Former MSG President Scott O'Neil To Become CEO Of Philadelphia 76ersAdam Aron stepped down as Philadelphia 76ers CEO on Monday and was replaced by former Madison Square Garden Sports president Scott O'Neil.
Jon Rothstein's 2013 NBA Draft RecapJust like they did last year with Dion Waiters, the Cavs went for the best available talent instead of overall need.
Philadelphia 76ers Pick Syracuse's Carter-Williams At 10th OverallThe Philadelphia 76ers have selected Syracuse point guard Michael Carter-Williams with the 11th pick in the NBA draft.
Cavaliers Select Anthony Bennett No. 1 Overall In 2013 NBA DraftThe Cavs shocked everyone at the 2013 NBA Draft by selecting Anthony Bennett first overall.
Rothstein: 2013 NBA Draft Notebook; Sleepers, 1st-Round Gems & MoreBen McLemore seemed be to a virtual lock to be taken among the top three picks a few weeks ago, but now he could drop all the way to Sacramento at No. 7.
Rothstein Files: This And That Around The 2013 NBA Draft Maryland's Alex Len has emerged as a strong option for Cleveland with the first-overall pick, but that doesn't mean that's the only way the Cavs can land him.
Rothstein Files: 2013 NBA Draft Notebook, Including An Early Mock Is the 2013 NBA Draft as weak as people are making it out to be? Yes, at the top. There are NO franchise players in this draft.
Rothstein: What To Watch This Weekend In College Hoops; Big East's Best Backcourt & Other NotesThe hottest team in the Big East will travel to the Queen City to take on pound for pound the toughest team in college basketball.
Rothstein Files: Five Quick Hits On College HoopsTuesday night's showdown with the Golden Gophers is the beginning of a pivotal nine-day stretch for Florida State. The Seminoles also host Florida next Wednesday, December 5, in Tallahassee.
Rothstein Files: This And That Around College BasketballThe NCAA's decision to allow Dez Wells to play this season for Maryland immediately changes the landscape of the entire ACC.
Rothstein Files: Five Observations From Kentucky-NorthwoodThere's a lot of molding to do with this team, and that's just the kind of challenge Calipari relishes. He'll have them playing their best basketball when it matters most -- in March.