Former San Antonio Spurs Psychologist Sues Team and Josh Primo for Sexual Misconduct

Former San Antonio Spurs Psychologist Sues Team and Josh Primo for Sexual Misconduct

Former San Antonio Spurs psychologist Hillary Cauthen is suing the Spurs and Josh Primo, the team’s No. 12 draft pick for 2021, over alleged incidents of indecent exposure by Primo, according to a lawsuit filed Thursday in Bexar County, Texas. Cauthen will also file charges against Primo on “multiple counts of indecent exposure,” her attorney … Read more

The Timberwolves have a mess on their hands after wipeout by the Spurs

The Timberwolves have a mess on their hands after wipeout by the Spurs

Deputy Wendell: “It’s a mess, ain’t it, Sheriff?” Sheriff Bell: “If it ain’t, it’ll do ’til a mess gets here.” MINNEAPOLIS — It feels appropriate to pay homage to “No Country for Old Men,” a movie that begins with a slaughter in the West Texas desert, after watching the San Antonio Spurs come to town … Read more

While Lakers Stumble Early, Russell Westbrook’s Trading Opportunities Hang On: Shams’ Inside Pass Notebook

While Lakers Stumble Early, Russell Westbrook’s Trading Opportunities Hang On: Shams’ Inside Pass Notebook

We’re a week into the NBA season and teams across the league are still working their way up and off the floor. Play and rotation styles are still being figured out. It’s far too early to make any changes in most situations, and as front office officials travel with their respective teams, attend scouting events … Read more

While Lakers Stumble Early, Russell Westbrook’s Trading Opportunities Hang On: Shams’ Inside Pass Notebook

While Lakers Stumble Early, Russell Westbrook’s Trading Opportunities Hang On: Shams’ Inside Pass Notebook

We’re a week into the NBA season and teams across the league are still working their way up and off the floor. Play and rotation styles are still being figured out. It’s far too early to make any changes in most situations, and as front office officials travel with their respective teams, attend scouting events … Read more

Tony Brown, referee who worked on NBA Finals, dies aged 55

Tony Brown, referee who worked on NBA Finals, dies aged 55

Tony Brown was always up for a challenge. He worked his way through Clark Atlanta University when no scholarship was available to him. He worked his way up the basketball official ladder, eventually becoming one of the NBA’s top referees. And even in his final days of a battle with pancreatic cancer, he still tried … Read more

2022-23 NBA season preview: Your cheat sheet for everything you need to know

2022-23 NBA season preview: Your cheat sheet for everything you need to know

It’s October, which means the 2022-23 NBA season is here! It’s time to preview the spectacle to come. Will the Golden State Warriors repeat as NBA champions? How long will Kevin Durant remain with the Brooklyn Nets? Which young, emerging team will break into the NBA’s top tier? Can Nikola Jokić win a third consecutive … Read more

NBA season 2022-23 preview: your cheat sheet for everything you need to know

2022-23 NBA season preview: Your cheat sheet for everything you need to know

It’s October, which means the 2022-23 NBA season is just around the corner. It’s time to get a taste of the spectacle to come. Will the Golden State Warriors repeat themselves as NBA champions? How long will Kevin Durant stay with the Brooklyn Nets? Which young, up-and-coming team will break through to the top of … Read more

San Antonio Spurs hold open training with kids at Uvalde School

San Antonio Spurs hold open training with kids at Uvalde School

UVALDE, Texas (AP) — The smallest gesture can have a huge impact. That was reaffirmed to the San Antonio Spurs when the team held an open practice and community fair in Uvalde, Texas. It had been 137 days since an elementary school shooting happened in the small town, 140 kilometers southwest of downtown San Antonio. … Read more

Kobe Bryant’s influence shines in Netflix documentary ‘Redeem Team’

Kobe Bryant’s influence shines in Netflix documentary ‘Redeem Team’

LOS ANGELES — Kobe Bryant loved Pau Gasol like a brother. But Bryant loved winning more. His teammates from the 2008 United States men’s basketball team saw it up close as they prepared to face Gasol and Spain at the Beijing Olympics. Bryant knew in America’s first encounter with Spain that the Spanish team would … Read more

Tim Hardaway, Manu Ginobili among those newly inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Tim Hardaway, Manu Ginobili among those newly inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame

Tim Hardaway took the stage and told a story about his early days in the NBA, when Golden State teammates Mitch Richmond and Chris Mullin often asked him the same question. “They’d ask me, ‘Tim, how awesome do you want to be?’” Hardaway said. They have their answer. So does everyone. He is an immortal … Read more