The strange case of Grigory Rodchenkov, who blew the whistle on Russia's Olympic doping operation and fled to the U.S., takes another turn.
The Brooklyn Nets are for sale. Russian billionaire Mikhail Prokhorov retained Evercore Partners to sell the National Basketball
Mr. Prokhorov and his political prospects remain unclear, which means the Kremlin can focus on using Mikhail Prokhorov's other talents, like diplomacy or business-savvy or New York residency.
Prokhorov himself has not been hit by Western sanctions and, although he ran against Putin in the 2012 presidential election
Five bold predictions for the rest of the NBA season, because anything is still possible.
Brooklyn Nets Dallas Mavericks Milwaukee Bucks Philly made a supremely questionable decision by trading away Jrue Holiday
1. There are five stars and one ball. One of the trickiest things for Kidd to consider through an 82-game season will be
Despite a wildly passionate fan base, the city of Brooklyn has not had its own pro team since Jackie Robinson and the Dodgers
Is Mikhail Prokhorov a successful international businessman, an up and coming pro-American Russian politician or an agent of Putin? Only time will tell. But one thing is certain, he is worth watching.
MOSCOW -- There were no balloons or streamers at the hastily arranged news conference on Monday where Mikhail D. Prokhorov
The media turned out in droves Monday for a heavily-managed press conference with Jay-Z in Brooklyn across from the under-construction Barclays Center arena. There wasn't much news.
In January, Prokhorov pulled the plug on a similar trade, telling the press that negotiations has worn on too long, and were
The Russian told team executives last month to end drawn-out trade talks for the Denver Nuggets All-Star forward and nothing
With the NBA trade deadline looming and their best hope for a legitimate trading partner out of the picture, the Denver Nuggets are running out of time and options with Carmelo Anthony.
The Houston Rockets and Dallas Mavericks have also reportedly expressed interest in "renting" Anthony for rest of this season
As The Journal's Craig Karmin reports, New York real estate brokers are drooling over the prospect of showing palatial pads