Doctors treating Miami Heat star forward Chris Bosh are concerned he may have developed a blood clot in his lung but are still waiting for tests to make a diagnosis, sources confirmed to ESPN.com.
Miami Heat forward Chris Bosh was admitted to a Miami-area hospital on Thursday with flu-like symptoms the team said.
After months of considering his options, veteran Ray Allen plans to make a decision on his NBA future after All-Star Weekend, sources told ESPN.com.
As LeBron turns 30 years old, Brian Windhorst looks back at some of King James' most memorable birthdays.
LeBron James' main goal for the Cavs' trip to Rio was to help his team get in the groove, Brian Windhorst writes.
The Miami Heat were relieved to get their first meeting with LeBron James out of the way to help with what they hope is a process of moving on.
LeBron James said he found some recent comments made by his former Miami Heat teammates surprising, and he has no plans to spend time with any of them while both teams are in Brazil.
The Cavs and Heat are both in Brazil, but they're staying in their respective corners ahead of Saturday's preseason matchup, writes Brian Windhorst.
Kyrie Irving is likely going to miss the Cleveland Cavaliers preseason game with the Miami Heat on Saturday because of a sprained right ankle, but he's happy the result wasn't worse.
Chris Bosh has effectively ended communication with former teammate LeBron James, but doesn't think that fact should surprise anyone.
After another public breakup with a team, LeBron James is facing an uncomfortable reunion with the Heat in Brazil, writes Brian Windhorst.
Kyrie Irving suffered a right ankle injury during practice before the Cleveland Cavaliers traveled to Brazil for their preseason game with the Miami Heat.
In ESPN The Magazine, Brian Windhorst reveals how the Cavaliers ultimately failed their way back to prominence.
Miami Heat forward Luol Deng said he is "saddened and disappointed" by racially charged references made about him in an Atlanta Hawks management conference call in June.
The NBA released its 2014-15 season Wednesday night, with playoff rematches and a heavy dose of the new-look Cleveland Cavaliers featured heavily early.
LeBron James signed a contract with the Cleveland Cavaliers that is for just two years and includes a clause that could allow him to be a free agent next summer, but he said Friday he's not planning to enter free agency again next year.