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Philadelphia 76ers' Joel Embiid named MVP a.k.a 'Most Valuable Philadelphian'
The City of Brotherly Love is taking matters into its own hands to ensure Joel Embiid gets some hard-earned recognition.[read more]

Mosley, 'feeling lucky,' sees Magic secure top pick
The Magic won the NBA draft lottery and the right to pick No. 1 in the 2022 draft. They were followed by the Thunder and Rockets, with the Kings jumping into the top four.[read more]

TBT to hold regional at NYC's famed Rucker Park
New York City's Rucker Park will serve as a regional site for The Basketball Tournament, marking the first time the event will play games outdoors.[read more]

Barnes, Cunningham headline All-Rookie 1st team
Scottie Barnes and Cade Cunningham were joined by Evan Mobley, Franz Wagner and Jalen Green on the NBA's All-Rookie first team.[read more]

Wiggins, Warriors limit Luka in Game 1 victory
The Warriors, with Andrew Wiggins as the primary defender, held Luka Doncic in check Wednesday night to take the opener of the Western Conference finals against the Mavericks.[read more]

Hornets GM Kupchak signs multiyear extension
Hornets general manager Mitch Kupchak, 67, has signed a multiyear contract extension with the team. "For better or for worse, I will be here for the next couple of years," he said.[read more]

Celtics say Horford available to play in Game 2
The Celtics have announced that Al Horford is available to play, Marcus Smart is probable and Derrick White is out for Thursday's Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals against the Heat.[read more]

Betting tips for NBA Eastern Conference finals: Celtics-Heat Game 2
Our betting experts preview Game 2 of the Eastern Conference finals and share why they believe it will play out differently than the series opener.[read more]

Warriors wisdom and old-school magic: How Golden State took it to Dallas in Game 1
The Warriors reasserted their dominance in Game 1 against Luka and the Mavericks by going old school.[read more]

Study: NBA owners have $10 billion in China
An ESPN examination found that 40 principal NBA owners hold a collective $10 billion-plus worth of investments in China, giving them ample reason to avoid upsetting the nation's authoritarian rulers.[read more]