Lance Stephenson keeps blowing on people and things.
Breaking up is hard to do, but it's probably the best move for both Lance Stephenson and the Indiana Pacers. It's time for a change.
Continuity was important to the Indiana Pacers, until suddenly, it wasn't. Now Lance Stephenson has ended it.
While last year's rookie class had its share of struggles going back to Las Vegas Summer League, this year's crop is putting on a show. It's a good sign.
Justin Brownlee knows that to make the NBA, he must become a three-point shooter -- and the D-League is here to help.
The Charlotte Hornets (and Utah Jazz, if they match) are gambling that what we saw from Gordon Hayward last year wasn't his true performance level.
The Utah Jazz will likely match the offer sheet from the Charlotte Hornets signed by Gordon Hayward. But why? And should they?
After seven NBA seasons and five previous teams, Josh McRoberts joins the Miami Heat in an expanded role just 15 months removed from being dumped by the Magic. Time has changed the league's perception of McRoberts for the better.
Kobe Bryant won't let the past go and is still mad at the Charlotte Hornets for trading him on draft night 18 years ago.
The Charlotte Hornets are back in all of their purple and teal splendor. Let us rejoice. And if you're wondering where Hugo's been, I'll tell you.