Jeremy Lin was playing professional basketball in China when the COVID-19 pandemic began.
With the NBA season on pause, a busy Celtics beat writer has more time for an activity that's normally tough to squeeze in: dating.
As food banks across the country struggle to keep up with demand, the San Antonio Food Bank got a pep talk from one of the NBA’s most beloved coaches.
Following Kobe Bryant's death, we re-visit our 2015 conversation with Jeanne Mastriano, his high school English teacher.
Anna says she has enough love in her heart for both teams, regardless of which Al is playing for.
Former ESPN editor Anthony Federico shares the story of his journey to the priesthood.
Tacko Fall grew up on the ocean in Dakar, Senegal. Unlike his friends, he never learned to swim. But now with the Celtics, Tacko Fall is getting in the pool....
The NBA officially recognizes 1946 as its birth year. But sports historians say the league was actually born in 1949.
After high school, Albano Thomallari was depressed. He stayed in his parents' house playing a video game called NBA 2K. Then he was drafted into the NBA 2K League.
Andre Iguodala had started every game in his first 10 NBA seasons. In Year 11, Steve Kerr asked him to come off the bench. It was a tough adjustment.
Toronto-based sportswriter Shireen Ahmed and the Washington Post's Jerry Brewer join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Lloyd Canamore started working as a vendor at Warriors games in the late ’70s. He's not happy to see the team moving to San Francisco.
Kane Pitman left his job at an Australian oil refinery to move to Milwaukee to cover the NBA.
Only A Game's Gary Waleik bumped into Celtics center Rick Robey after a tough loss in the 1981 NBA Finals. Recently, he caught up with him to chat about it....
"Game of Zones" imagines what would happen if real-life NBA drama unfolded in a medieval, "Game of Thrones"-inspired universe.
Jason Collins was still a free agent when he attended the State of the Union in 2014. President Barack Obama wanted to make sure he was ready to play.
The Athletic's Michael Lee and the Boston Globe's Nora Princiotti join Only A Game's Karen Given.
Poet Mikko Harvey is obsessed with Brooklyn Nets guard D'Angelo Russell. "I google him constantly," Harvey says. "It's the weirdest thing I do."
In 1950, the basketball team from a 1,500-student liberal arts college defeated the NBA's Syracuse Nationals.
LeBron James was born and raised in Akron, Ohio, and brought Cleveland an NBA title in 2016. But for Akron-resident Emily Ross, LeBron's legacy goes far beyond basketball.