Whenever you move out of a house, it's a relatively complicated process that you have to go through.
The Jazz have six players under contract next year, with the assumption that Marvin Williams doesn't opt out, and all need to improve in an area to make allow the team to step into the playoffs.
With the New York Knicks falling behind 3-1 on Tuesday in their playoff series against Indiana, the last former Colorado Buffalo still playing is on the verge of being ousted.
Alex. Brown Realty, Inc. , in conjunction with PEG Development and Blue Diamond Capital , announce plans to develop two hotels, a structured parking garage and mixed use retail on a 3.26 acre development site in downtown Salt Lake City, Utah.
The former Cleveland Cavaliers assistant, who interviewed this month for the head coaching job with Charlotte, accepted an assistants position with the Blazers on Tuesday, one day before his 36th birthday.
The Atlanta Hawks will be making some important decisions this summer regarding their roster as they try and rebuild for the future.
Delaware's Jamelle Hagins reaches for a loose ball as Pittsburgh's Steven Adams, right, and Durand Johnson look on during the second half of an NCAA college basketball in a consolation game at the NIT Season Tip-Off tournament at Madison Square Garden in New York, Friday, Nov.
Feb 8, 2013; Minneapolis, MN, USA; Minnesota Timberwolves center Nikola Pekovic tries to get around New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler in the first half at Target Center.
Sam Dekker , the ESPN number 17 ranked college recruit from 2012, is preparing for his sophomore season for the University of Wisconsin Badgers .
Here in Jazzland, amid the search for signs of hope that the hometown franchise can return to a competitive playoff level after three disappointing seasons, the makeup of the NBA's conference semifinalists offers some encouragement.
In conjunction with the 75th year of the IndyStar Indiana All-Stars, we are counting down the top 75 boys Indiana All-Stars through the years.
In the category of unemployed future Hall of Fame coaches, Phil Jackson has been capturing the large majority of the spotlight in recent weeks.
On Saturday, I wrote an article explaining why the Chicago Bulls might play things conservatively over the course of the next year as far as free agency and potential trades are concerned, and it had everything to do with maintaining cap space for the unbelievably stacked free agency class of 2014.
Some big names will be unrestricted free agents this summer, including an NBA MVP candidate and a couple of dangerous big men.