From the moment LeBron James made his decision to return to Cleveland, nothing in NBA free agency went as planned. Oh, what might have been.
Follow along with day two of the Las Vegas Summer League.
Through some devious dealings by Mark Cuban with free agent Chandler Parsons, the Houston Rockets may have just received the Atomic Wedgie of the summer.
If LeBron James and Chris Bosh leave the Miami Heat, Dwyane Wade will be left in South Beach, finishing his illustrious career on a low.
Chandler Parsons signed his three-year, $46 million contract with the Dallas Mavericks in an Orlando nightclub and partied it up with Mark Cuban
After the news that Miami's Big 3 might not be on the same page, LeBron James' agent met with the Suns, Cavalierss, Rockets and Mavericks about free agency.
No matter which team LeBron James chooses, that team has to be considered an immediate contender.
The summer of seismic transactions starts off with a bang.
The New Orleans Pelicans may not be good at drafting but at least they're doing something about it by trading lottery picks for proven players.
Everything we thought we were learning about the Portland Trail Blazers in the first round against the Houston Rockets was suddenly undone by the San Antonio Spurs (Guest Post by Evans Clinchy).