|West hurts ankle
Indiana Pacers power forward David West left Saturday's preseason game against the Dallas Mavericks with an ankle injury.
|Bucks' Sanders has 'minor' surgery
Milwaukee Bucks center Larry Sanders will miss the remainder of the preseason after having minor surgery but is expected to be available for the start of the regular season.
|Pistons acquire Anthony from Boston for Bynum
The Detroit Pistons have acquired center Joel Anthony from the Boston Celtics in exchange for guard Will Bynum.
|Nets' Lopez out 10-14 days with sprained foot
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez is likely to miss 10-14 days with a sprained foot, the team said Thursday.
|Durant has surgery on fractured foot
Oklahoma City Thunder star Kevin Durant underwent surgery Thursday to repair a fracture in his right foot, with the reigning NBA MVP to be re-evaluated in six weeks.
|Bucks pick up options on Antetokounmpo, Henson
The Milwaukee Bucks announced Thursday that the team has exercised club options on the rookie contracts of forward John Henson and shooting guard Giannis Antetokounmpo for the 2015-16 season.
|2014-15 Washington Wizards Preview
After winning a round in the postseason, improving with veteran leadership and getting an assist when LeBron James bolted the Miami Heat for the Cleveland Cavaliers, the Wiz have earned the preseason distinction as one of the Eastern Conference's three best teams.
|2014-15 Utah Jazz Preview
Not much is expected from the Jazz once again and there's a new head coach in Salt Lake City. Quin Snyder will be drawing up plays for the Jazz and was named head coach back in June. Tyrone Corbin was not offered a new contract and Snyder gets his shot at becoming a head coach in the NBA.
|2014-15 Miami Heat Preview
The man who led the Heat to two championships and four NBA Finals appearances allowed his heart to take him home to the Cleveland Cavaliers. James is gone and the Heat have to put the pieces back together.
|2014-15 Portland Trail Blazers Preview
The Trail Blazers exceeded expectations last season with a 54-28 record and their first playoff berth since 2010-11. The 54 wins were 21 more than the year before when Portland was 33-49 and finished fourth in the Northwest.