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Inside the excitement and uncertainty as NBA players return to facilities
Damian Lillard and the Portland Trail Blazers were one of the first two NBA teams to return to practice courts three weeks ago. Here's what they've learned.[read more]

NBA sued for $1.25M in missed rent on NY store
NBA Media Ventures is being sued by a landlord who alleges the league has failed to pay $1.25 million in rent on its store on New York's Fifth Avenue during the coronavirus pandemic.[read more]

Knicks hire 3 execs to work in Rose's front office
The Knicks hired three executives Wednesday as they build the front office around new team president Leon Rose.[read more]

Sources: NBA eyes plan for players' families
Conversations between the NBA and NBPA have centered on the timing of family arrivals at Walt Disney World Resort, which are likely to start once an initial wave of teams are eliminated and the number of people within the league's bubble decreases.[read more]

Blazers' Lillard: Play-in tourney 'would be perfect'
Portland guard Damian Lillard said NBA players "want to play for something," a play-in tournament for teams outside the playoff picture is the best option and if the NBA decides to go straight to the playoffs, "we would all be disappointed."[read more]

LeBron, Kap join outrage over Minn. man's death
LeBron James and Colin Kaepernick are among the high-profile athletes who have taken to social media to voice their outrage over the death of George Floyd, who died Monday night while in Minneapolis police custody.[read more]

Basketball Hall pushing enshrinement to 2021
Jerry Colangelo, chairman of the board of governors for the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, told ESPN on Wednesday that enshrinement ceremonies for the star-studded Class of 2020 will be moved to spring 2021.[read more]

Where NBA teams disagree on restart plans
As June approaches, there are still plenty of questions about who'll be invited when the NBA resumes the 2019-20 season.[read more]

Lowe: What the new version of the NBA playoffs should look like
Here are ways for the NBA to create a fair tournament and make the postseason feel real.[read more]

One NBA player is hanging with zebras, kangaroos and wildebeests on his 850-acre Texas ranch
What started as an offseason retreat for Bucks veteran George Hill has become a full-time job during the league's hiatus.[read more]