Teammates call former Arizona Wildcats star "Coach," but he can still play, too.
Ex-Cat Tom Tolbert, April 20, 2003.
UA high-jump record holder used YouTube to get noticed by 2k Sports.
Magic rookie had surgery Nov. 21 on left foot.
Olson on ex-Cat: “How could he not be one of your favorite people?”
America discovered one more racist this weekend, a discovery which shocked the nation and confused the Supreme Court, leading Justice Roberts to say,"We're pretty sure we ruled there is no racism."
MIAMI — Before the season started, a poll suggested the Miami Heat was the overwhelming favorite to win the NBA title, collecting a whopping 76 percent of ballots cast.
Bostons Bill Walton (5) heads off the court with his arms raised following the Celtics 111-98 victory over Milwaukee for the National Basketball Association Eastern Conference title, Sunday, May 18, 1986, Milwaukee, Wisc. (AP Photo/Steve Pyle)
Atlanta Hawks cheerleaders perform in the first half of their NBA basketball game with the Houston Rockets on Friday, Jan. 10, 2014, in Atlanta. (AP Photo/David Tulis)
MINNEAPOLIS — The Timberwolves' five starters have logged more minutes than any other starting group in the NBA this year, in part because former No. 2 overall draft pick Derrick Williams couldn't gain the trust of coach Rick Adelman.
NBA cheerleaders get the 2013-14 professional basketball season off to a rousing success.
The Warriors hope the signing of Andre Iguodala is another positive step by general manager Bob Myers, right, to change the team's reputation.
OAKLAND, Calif. - The Golden State Warriors are a team that the biggest free agents have avoided for most of the last two decades, nothing more than loveable losers with a faithful following and an ambiguous name on the NBA map.
BOSTON - The Green are getting greener.
Tom Tolbert watches every UA game, sometimes with a bit of frustration.
LOS ANGELES - After weeks of negotiations and intrigue, Doc Rivers has officially left the Boston Celtics for the Los Angeles Clippers.
From the arrival of festive fans to the presentation of the Larry O'Brien Championship trophy to the back-to-back NBA title-winning Miami Heat, relive the moments of the final game in the final series of the 2012-2013 NBA season.
The Spurs' Tony Parker's strained right hamstring may be feeling better, but he concedes it "can tear anytime now." Because it's the NBA Finals, he says he will play anyway.
SAN ANTONIO - Tony Parker's hamstring, not Dwyane Wade's knee, is the current chief injury concern.