Lakers are embarrassed now, but they can recover after Hurley's rejection

The failed pursuit of Dan Hurley is embarrassing for the Lakers, but what they do next will be more important.

The overlooked strength that has Boston three wins from an NBA title

The Celtics sit three wins from banner 18 by dominating in one of basketball's core tenets.

The trade that inadvertently made the Celtics a title contender

Jrue Holiday has become one of the final players in the Celtics' championship puzzle.

Pacers oust Knicks behind historic hot shooting

The Pacers set an NBA playoff record after shooting 67.1% from the field in Game 7's drubbing of the Knicks.

2024, not 1994: Knicks, Pacers ready to make their own Game 7 history

The Knicks-Pacers series has evoked memories from the 1990s, but these players, most of whom weren't even alive for those battles, are ready to make their own history.

Knicks' Robinson has ankle surgery, sources say

New York Knicks center Mitchell Robinson had surgery on his left ankle Monday and will miss the remainder of the postseason.

Inside the growing rivalry between two of the best guards in the East

Tyrese Haliburton and Jalen Brunson are developing a rivalry fueled by this series and Team USA.

Source: Pacers file complaint over 78 calls at MSG

The Pacers have submitted 78 plays to the NBA office that they felt went against them incorrectly during Games 1 and 2 against the Knicks, a source told ESPN.

Carlisle says Pacers want 'fair shot' from officials

Pacers coach Rick Carlisle, who erupted and was ejected in the final minute of Wednesday's Game 2 loss, said he felt unfair officiating again favored the big-market Knicks.

Haliburton shoots for G2 rebound: 'I'll be better'

Tyrese Haliburton, who scored just six points and took just six shots in Indiana's Game 1 loss to the Knicks, said Tuesday he's not worried about the performance and repeatedly told the media he'll "be better" in Wednesday's Game 2.