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Giannis Antetokounmpo says the Zion Williamson has put the NBA on notice: ‘The whole league knows you’re going to be a beast’
Presumptive 2020 NBA MVP Giannis Antetokounmpo had some words of advice for Zion Williamson after the 19 year old's sensational NBA debut.
Zion Williamson’s NBA debut showcased a skill he said he had to work on while injured because he couldn’t do anything else
Zion Williamson hasn't been known for his shooting, but it appears he worked on it during his recovery from knee surgery.
Zion Williamson told New Orleans head coach Alvin Gentry to ‘leave me in’ during sensational debut, but the Pelicans’ medical staff ...
"In that moment, I'm not thinking about longevity — I'm thinking about winning that game," Zion Williamson said after his NBA debut.
Zion Williamson erupted for 17 consecutive points in an electrifying 3-minute span during an NBA debut for the ages
Zion Williamson finished the night as the first and only player in NBA history to shoot 4-of-4 or better from three-point range in an NBA debut.
Zion Williamson is making his NBA debut in special Air Jordans that are not yet available to the public
Zion Williamson will make his NBA debut for the New Orleans Pelicans on Wednesday night in a special edition of the Air JordanXXXIV.
Los Angeles Lakers legend Kobe Bryant said WNBA stars Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore, and Elena Delle Donne "could play in the NBA right now, honestly."
Kobe Bryant thinks some WNBA players are good enough to play with the guys. Many women’s teams are already doing that.
Kobe Bryant named Diana Taurasi, Maya Moore, and Elena Delle Donne as WNBA players he could see competing in the NBA.
While the Bucks, Lakers, and Clippers have been as good as expected, watch teams like the Celtics, Heat, and Jazz to make a leap at the trade deadline.
The NBA and other athletes are offering to help former player Delonte West after latest troubling video surfaces
The footage has prompted big sports names like Dez Bryant, Jameer Nelson, and Phil Martelli to voice their support for Delonte West.
Ex-Knicks coach David Fizdale had to sit quietly and awkwardly during an ESPN segment because of his contract with the team
David Fizdale is still under contract with the Knicks, so he wasn't allowed to say much about the roster or free agency while on "The Jump."