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Zion roundtable: Will he actually become a fantasy star?
There is no doubting the superhero skills Zion Williamson brings to the hardwood, but what exactly is his short- and long-term fantasy NBA potential? Is he better than Ja Morant? Our experts debate.[read more]

Wiseman bemoans NCAA punishment as 'unfair'
In his first interview since leaving school, James Wiseman told ESPN that he cried every night in his Memphis dormitory room during his turbulent episode with the NCAA over rules violations that Wiseman insists he hadn't been aware occurred.[read more]

Sources: Lakers waiving Cousins; eye Morris
The Los Angeles Lakers intend to waive DeMarcus Cousins, who hasn't played this season because of injury, to clear a roster spot for Markieff Morris if he clears waivers Sunday, sources told ESPN's Adrian Wojnarowski and Ramona Shelburne.[read more]

Clippers to be without George, Beverley vs. Kings
Despite practicing in full for two straight days, Paul George and Patrick Beverley will miss the LA Clippers' game Saturday against the Sacramento Kings.[read more]

Towns out at least 2 weeks with broken left wrist
Timberwolves center Karl-Anthony Towns has a broken left wrist and will be re-evaluated in two weeks, the team announced Friday. Towns is averaging a career-best 26.5 points and 10.8 rebounds per game this season.[read more]

NBA reschedules Lakers-Clippers tilt for April 9
The new date of April 9 -- rescheduled after the death of Kobe Bryant -- means the Lakers now will play three straight nights, from April 7-9.[read more]

76ers coach Brown still has faith in Horford
After benching Al Horford in the final game before the All-Star break and playing him just 18 ineffective minutes in Thursday night's OT victory over the Nets, 76ers coach Brett Brown declared that he still has faith in the four-time All-Star big man.[read more]

The Sixers definitely don't have a Ben Simmons and Joel Embiid problem
Can these two superstars play together? The roster doesn't give many opportunities to answer that question.[read more]

Kyrie's season is over (again), but does that mean Brooklyn's is?
The Brooklyn Nets always knew this season would be a challenge, but with Kyrie Irving officially shut down, can they still make the most of it?[read more]

Nine chaotic moments that could shake up the suddenly stable NBA
Giannis Antetokounmpo's potential free agency is the most anticipated event, but several other big changes could shake up the league ahead of his decision.[read more]