the crumbling Cavaliers.

J.J. Redick returns to Philadelphia 76ers’ lineup in Brooklyn

NEW YORK (AP) — Philadelphia guard J.J. Redick has returned after missing seven games with an injured left fibula.

New Orleans Pelicans All-Star DeMarcus Cousins has surgery on Achilles tendon

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — The New Orleans Pelicans says front-court All-Star DeMarcus Cousins has had surgery to repair his ruptured left Achilles tendon.