- Asian Games 2023: India Bow Out In Quarterfinals Of Women's Basketball
The Indian women's basketball team lost 57-96 against Noth Korea to bow out in the quarterfinals of the Asian Games on Monday.
- Bronny James' Cardiac Arrest Likely Caused By Heart Defect Say Family
LeBron James's teenage son Bronny's cardiac arrest last month was likely caused by a congenital heart defect, the family said in a statement on Friday.
- LeBron James Says Family 'Safe, Healthy' After Son Suffers Cardiac Arrest
NBA superstar LeBron James said on Thursday his family was "together, safe and healthy" four days after his eldest son suffered cardiac arrest during practice with his college basketball team
- On Cardiac Arrest Of LeBron James' Teenager Son, Elon Musk Hints At 'Vaccine' Role
The entire basketball community was left in shock after NBA superstar LeBron James' eldest son, Bronny, suffered a cardiac arrest on Monday.
- NBA Legend LeBron James' Eldest Son Bronny, 18, Suffers Cardiac Arrest During Practice: Reports
Bronny James, the eldest son of NBA superstar LeBron James, is in a stable condition after suffering a cardiac arrest during a practice with his college basketball team, multiple US media reports said on Tuesday
- Exposure Of India Basketball Players Way More Than A Decade Ago: Raspreet Sidhu
Raspreet Sidhu represented India in three Asian Games and the 2018 Commonwealth Games
- LeBron James Ruled Out For Three Weeks With Foot Injury
LeBron James will be sidelined for at least three weeks due to a right foot injury, his team, the Los Angeles Lakers, said on Thursday.
- Watch: Ranveer Singh Enthralls Audience At NBA All-Star Game In Utah
Twitter went gaga over Ranveer Singh's appearance at the NBA All-star game and shared photos and videos of the Bollywood star.
- Iconic Kobe Bryant Jersey Sold For $5.8 Million At Auction
A jersey worn by US basketball legend Kobe Bryant -- who died three years ago in a tragic helicopter accident -- sold at auction for $5.8 million on Thursday.
- Australian Basketballer Isaac Humphries Comes Out As Gay
Isaac Humphries was reportedly just the second male basketballer to come out while playing professionally, following in the footsteps of queer icon and NBA veteran Jason Collins
- Russia, US In Talks Over 'Merchant Of Death' For Jailed Basketball Star: Moscow
The US and Russia are discussing a prisoner exchange that would involve trading notorious arms trafficker Viktor Bout for two-time Olympian Brittney Griner.
- Russian Court Jails US Basketball Star For 9 Years Over Drug Smuggling, Joe Biden Says "Unacceptable"
A Russian court on Thursday found US basketball star Brittney Griner guilty of smuggling and storing drugs and sentenced her to nine years in prison.
- Stephen Curry Cooks Up Career Masterpiece In Golden State Warriors Win
Stephen Curry has built up an extensive catalog of accolades, honors, scoring records and personal milestones during his glittering NBA Finals career
- US Says Basketball Star "Wrongfully Detained" In Russia
The United States said Tuesday that Russia has unjustly detained basketball star Brittney Griner, as her league announced plans to honor her at all venues for the start of the season.
- Michael Jordan Sneakers Sell For Nearly $1.5 Million, An Auction Record
A pair of sneakers worn by NBA superstar Michael Jordan early in his career sold for nearly $1.5 million on Sunday, setting a record price at auction for game-worn footwear, Sotheby's said.
- FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021: Shireen Limaye To Lead Indian Basketball Team
FIBA Women's Asia Cup 2021: The Indian women's basketball team, led by Shireen Limaye, is in Group A with Japan, South Korea and New Zealand.
- NBA: Will Enroll For Draft Next Year, Says Indian Basketball Star Princepal Singh
Star Indian basketball player Princepal Singh has stated that he will enroll himself in the National Basketball Association (NBA) draft next year.
- Tokyo Olympics: Proud Kevin Durant Leads USA To 4th Straight Olympic Basketball Gold
Tokyo Olympics: Kevin Durant praised the USA men's basketball team for their win against France (87-82) which helped them secure a fourth straight Olympic gold medal in the sport.