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John Wall suffered a horrific string of health setbacks that could cause him to miss nearly 2 years of his career

John Wall is expected to spend another year on the sidelines at minimum, meaning that he'll likely return to the court during the 2020-21 season.
Washington Wizards and New York Knicks tip off in London.

I’m a Brit who just went to his first NBA game, and it was more of a spectacle than I could have ever imagined

Washington Wizards vs. New York Knicks this week had everything: hip-hop, cheerleaders, and weird mascots. Oh, and basketball, too.
Silver spoke to journalists before Thursday's match.

NBA boss Adam Silver explains why a worldwide basketball league would fail

Adam Silver thinks too many teams would dilute the overall quality of the NBA.

WHERE ARE THEY NOW? The other big-name players from Michael Jordan’s final NBA game

Michael Jordan's final NBA game featured several big-name players who had great careers.

One of the NBA’s most controversial strategies reared its head in an ugly way in front of the league commissioner

The Wizards turned to intentionally fouling Ben Simmons, sending him to the free throw line 24 times in the fourth quarter — right in front of Adam Silver.

The Lakers secured an overtime win at home after LaVar Ball guaranteed victory

Tensions were high when the Lakers and Wizards took the court on Wednesday night, but Luke Walton's squad came through for the win

More NBA players are going after Lonzo Ball, and it’s starting to get under the Lakers’ skin

The Washington Wizards are the latest team to say they'll go after Lonzo Ball, and the Lakers said they had their rookie point guard's back.
Laurene Powell and current Apple CEO Tim Cook in 2016.

Laurene Powell Jobs will buy a major stake in Washington’s NBA and NHL teams

Steve Jobs' widow is set to be a part-owner of Washington DC's NBA and NHL teams

Shaq had a funny gaffe when he incorrectly said his own NBA team signed one of this summer’s biggest free agents

The Hall of Fame center clearly doesn't have much to do with the basketball operations side of his organization.