Russell Westbrook logged his 182nd career triple-double on Monday, breaking the nearly 50-year-old record set by Oscar Robertson.
The Grizzlies on Monday night clinched a berth in the play-in tournament, hoping to avoid the fate they suffered last year.
Veteran NBA referee Tony Brown, who worked his first NBA Finals last season, has been diagnosed with pancreatic cancer and will miss the rest of the season,… Read more “NBA ref Brown has cancer, to miss rest of season”
Kristaps Porzingis will be held out of Tuesday’s game against the Memphis Grizzlies, but could return on Wednesday against the New Orleans Pelicans, according to Rick Carlisle.… Read more “Kristaps Porzingis Could Return To Mavs Lineup On Wednesday”
James Harden could return to the Brooklyn Nets lineup on Wednesday, reported Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN. The return date is not a certainty, though Harden is getting… Read more “James Harden Getting Closer To Return, Could Potentially Play On Wednesday”
Russell Westbrook recorded his 182nd career triple-double during Monday night’s 125-124 loss to the Atlanta Hawks, breaking Oscar Robertson’s record for all-time triple-doubles. Westbrook finished the game… Read more “Russell Westbrook On Breaking All-Time Triple-Double Record: ‘It’s Just A Blessing’”
Here’s a snapshot of the updated NBA playoff picture, including the full standings for each conference.
Russell Westbrook passed Oscar Robertson for most career triple-doubles on Monday.
Second-year Pelicans superstar Zion Williamson is out indefinitely with a fractured finger — which the Pelicans blame primarily on NBA officiating.
Rose gave the tribute to his mother following an “NBA Countdown” segment on how she named him “Jalen,” setting the way for the name’s meteoric spike in… Read more “Jalen Rose moved to tears in tribute to mother, grandmother on Mother’s Day”