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Myck Kabongo inherits J. Cole's crown as the BAL's most accomplished rapper
Cape Town Tigers point guard Myck Kabongo is a significantly better basketballer than fellow rapper J. Cole, it's fair to say, but the Democratic Republic of Congo international has nothing but respect for the Grammy winner, on the court and off.[read more]

'No choice but to be tough': Why Boston's Game 2 response shouldn't come as a surprise
The Celtics after a defeat might be the most dangerous team of the playoffs.[read more]

Celtics swap Williamses, go small to stomp Heat
The Celtics subbed Grant Williams in for Robert Williams halfway through the first quarter, leading to a 57-27 run to close the first half.[read more]

Rapper J. Cole to play pro ball again, in Canada
Rapper J. Cole will join the Scarborough Shooting Stars of the Canadian Elite Basketball League as a guard.[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]

Jayson Tatum rocks star-studded fit with shiny chain ahead of Game 2
The NBA playoffs has brought some eccentric fits from a number of players, including boxing robes, vibrant sweaters and more.[read more]

Joel Embiid named MVP, aka 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]