It was the first time in NBA history that an anthem other than the United States or Canadian national anthem was played before a game.
Stockton is "yet another athlete who thinks he is better than everybody else," one fan wrote about Stockton on Twitter.
Danielle Bush thought she was losing her job as a Utah Jazz dancer. It turned out everyone was in on a special surprise.
The four-time NBA champion criticized the Utah Jazz star for not "having what it takes" to take his game to the next level.
The Utah Jazz star looked to settle a debate over the popular card game, which ended with UNO's official Twitter account wading into the discussion.
After postponing playoff games on Wednesday and Thursday, the NBA has reached an agreement with players to resume the playoffs and demonstrate a greater commitment to social justice issues.
Both leagues postponed tonight's games in response to unrest following Jacob Blake's shooting in Kenosha, Wisconsin, following postponements on Wednesday night.
Basketball makes it return tonight, after a four-month hiatus due to the coronavirus lockdown. These are the narratives that we're most excited to see play out.
After a four-month delay due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, the NBA season returns Thursday evening.
The NBA and the NBA Players Association are working on plans to display a message in support of the BLM movement at the three venues to be used in Orlando.
The Utah Jazz big man became the first NBA player to test positive for COVID-19 in March, forcing the league to suspend the season.
Sloan retired in 2011 as the fourth-winningest coach in NBA history after a head coaching career that spanned 26 seasons.
Jordan and Malone met twice in the NBA Finals with MJ twice denying The Mailman a maiden NBA title in 1997 and 1998.
The league has confirmed 14 cases of COVID-19 since it suspended the season last week.
Mitchell became the second NBA player to test positive for COVID-19 after teammate Rudy Gobert last week.
The NBA has suspended the season until further notice following news that the Utah Jazz center had tested positive.
"As a white man, I have to hold my fellow white men accountable," the NBA veteran wrote in The Players' Tribune.
Westbrook did not apologize for threatening to "f*** up" the fans during the exchange.
The guard had been arguing with officials.
Tanner Ainge, the son of Celtics general manager Danny Ainge, is running for Congress in Utah and had encouraged NBA star Gordon Hayward to stay with the Utah Jazz.
Miami, Boston and Utah are all in the mix for his signature.
Green also won Defensive Player of the Year.