Harrison Barnes is the latest NBA player to reveal that he has coronavirus.
Houston Rockets star Russell Westbrook admitted via social media that he has tested positive for COVID-19 before the team departed for Orlando.
A Golden State Warriors fan is looking for help from Dub Nation to help keep him in the Oakland home he's painted in the team's colors.
That's because the county wants Deputy Alan Strickland to return all of the money he's received so far as worker's compensation if he prevails in his federal lawsuit against the Toronto Raptors.
NBA legend Kobe Bryant will be honored with NBA2K21 Mamba Edition covers, it was revealed Thursday.
An employee with the Golden State Warriors has tested positive for coronavirus, prompting the temporary closure of the Oakland training center, the team said on a statement late Wednesday night.
The league and the NBA Basketball Players Association were in discussions to allow players to wear a social statement in place of their last name, according to a report by ESPN on Saturday night.
The NBA released its complete game schedule and national television schedules on Friday night.
The Golden State Warriors continued to draw large numbers of young basketball fans to its summer camp, despite the fact that it’s being offered online due to coronavirus restrictions.
Steph Curry and Klay Thompson joined their fellow Warriors teammate Juan Toscano-Anderson for a unity march in Oakland to honor George Floyd and Breonna Taylor on Wednesday.
On this day in sports, Andre Iguodala came up big, Randy Johson was perfect and Chris Wondolowsk was prolific.
The coroner reports indicate all nine died of blunt trauma. There are no other causes of death listed, and all nine cases have been closed.
Some teachers in San Francisco and Oakland got a special surprise on Monday, along with word of financial assistance to help them better connect with students amid ongoing distant learning efforts.
The Los Angeles Lakers have repaid a loan of roughly $4.6 million from coronavirus business relief funds after learning the program had been depleted.
The May 8 date is far from firm, the NBA said, warning teams that it “may push this timing back if developments warrant," according to the Associated Press.
Here is what happened on This Day in Sports History for April 23.
On this day in sports history, in 2018 the San Francisco Giants' Brandon Belt made major league history.
Golden State Warriors basketball star Stephen Curry revealed on Thursday that he was the very first NBA star to be tested for COVID-19.
The Minnesota Timberwolves announced Monday that Jacqueline Cruz, the mother of star Karl-Anthony Towns, has died from complications due to Coronavirus.
ICU manager Shelby Delaney was just about to start her shift when she received a Facetime call from the three-time NBA champion.