7-3 prospect Zikarsky commits to NBL Next Stars
Top prospect Rocco Zikarsky, who is 7-foot-3, is signing with the Brisbane Bullets of the Australian National Basketball League Next Stars program.
No. 2 recruit Holland joining G League Ignite
Ron Holland, the No. 2 recruit for 2023 who decommitted from Texas in April, is joining the G League Ignite. He is No. 6 in ESPN's 2024 NBA draft rankings.
Projected No. 2 NBA pick Henderson shut down
The G League Ignite has shut down projected No. 2 NBA pick Scoot Henderson after determining that the point guard showed enough with his play, averaging 17.6 points, 6.4 assists, 5.1 rebounds and 1.2 steals in 30 minutes.
International prospect Darlan picks the Ignite
NBA prospect Thierry Darlan, a 6-foot-7 point guard from the league's Academy Africa in Senegal, tells ESPN he has committed to the G League Ignite over a host of college offers.
Everything you need to know about the 2023 NBA All-Star Game
This season's NBA All-Star Game took place in Salt Lake City. Here's our complete coverage.
Magic's Banchero tops NBA's Rising Stars squad
Orlando Magic rookie forward Paolo Banchero, the No. 1 pick in last year's draft, headlines the list of participants in this year's Rising Stars Game during the NBA's All-Star Weekend.
2023 NBA mock draft -- Will Scoot Henderson play for the Ignite again?
ESPN NBA draft insider Jonathan Givony provides his latest mock and the latest on Henderson's status with the Ignite.
Westchester Knicks' Mayan Kiir used BAL to turn his career around
Less than a year ago, Sudanese-Australian Mayan Kiir was battling to keep his hoops dream alive, but a star turn in the Basketball Africa League has led to a spot with the Westchester Knicks in the NBA affiliated G League.
Elam Endings, expanded playoff races and Scoot! What to watch in the NBA G League
The NBA G League tips off Friday. Here's a look at everything to watch for, including Scoot Henderson's Ignite team and an exciting end-of-game rule change.
Turell first Orthodox Jew taken in G League draft
Yeshiva University's Ryan Turell was selected No. 27 overall by the Detroit Pistons' G League affiliate.