Steve Nash's breakup has been a bit of a sideshow so far, and the injured Laker's point guard's latest action against his ex will only add to that.
Rumors out of L.A. seem to indicate that the Lakers would like to deal Pau Gasol, but a promise made to Steve Nash before he signed is keeping them from doing so.
Lakers head coach Mike D'Antoni offered a sobering critique of the team's roster, saying the squad is "a little older, a little slower, a little of this and that."
The Lakers star apparently is extremely frustrated with his teammate, saying the following to reporters about Gasol: "Put your big boy pants on."
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady is extremely pleased with the state of his game heading into his 14th season, saying, "I've never felt better throwing the football."
With the Dodgers struggling, Don Mattingly reportedly has a tenuous hold on his job at best and some speculate that it would be a surprise if he lasts the week.
According to Buffalo's first-round draft pick, quarterback E.J. Manuel, the team's offense has been easier to learn than his alma mater's.
Dwight Howard's season with the Lakers came to an early exit this postseason, but it's not too late to speculate where he may be headed next (if anywhere).
Redskins fans showed their support for their star quarterback, surprising him and his fiancee by buying up every gift in their wedding registry.
After advancing to the conference semis, Frank Vogel referred to the Heat as the next team in their championship run, a comment LeBron James took umbrage with.
Bradley Beal may have only been a rookie this year, but he called out veteran star Derrick Rose for sitting the year out with his injury.
Kobe Bryant tweeted a response to Phil Jackson comparing him with Michael Jordan in his upcoming book. See what he said.
Oklahoma City Thunder GM Sam Presti says the team is not planning to amnesty center Kendrick Perkins despite his big salary.
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