NBA

Entertainment
The No. 1 draft pick scored 22 points after sitting out the first 44 games with a knee injury.
Queer Voices
The Golden State Warriors executive, who made history when he came out in 2011, wed Todd Gage in a Jan. 11 ceremony at San Francisco City Hall.
Sports
Hall of Famers including Michael Jordan and Isaiah Thomas, as well as current players such as Kevin Love and Enes Kanter, honor Stern, who died at age 77.
U.S. News
Stern was the NBA’s longest-tenured commissioner. He was credited with transforming the league into an international powerhouse.
Entertainment
The "Jumanji: The Next Level" star was conveniently wearing a Santa coat at the Lakers-Clippers game.
Sports
Stern, who served 30 years as the NBA’s longest-tenured commissioner, is undergoing emergency surgery.
Entertainment
They joined the Laker Girls cheerleaders for the halftime show against Oklahoma City Thunder.
Entertainment
The King got personal with the fan during the Lakers' sixth straight victory.
Entertainment
“When the love surpasses life’s hurdles there is NOTHING you can’t overcome," the restaurateur wrote in a post about her NBA star husband.
Videos
Hall of Famer Charles Barkley shut down Vice President Mike Pence’s comments criticizing the NBA.
Sports
Barkley called out "holier than thou" politicians for hypocrisy on China.
Politics
The Vice President singled out Nike for removing Houston Rockets merchandise from stores in China after Rockets General Manager Daryl Morey's tweet.
Entertainment
"Things ended with Taraji because of me being an immature punk," he said.
Sports
Protesters slammed the NBA for caving to China.
World News
The Los Angeles Lakers forward chastised the Houston Rockets general manager and his comments supporting pro-democracy Hong Kong protesters.
Sports
The Lakers forward shared his thoughts on the Houston Rockets general manager's tweet in support of anti-government protesters in Hong Kong.
Sports
The basketball league threw in the towel Friday after getting engulfed in a free speech controversy in China.
Sports
"Basketball questions only," the official said when stars James Harden and Russell Westbrook were asked about free speech.
Entertainment
The Comedy Central cartoon responded in classic style after it was banned in China.
Politics
“Your statements come at a time when we would hope to see Americans standing up and speaking out," the legislators wrote in a letter.