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Thunder center Nerlens Noel took a terrifying fall onto his head and had to be taken out in a stretcher
Nerlens Noel went up to contest a dunk by Andrew Wiggins, appeared to get knocked out by Wiggins' elbow, then fell to the ground, smacking his head on the court.
Carmelo Anthony never turned into the player the NBA world expected, and now his career has taken an ugly final turn
Carmelo Anthony may be released from the Rockets and will be looking for his fourth team in two years. As Anthony struggles in the final phase of his career, it's worth wondering how much he left on the table at his peak.
Melo scored two points and shot an abysmal 9.1% from the field for the second-worst shooting performance of his 17-year NBA career.
Kristin Chenoweth stood next to 7-foot-3 Clippers center Boban Marjanović, and the size difference is jarring
Chenoweth — who stands at 4-foot-11 — found herself next to one of the tallest players in the NBA Tuesday night.
Stephen Curry had one of his best all-around games in 3 years, and it was a resounding message to the rest of the NBA
Just one game into the 2018-19 NBA season, Stephen Curry and the Warriors once again feel like an unstoppable force marching towards another title.
Jimmy Butler’s trade demand once again forces NBA teams to face the biggest quandary with star players
Jimmy Butler has reportedly requested a trade from the Minnesota Timberwolves, forcing 29 teams to evaluate the pros and cons of trading for a player who can become a free agent in a year.
The Thunder took a gamble on a 1-year super-team that came up short and now faces one of the biggest decisions in the NBA
The Thunder knew the risks when they traded for Paul George to build a super-team. Now they have to wait for George's free agency decision to see if they can continue to build after a disappointing year.
The super-team some thought could challenge the Warriors have run into a polar opposite that’s beating them in the most practical of ways
The Thunder were built for the playoffs, but have run into a Jazz team that has out-executed them and put them on the brink of elimination.
Mitt Romney heckled Russell Westbrook while sitting courtside at the Jazz-Thunder game — and the internet lost its mind
Former presidential nominee and aspiring Utah senator Mitt Romney was seen jeering courtside after Russell Westbrook picked up his fourth foul before halftime.