When he's playing, Marc Gasol makes the Grizzlies better on both sides of the court.
Mike Conley, the engine of the Memphis offense and their primary point-of-attack defender, is out with a back injury for at least six weeks. The prognosis somehow looks even worse for his team.
The Grit and Grind Grizzlies have been one of the NBA's most distinctive teams. But in a league that's changing fast, they knew they needed to adapt. They did.
It's been five mostly middling years since Dallas won a NBA Championship. There has to be a better way to honor Dirk Nowitzki's twilight than an endless status quo.
Chandler Parsons recounts the tug-of-war over his longtime friend Deandre Jordan, his growth from an overlooked kid at the University of Florida to a respected NBA veteran, and his thoughts on facing Kobe one last time at the Staples Center.
Chandler Parsons says his plane emoji tweet wasn't even about DeAndre Jordan.
NBA free agency is already a hilarious fun house version of capitalism. This week, in the weird saga of DeAndre Jordan, it went supernova, and it was hilarious.
DeAndre Jordan was supposed to sign with the Mavericks. But now he may re-sign with the Clippers. Or will he?
The Dallas Maverick's signing of DeAndre Jordan turns them instantly into title contenders and erases any notion that Mark Cuban isn't a cutthroat capitalist anymore.
The unique starting five of the Mavs offers a lens to understand how basketball's statistical revolution does not a perfect system make.
Dirk Nowitzki shuts down Chandler Parsons interview by swatting a Fox Sports reporter's microphone awa. He "should have been ready for the big German."