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After a Legendary Upset, Jairus Lyles Wants More

VICE Sports went down to Silver Spring, Maryland to spend time with the NBA G League player to dig into just what his future in basketball has in store for him.


China Called the App Hong Kongers Use to Avoid Tear Gas 'Poisonous.' So Apple Removed It.

Chinese officials criticized the company for permitting the crowd-sourced app, which Beijing says is being used to "target and ambush police."


An NBA Fan Was Ejected from a Game in Philly for Yelling 'Free Hong Kong'

The Sixers fan echoed the NBA exec's tweet that sparked an international incident with China


How a D2 Walk-On With a Trombone Scholarship Became a Pro Baller

VICE Sports talks to Tanner McGrew about his unexpected and unique path to becoming a G League star.


This Photographer Really Hates Himself for Loving the Knicks

'Madison Square Garbage,' a series by Todd Midler that's featured in our upcoming photo issue, is a fabricated photographic archive of a basketball fan.


The Curious Case of Tony Parker

For those who thought Parker was going to the Hornets a washed old man, he's proven to be the NBA's Benjamin Button, looking younger and more self-reliant than he has in years.


Truth, Justise, and the Three-Point Play

The Miami Heat have put the ball in Justise Winslow's hands and it's paid dividends, but things could go next level if his outside shot continues to improve.


What is Going on With Russell Westbrook?

Is the Oklahoma City force of nature evolving, or declining?


Knicks Trade Kristaps Porzingis, Change NBA Forever

It's a gamble that will either explode in New York's face or alter the entire league's trajectory.


The Outlet Pass: DeMarcus Cousins and a Silly Summer of Free Agency

Also: Justise Winslow's three-point shot changes everything, answering Trade Deadline questions, investigating an interesting Russell Westbrook stat, an absolutely wild stat about Tony Parker, and much more!


With Anthony Davis, New Orleans Needs to Wait for Boston

The Pelicans have to trade their franchise player. The Celtics want him, and have the best assets, but a CBA rule means they can't offer it until the summer.


Andre Iguodala is Somehow Still a Levitating Samurai

Golden State's Sixth Man isn't playing as often as he used to, but he never gets shortchanged when he's out there.