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Kobe Bryant Is a Finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame

Kobe Bryant Is a Finalist for the Basketball Hall of Fame

Bryant was expected to take the step toward the hall even before he died in a helicopter crash in January. Tim Duncan, Kevin Garnett and Tamika Catchings are also on the ballot.
Kobe Bryant Always Believed in His Own Greatness

Kobe Bryant Always Believed in His Own Greatness

Perhaps he couldn’t quite match Michael Jordan’s résumé, but Bryant managed to create — and make good on — a mystique of his own.
For Second Time in 2 Weeks, Trump Awards Medal of Freedom to an Ex-N.B.A. Star

For Second Time in 2 Weeks, Trump Awards Medal of Freedom to an Ex-N.B.A. Star

The awards to two white stars of a bygone — and far less racially diverse — basketball era are notable in light of Mr. Trump’s hostile relations with some of today’s N.B.A. stars.
Tex Winter, Brain Behind Basketball’s Triangle Offense, Dies at 96

Tex Winter, Brain Behind Basketball’s Triangle Offense, Dies at 96

Tex Winter, second from right, with the Bulls’ head coach, Tim Floyd, right, and Bill Cartwright, with glasses, before an exhibition game in Chicago in 1999.
Jason Kidd Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Jason Worth?

Jason Kidd Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Jason Worth?

Jason Kidd is a former NBA player who played on four teams during his 19 NBA seasons. After his...
Steve Nash Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Steve Worth?

Steve Nash Net Worth 2018: How Much Is Steve Worth?

Steve Nash is a former NBA point guard who played for three teams during his 18-year career. The teams he...
Steve Nash, Jason Kidd, Ray Allen Headline 2018 Basketball Hall Of Fame Finalists

Steve Nash, Jason Kidd, Ray Allen Headline 2018 Basketball Hall Of Fame Finalists

The NBA announced Saturday the finalists for the 2018 Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame class, and it’s a pretty sweet group: the 13 finalists include Steve Nash, Jason Kidd, Grant Hill, Ray
John Kundla, Winning Coach of Fledgling Lakers, Dies at 101

John Kundla, Winning Coach of Fledgling Lakers, Dies at 101

Minneapolis Lakers coach John Kundla is hoisted up by players, including George Mikan (No. 99), after defeating the New York Knickerbockers 82-65 in 1952 to win their fourth NBA basketball
Roy Williams? ‘He Doesn’t Have an Accent. You Have an Accent.’

Roy Williams? ‘He Doesn’t Have an Accent. You Have an Accent.’

Roy Williams, the coach of the North Carolina men’s basketball team, is “as genuine as the day is long,” a former player of his said.
Craig Sager and Harvey Araton Are Honored by the Basketball Hall of Fame

Craig Sager and Harvey Araton Are Honored by the Basketball Hall of Fame

Craig Sager, whose colorful outfits were as memorable as his adroit interviews, died of cancer in December at 65.