Barkley said that Taylor’s death cannot be put in the same category as those of George Floyd or Ahmaud Arbery.
Many NBA players have met, virtually, with members of Breonna Taylor’s family to offer support. They say the grand jury’s decision in the case was “not enough.”
Pau Gasol, Kobe Bryant's former teammate, is honoring the late Laker in a very special way.
Voters will also be able to drop off ballots and vote at the Oakland facility at 1011 Broadway, and Kaiser Permanente Arena at 140 Front St.
(KTVU and AP) -- Former Golden State Warriors forward, Cliff Robinson, died Saturday at the age of 53.
Robinson was the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year in 1993 and made his lone All-Star appearance the following year.
NBA Commissioner Adam Silver and NBPA Executive Director Michele Roberts released a joint statement on the issue, along with the list of the agreed-upon steps to support social justice issues.
An unprecedented walkout over racial injustice has postponed a second day of the NBA playoffs. But players have committed to remain and finish the season.
President Trump on Thursday criticized the league after player protests over police brutality led to the postponement of playoff games.
Games between Milwaukee and Orlando, Houston and Oklahoma City and the Los Angeles Lakers and Portland.
"As a Black man, as a former player, I think it's best for me to support the players and just not be here tonight," Kenny Smith said before taking off his mic and leaving the set.
The NBA announced that three playoff games would be postponed on Wednesday in response to the shooting of Jacob Blake by police in Wisconsin.
Arbitration and litigation over the years cost more than $1 million, according to city officials, who said the decision should mean tens of millions for the county, city and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum Authority.
A petition to fire the Alameda County sheriff's deputy caught on camera shoving the Toronto Raptors president twice on the night his team won the NBA championship last year is gaining steam.
The company that operated the helicopter that crashed in Calabasas in January, killing Laker legend Kobe Bryant and eight others, is fighting back against lawsuits over the tragedy, filing a suit of its own contending air-traffic controllers are to blame for the crash.
KTVU pieced together what the deputy wrote in his police report that night and compared that to what is seen in the video. The findings: Most things that he said about Masai Ujiri could not be backed up by the visual evidence.
Toronto Raptors president says the viral video showing the shoving incident with an Alameda Co. sheriff’s deputy boils down to him being disrespected because he’s Black.
This shoving match, which grabbed international headlines, is also about race.
Brooks Jarosz reports.
The release of this 11-second encounter is the first time the public has been able to view the video. Up until now, the public had to rely on witness accounts.