Jeremy Lin and the Nets host the Knicks, and Atlanta takes on the Bulls in Omaha as part of a light Thursday schedule.
J.R. Smith, who agreed to a new deal with the Cavaliers over the weekend, is expected to play Tuesday night in Columbus.
Golden State and Chicago are back in action after picking up wins Friday night, and the Celtics take on the Knicks at MSG.
Both Cleveland and Toronto are back in action after playing Thursday night, and Golden State visits Denver.
Oklahoma City plays its first game since returning from Spain, and the Lakers are back in action as they host Portland.
There are a total of six games on Tuesday’s NBA schedule, including the Knicks visiting Houston and Golden State hosting the Clippers.
With Dwyane Wade signing with the Bulls and Chris Bosh not getting medical clearance, this offseason marked the end of an era in Miami.
Miami Heat star Dwyane Wade has started a bidding war because he’s angry with a low ball offer from the team. Several teams may be ready to offer $20 million
Durant has a host of options, beginning with the possibility of remaining with the franchise he’s been a part of for nine years.
We’re all tied up in the series and heading back to Miami for a rubber match on Wednesday night. Here’s how to catch the postseason NBA action.
Dwyane Wade’s still got it and the Miami Heat are starting to find their footing. Now, they take on the New York Knicks, looking for another win. Here’s how to watch.
The NBA’s Christmas Day slate gets underway as the Miami Heat host the New Orleans Pelicans on Friday afternoon. Here’s how to watch it all play out.
The former Big 3 are all back on the court as the Miami Heat square off against the Cleveland Cavaliers. Here’s how to catch all the action.
Chris Bosh is undergoing tests to confirm he has blood clots in his lungs. He will likely miss the rest of the season.
There are concerns Miami Heat star Chris Bosh has blood clots in his lungs and could miss at least the remainder of the NBA season.