The Utah Jazz signed guard Alec Burks to a multi-year contract extension, the team announced Friday.
All of that hype and for what? Nothing.
2013-14 NBA Rookie of the Year Michael Carter-Williams had the third-year option on his rookie contract picked up by the Philadelphia 76ers, who also exercised their option on fellow 2013 first- round pick Nerlens Noel.
The most injury-ridden team in the NBA just lost another one of its key pieces on Thursday.
The Golden State Warriors exercised their fourth-year team contract options on forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli for the 2015-16 campaign.
The San Antonio Spurs announced that forward Kawhi Leonard has been cleared to play in Friday's game at Phoenix.
New York Knicks point guard Jose Calderon will miss 2-to-3 weeks with a right calf strain.
The Charlotte Hornets signed guard Kemba Walker to a multi-year contract extension on Thursday, a day after he lifted his team to a season-opening win.
The Dallas Mavericks announced the return of guard J.J. Barea to an undisclosed contract Wednesday.
Julius Randle's rookie season will last only a single game, as the Los Angeles Lakers announced Thursday that the 2014 first-round pick will miss the remainder of the campaign after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured right tibia.
I really do try my best not to hate anyone, seeing as how that word can be thrown around rather easily, which is why it was so tough watching the Florida State-Louisville game on Thursday night.
Keselowski and Harvick are currently ranked seven and eighth, respectively, in the eight-driver Chase field for the Eliminator Round. The third round in the playoffs began last Sunday at Martinsville, the only short track on the Chase schedule.
The St. Louis Rams deemed linebacker Jo- Lonn Dunbar questionable for Sunday's tilt against the San Francisco 49ers.
LaTroy Hawkins will be back for a 21st major league season after the Colorado Rockies exercised the veteran closer's 2015 contract option on Friday.
In a fitting twist of fate, the New Jersey Devils finally ended their NHL record run of shootout losses on Oct. 30, or as some folks call it, "Devil's Night."