Tuesday, April 7, 2015
Kawhi Leonard matched his career-high with 26 points and set a career-high with seven steals as the San Antonio Spurs rolled past Golden State 107-92 on Sunday, ending the Warriors' 12-game winning streak while extending their own to seven straight.
Monday, April 6, 2015
Al Horford and DeMarre Carroll scored 20 points each to help the Atlanta Hawks match a franchise record with their 57th win, beating the Brooklyn Nets 131-99 on Saturday night.
Two-time All-Star Paul George is coming back to the NBA sooner than expected from a broken leg, having been cleared to play on Sunday for the Indiana Pacers against the Miami Heat.
Wisconsin ended Kentucky's bid to become the first college basketball team to remain undefeated in nearly 40 years, beating the Wildcats 71-64 behind 20 points and 11 rebounds from Frank Kaminsky.
Sunday, April 5, 2015
Memphis moved into a tie for the second seed in the NBA's Southwest Division with a 100-92 win over Oklahoma City on Friday, with the Grizzlies defense shutting down Thunder star Russell Westbrook.
Saturday, April 4, 2015
Harrison Barnes hit a running shot in the lane with less than a second remaining, lifting the Golden State Warriors to a wild 107-106 win over the Phoenix Suns on Thursday night.
The Sacramento Kings signed Sim Bhullar to a 10-day contract on Thursday, making the towering center the first player of Indian descent on an NBA team's regular-season roster.
Japanese basketball chiefs said Friday they will merge two professional leagues after years of prevarication that saw the sport's global bosses threaten to kick the country out of international competition.
Friday, April 3, 2015
Los Angeles' Chris Paul had a season-high 41 points and 17 assists to lead the Clippers to a come-from-behind 126-122 win at Portland on Wednesday, denying the Trail Blazers a win that would have clinched the NBA's Northwest Division title.
Reigning champions San Antonio are headed back to the NBA playoffs for the 18th straight season after a 103-91 victory over Orlando.