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NBA mulling $10M fine for tampering, per memo
The NBA is considering a fine of up to $10 million for teams that violate the league's tampering rules. The proposal comes after an offseason that began with over $1.4 billion in contracts being handed out.[read more]

FIBA All-Stars: Gasol, Giannis and the very best NBA players at the World Cup
Where do Marc Gasol, Giannis Antetokounmpo and Rudy Gobert check in among the best performers in China? Do any of Team USA's stars make the list?[read more]

Rubio, Gasol lead Spain to 2nd World Cup title
Ricky Rubio and Marc Gasol led Spain past Argentina for its second World Cup championship.[read more]

Jordan to sell portion of Hornets to 2 investors
Hornets owner Michael Jordan announced he is bringing in Gabe Plotkin, a founder of Melvin Capital, and Daniel Sundheim, a founder of DI Capital, as partners in the team.[read more]

NBA agents reject NCAA's certification proposal
The NBPA sent a letter on behalf of certified player agents to the NCAA that refuses to submit to a proposed certification process to work with undergraduate players testing the NBA draft.[read more]

Raptors launch branded hijabs in fan outreach
The Toronto Raptors say they are the first NBA team to offer an athletic hijab for Muslim women after unveiling the team-branded apparel Friday.[read more]

Will superstars save Team USA next summer?
The Americans leave China with a seventh-place finish and lot of questions heading into the 2020 Olympics in Japan.[read more]

Kobe: Titles no longer automatic for Team USA
Kobe Bryant thinks Team USA might have to get used to a new reality of losing in major events.[read more]

Team USA hits historic low at FIBA World Cup
The Americans will play for 7th place on Saturday, and that's right where they belong.[read more]

NBA is China's favorite sport, but when will the next Yao Ming arrive?
The NBA has become the most popular sport in the most populated country in the world -- China. After a methodical 20-year courting, more than 300 million Chinese fans now play basketball in China, easily surpassing the country's "national" sport, soccer.[read more]