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Like a heavyweight fight, this game had some epic changes in momentum before James took over and overshadowed a career night for Jeff Green.
The Knicks big man is going to have the medical staff take a look at what's been ailing him since March 13.
See what the Black Mamba said when asked how it compared to his worst ankle injury. Here's a hint: He was candid.
The Grizzlies came to town to take on the Clippers and saw a familiar name lead the way in scoring for the visitors.
Bryant's filter has already been turned to 'off' this season, and Wednesday night following a severe ankle injury was no exception.
Kobe Bryant and the Lakers lost a tough game on the road, but took an even bigger loss as the Lakers' superstar went down. How much time will he miss?
The Black Mamba hit a near-impossible three-pointer late , but it wasn't enough to overcome an otherwise dismal fourth quarter.
Day 8 promises plenty of big names as Rafael Nadal, Roger Federer and Maria Sharapova will all return to the court.
In a sit-down interview with Time Warner Cable Sports Net, Howard revealed just how badly his ailing back affected his preparation and early-season play.
The Lakers superstar heeded the advice of Kobe Bryant and showed no mercy when he stepped on the court.
The Lakers big man knows to expect emotions to run high in his first return to Orlando since a four-team trade sent him to Hollywood last offseason.
Golden State needed a win badly and, led by their outstanding young backcourt, they managed to make quick work of the ailing Knicks.
On Monday night, the Spurs reinforced their claim to the top spot in the wild, wild Western Conference.
Less than a full day removed from being posterized by DeAndre Jordan, Brandon Knight went down with a left ankle injury.
Blake Griffin continued his evolution into an all-around threat as he notched his third career double-double.
The defense left a lot to be desired as Dirk & Co. staved off a late run from the Rockets to hang on at home.
Down by as many as 18 points in the fourth quarter, Kobe Bryant went legend and willed the Lakers to a win in a game they had to have.
The Lakers' big man is still dealing with some pain in his troubled back, and it has shown in his lack of explosiveness this year.