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Mavs re-sign Markieff Morris, part of Kyrie deal
Markieff Morris, the other player in the trade that brought Kyrie Irving to Dallas from Brooklyn, is re-signing with the Mavericks.[read more]

Sources: Lakers give Vanderbilt 4-year extension
After helping the Lakers' push into the Western Conference finals, Jarred Vanderbilt has agreed to a four-year, $48 million extension, sources told ESPN.[read more]

Wemby to play in Paris: 'No other goal than gold'
Spurs rookie Victor Wembanyama affirmed his commitment to France's national squad at the 2024 Summer Games, saying "there's no other goal than gold."[read more]

Oubre expected to sign with 76ers, sources say
Free agent guard/forward Kelly Oubre Jr. is expected to sign a one-year deal with the 76ers, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski.[read more]

Police told Cavs' Altman he nearly caused wreck
Body camera footage shows officers telling the Cavaliers' Koby Altman that he nearly caused a wreck before he was charged with driving while impaired.[read more]

Middleton not concerned about Giannis' future
Bucks star Khris Middleton said he is not concerned about Giannis Antetokounmpo's comments regarding the uncertainty of his future in Milwaukee.[read more]

Minnesota Timberwolves pay homage to 1990s with throwback jerseys
The Minnesota Timberwolves are the latest team to unveil their classic jerseys for the 2023-24 season, Minnesota's 35th year in the NBA.[read more]

What you need to know about Giannis Antetokounmpo's next contract
The two-time MVP can sign an extension starting Friday and up until Oct. 23. Here's why the next month will be nerve wracking for Milwaukee.[read more]

Fantasy basketball rankings 2023-24: Head-to-head points
Where to draft Anthony Edwards, Zion Williamson, Victor Wembanyama and the rest of your favorite stars in ESPN standard scoring leagues.[read more]

'The Basketball Gods will always reward this place': The NBA's premier pickup game, and the man behind it all
In what has been the summertime destination for generations of NBA players and star prospects, the Rico Hines runs on the UCLA campus are the ultimate pickup games -- with plenty of twists and high stakes.[read more]