The Harlem Globetrotters are once again embarking on a world tour and will be visiting the UK next spring, but do you have what it takes to emulate the world’s greatest basketball tricksters?
Brooklyn Nets guard Caris LeVert has said an injury he suffered during a game on Monday “could’ve been a lot worse” as he thanked well-wishers for their messages of support.
A video shows a deaf basketball coach giving his squad an impassioned team talk in sign language, in a superb piece of coaching which has gone viral.
An Aberdeen student will miss a crucial exam after being locked up for driving "dangerously" through the city at double the speed limit.
Kevin Durant scored 25 of his game-high 41 points in the fourth quarter as defending NBA champions the Golden State Warriors produced a late rally to beat the New York Knicks 128-100.
Steph Curry has hit the ground running in the 2018/19 NBA season, and he exhibited his magic touch with a rather strange basket in a pre-match warm-up.
The Portland Trail Blazers brought a little Halloween fun to the NBA when they arrived at their latest match in spooky costumes.
A basketball trick shot is always good online fare, but when you add a dog into the equation it always takes it to the next level.
Whether you think of him as the Lionel Messi of the basketball world or not, there’s no denying Steph Curry’s level of skill when he’s hurling balls into hoops without even looking.
In case you wondered what it takes to be a top sports reporter, the shorthand notes of Blake Murphy go some way to illustrating it.
There aren’t many athletes more talented in their respective sports than Neymar and Steph Curry, so it was a rare treat to watch them teaching each other the tricks of their trades.
A pupil has gone viral after surprising his secondary school’s caretaker with a pair of basketball shoes to thank him for his positive approach to his work.
Wheelchair basketball players from Aberdeen are eyeing elite equipment to help them play at a national level
An Aberdeen basketball team has launched a fundraising drive to buy three special wheelchairs in the hope of competing at a national level.
This is the moment a boyfriend was put in his place by a sports mascot after he choose a phonecall over his girlfriend at a basketball game at the weekend.
A north-east teenager who often travels up to 800 miles a week to be involved in the sport he loves was last night described as "outstanding".
Aberdeen Sports Village will host the second of three national basketball challenge events this weekend.