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Shumpert arrested at airport for pot possession
— Former NBA player Iman Shumpert was arrested at the Dallas Fort Worth International Airport last weekend for allegedly trying to bring six ounces of cannabis through security.[read more]

Lakers, LeBron hold 'productive' contract talks
LeBron James and the Los Angeles Lakers have held "productive" dialogue on a possible contract extension, Klutch Sports Group CEO Rich Paul told ESPN on Thursday.[read more]

Source: Kings, Cook agree to one-year deal
The Sacramento Kings have agreed to terms on a one-year contract with Quinn Cook, a source told ESPN's Andscape on Monday.[read more]

NBA: Players must be vaxxed to play in Canada
The NBA informed teams Monday that players still need to have either received a primary course of a COVID-19 vaccine or been given a medical clearance from getting one in order to play games in Canada, according to a league memo obtained by ESPN.[read more]

Trial to begin over Kobe Bryant crash photos
Kobe Bryant's widow, Vanessa, is seeking unspecified millions in compensation for snapshots taken of the NBA star's corpse that were circulated after he was killed in a helicopter crash with their daughter and seven others in 2020.[read more]

Nets' Tsai backs staff amid Durant trade demands
Brooklyn Nets governor Joe Tsai voiced his support Monday night for the front office and coaching staff after Kevin Durant told Tsai to choose between him and the team's general manager and coach.[read more]

NBA teams reveal new City and Classic Edition jerseys for 2022-23 season
Whether they're changing it up or throwing it back, teams across the league will be rocking inspired looks during the 2022-23 season.[read more]

Bulls' DeMar DeRozan balls out in his second Drew League contest of the summer
DeRozan joins a list of NBA stars who have dominated the Drew League this summer.[read more]

Bill Russell deserves our reverence, understanding, respect
There are no superlatives, no metrics, no numbers, no generational or era comparisons that can account for a life lived, especially one as furiously pronounced and independent as Bill Russell's.[read more]