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KD logs triple-double as Nets rally past Sixers
The Nets scored 16 of the final 17 points in Friday's come-from-behind win over the Sixers.[read more]

Prolific dunker Green retires, joins Rockets' staff
Gerald Green, who won the 2007 NBA dunk contest, will join the Rockets' coaching staff as a player development coach.[read more]

76ers stick up for Simmons: 'He's still our brother'
Tobias Harris called Ben Simmons' meeting with the 76ers on Friday morning "a good start" while emphasizing the need to "be there for him as a team" and respect his privacy and space.[read more]

V. Bryant: Sheriff promised to secure crash site
Vanessa Bryant said the Los Angeles County sheriff assured her that he would secure the site of the 2020 helicopter crash that killed Kobe Bryant so that no one would take photographs, court documents say.[read more]

Russ 'OK with adversity' amid Lakers' slow start
Count new Lakers guard Russell Westbrook among those unfazed with the Lakers' slow start, as the veteran star knows there's still some time needed until "we all get comfortable with each other."[read more]

Warriors rib snubbed Klay, gift him No. 77 jersey
The Golden State Warriors enjoyed a few laughs at Klay Thompson's expense, hanging a No. 77 jersey in his locker in honor of him being left of the NBA's 75th anniversary team.[read more]

Harden, LeBron, Carmelo among greats celebrating place on NBA's Top 75 list
The NBA's anniversary celebration has been highlighted by a revamped list of the game's legends.[read more]

NBA75: Meet the best players in league history
The first 50 players on the league's list of the NBA's 75 greatest have been unveiled.[read more]

NBA's 75 greatest players: Snubs, all-time starting five and more
Now that the NBA has unveiled the full 76-player anniversary team, our experts debate who should and shouldn't have made it.[read more]

No point guards, some problems: What to expect from Nets, Sixers after two games
Beyond the absences of their star point guards, both Brooklyn and Philadelphia have pressing issues to address after two games this season.[read more]