After committing to Western Kentucky and leaving before playing a minute, Mitchell Robinson might sit out the entire 2017-18 season. According to Jon Rothstein of FanRag Sports, the 5-star recruit has visited multiple programs since being granted his release, but could instead just choose to prepare for the 2018 NBA draft. The player's camp reportedly believes he can remain a top-10 pick after sitting out the full season. This article will be updated to provide mor
The 3 Headed Monsters will take on Trilogy in the first-ever BIG3 championship after the squads won their respective semifinal matchups Sunday in Seattle. This pits the top two teams from the league's regular season, the only squads who finished the eight weeks with a winning record. Trilogy are now 9-0 on the year while the 3 Headed Monsters are 7-2. The league championship is set for Saturday at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas. This artic
The Los Angeles Lakers responded Sunday to tampering allegations made against them by the Indiana Pacers. Lakers director of media relations Alison Bogli announced: "As the NBA's statement made clear, we cannot comment about the specifics of any ongoing investigation. We can confirm, however, that we are cooperating fully with the NBA in the hope of clearing our name as soon as possible." This comes after reporter Peter Vecsey reported the NBA was investigating the Lakers for potentially tamperi
The Indiana Pacers reportedly filed a tampering charge against the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday revolving around Magic Johnson and Paul George. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported the news, noting the "probe centered on possible impermissible contact" between the Lakers' president of basketball operations and George—whom the Pacers traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder this offseason. Sean Highkin of The Athletic shared the NBA's statement in response to the situation: At the request of
There's been plenty of buzz linking LeBron James to a potential move to the Los Angeles Lakers when he becomes a free agent after the 2017-18 season. But at least one NBA player, Los Angeles Clippers star Blake Griffin, thinks a move to the New York Knicks is more likely. "I could see him going to New York before L.A.," Griffin said on the View from the Cheap Seats podcast (h/t Aaron Mansfield of Complex.com). "I still think, when you go to the Garden, it’s a completely different
The Los Angeles Clippers have reportedly offered their vacant general manager position to Oklahoma City Thunder executive Michael Winger. Adrian Wojnarowski of ESPN reported the news, noting the deal could be finalized "soon." Winger, 37, is currently an assistant general manager to Sam Presti in Oklahoma City. He's spent the last seven years with the franchise. This article will be updated to provide more information on this story as it becomes available.