Which teams are headed for sudden rises and dramatic falls? Is Ben Simmons a Sixer on opening night? Will LeBron deliver another title to Lakerland? Our NBA forecast concludes with Team Turmoil, Team Turnaround and pressing NBA questions.
The Nets and Bucks could be battling for conference supremacy all season long. Our NBA Summer Forecast kicks off with records and standings predictions for every East team.
Kevin Pelton is weighing in on all the latest offseason deals, including Aaron Gordon's extension with the Nuggets.
Paul Pierce thanking the teams that passed on him in the NBA draft and Chris Bosh returning one of Pat Riley's championship rings highlighted Saturday night's Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony for the Class of 2021.
The Bulls added depth to their frontcourt on Monday by agreeing to a two-year, $3.6 million deal with Alize Johnson.
Eastern Conference teams made some of the offseason's biggest splashes. Which teams set themselves up to succeed? Which teams failed to hit the mark? We're grading all 15 franchises.
Bulls restricted free agent Lauri Markkanen is headed to the Cavs as part of a four-year, $67 million sign-and-trade agreement, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski. The trade is part of a three-team swap that sends Larry Nance Jr. to Portland.
The biggest remaining free agent is off the market and headed to Cleveland. But will Markkanen be a good fit alongside Jarrett Allen and Evan Mobley?
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ESPN Sources: Cleveland's acquiring Chicago's Lauri Markkanen in three-way sign and trade with Portland. Bulls get Derrick Jones Jr., POR's lottery protected future 1st and Cavs' future second-rounder. POR gets Larry Nance Jr.
Where do the Bucks, Nets, Lakers and every contender stand? We're taking stock of all 30 teams after the draft and free agency shook up the league's hierarchy.
A trio of return games for All-Star point guards Russell Westbrook, Kyle Lowry and Kemba Walker highlighted the NBA's full schedule release Friday afternoon.
Sign-and-trade deals between the Bulls and Pelicans for Lonzo Ball, and between the Heat and Raptors for Kyle Lowry, are under NBA investigation, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.
Zach talks to ESPN's Dave McMenamin about the revamped Lakers roster, ESPN's Nick Friedell about the upgrades for the Bulls and Knicks, and then The Athletic's Fred Katz joins to talk all things Wizards.
FiveThirtyEight: Which NBA Teams Are Making The Same Free Agency Moves, And Which Ones Are Mixing It Up?
In the early days of NBA free agency, most teams are busy trying to level up.
Chicago landed the four-time All-Star via sign-and-trade with San Antonio. Here's why the Bulls might have more questions to answer after adding DeMar DeRozan.
DeMar DeRozan will sign a three-year, $85 million deal with the Bulls, while the Spurs get Thaddeus Young, Al-Farouq Aminu and three picks, a source told ESPN.
The Bulls and Pelicans have agreed on a sign-and-trade for Lonzo Ball. Where does the move put Chicago in the East playoff chase?
The Bulls are acquiring Lonzo Ball in a sign-and-trade agreement with the Pelicans, his agent, Rich Paul, told ESPN. They also agreed to a four-year, $37 million deal with Alex Caruso.