What Anthony Edwards has accomplished at 22 -- even before Kobe, LeBron and Steph

The Wolves toiled in irrelevance and mediocrity for decades. That is, until their audacious 22-year-old leader stepped foot on the court this season, when he made sure his team would be neither one -- for years to come.

'He wasn't scared': How Chet Holmgren became a perfect fit for SGA and an OKC team built for a dynasty

There's Jokic and Murray in Denver, Tatum and Brown in Boston, KAT and Luka and Kyrie in Dallas. Then there's OKC's Chet and SGA, the youngest and most tantalizing duo of them all.

Six coaches in 13 years: What's behind this constant churn for the Lakers

The Lakers will hire their seventh coach since 2011 as yet another summer of upheaval and searching begins.

Malone: Late-arriving shoes not why Nuggets lost

Some Denver players took the court before the Nuggets' 119-108 loss to the Lakers in Game 4 without any shoes because of a mix-up in getting insoles onto the early bus to the arena, according to a team spokesman.

The harshest truth behind the Lakers' 0-3 deficit to the Nuggets

On the brink of yet another "competitive sweep" to the Nuggets, the differences between the two franchises are stark. One spent years building a championship roster and identity; the other, after years churning and searching, remains in the wilderness.

'Reality is coming' for Caitlin Clark: What WNBA greats are saying

Sue Bird, Elena Delle Donne, Nneka Ogwumike, Candace Parker and Lisa Leslie describe what Clark should expect.

Inside the improbable 20-year MVP rise for Shai Gilgeous-Alexander

Since he was 6 years old, the Oklahoma City Thunder guard has dreamed of becoming the NBA's best player. His mom always made sure he looked the part. This season, he's finally able to play it.

Mat Ishbia's Suns are all-in on 2024 -- because they have to be

A year ago, Mat Ishbia took control of a Phoenix Suns team embroiled in scandal. With just weeks before the playoffs, we take stock of his first year, the Big Three and an injury-filled season that has the Suns on the brink of the play-in.

Sources: Delle Donne taking break from hoops

Elena Delle Donne has decided she needs more time to think about her future in basketball, and it is unclear when she will return to the game, sources told ESPN.

Ex-WNBA MVP N. Ogwumike signs with Storm

Nneka Ogwumike, the 2016 WNBA MVP who averaged 19.1 points and 8.8 rebounds for the Sparks last season, signed with the Storm as a free agent.