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Harris reinstated by NBA, union after drug ban
Jalen Harris, who was banned from the NBA in 2021 after testing positive for a prohibited substance, has been approved for reinstatement by the league and the NBPA.[read more]

NBA to not schedule any games on Election Day
The NBA on Tuesday announced that it will not hold any games on Nov. 8, as the league opted to instead take Election Day off to encourage fans to vote and to promote nonpartisan civic engagement.[read more]

Lakers retiring Gasol's No. 16 in March ceremony
The Los Angeles Lakers will honor Pau Gasol by retiring his No. 16 jersey on March 7 when the team hosts the Memphis Grizzlies.[read more]

LeBron, Wade produce 'Redeem Team' film
A documentary on the 2008 U.S. men's basketball team known as the "Redeem Team," with executive producers including LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, will premiere on Netflix this fall.[read more]

NBA to tip off season with opening night rivalries
The NBA unveiled its schedule for the 2022-23 season Wednesday afternoon, which kicks off with a pair of long-standing rivalries involving the two teams that reached last season's NBA Finals.[read more]

LeBron lands 2-year, $97.1M deal with Lakers
Lakers star LeBron James has agreed to a two-year, $97.1 million contract extension that includes a player option for the 2024-25 season, Klutch Sports CEO Rich Paul told ESPN.[read more]

Zion Williamson channels Naruto and more Quotes of the Week
Naruto, retirement rumors and Tua Tagovailoa's throwing talents highlight the week's best quotes.[read more]

Brook Lopez gets engaged at Walt Disney World's Animal Kingdom
The Bucks center loves all things Disney theme parks, so it was only right he popped the question to his girlfriend at Walt Disney World Resort.[read more]

News, rumblings and superstar trade requests
All the free agency rumors and intel, including the latest on LeBron James' contract extension.[read more]

Time off has Nuggets' Murray ready for NBA action
Jamal Murray hasn't played for the Nuggets in nearly 18 months, but he's confident his body is ready to stand up to the rigours of NBA basketball.[read more]