LiAngelo Ball says UCLA made him thank Donald Trump

The war of words between the Ball family and Donald Trump wages on. LiAngelo Ball and his father LaVar appeared on "The Breakfast Club" Wednesday morning and the former UCLA player said the university forced him to thank Trump for his release from

Knicks won't shut down Enes Kanter despite nagging injuries

Enes Kanter expects to play on Thursday night in Brooklyn, but that doesn't mean the Knicks' chatty center is operating at maximum capacity. Kanter's balky back and sore hip essentially kept him on the bench for the entirety of the fourth quarter and overtime during Tuesday's win

Rondae Hollis-Jefferson, Caris LeVert lead Nets over Wizards

NEW YORK — Rondae Hollis-Jefferson and Caris LeVert each scored 16 points, and Brooklyn overcame blowing a double-digit second-half lead and took advantage of a costly mistake by Washington in the final seconds. Brooklyn's Allen Crabbe hit a 3-pointer with 43.8 seconds left to put the Nets up 100-98. Bradley