|Westbrook leaves with hand injury
The most injury-ridden team in the NBA might have lost another one of its key pieces on Thursday.
|Warriors lock up Barnes, Ezeli through 2015-16
The Golden State Warriors exercised their fourth-year team contract options on forward Harrison Barnes and center Festus Ezeli for the 2015-16 campaign.
|Spurs' Leonard cleared to play Friday
The San Antonio Spurs announced that forward Kawhi Leonard has been cleared to play in Friday's game at Phoenix.
|Knicks' Calderon sidelined with calf strain
New York Knicks point guard Jose Calderon will miss 2-to-3 weeks with a right calf strain.
|Kashing in: Kemba gets extension from Hornets
The Charlotte Hornets signed guard Kemba Walker to a multi-year contract extension on Thursday, a day after he lifted his team to a season-opening win.
|Mavs bring back Barea
The Dallas Mavericks announced the return of guard J.J. Barea to an undisclosed contract Wednesday.
|Lakers rule Randle out for season
Julius Randle's rookie season will last only a single game, as the Los Angeles Lakers announced Thursday that the 2014 first-round pick will miss the remainder of the campaign after undergoing surgery to repair a fractured right tibia.
|Hornets pick up options on Kidd-Gilchrist, Zeller
Prior to hosting Milwaukee in their season opener, the Charlotte Hornets announced that they have exercised the team's fourth-year option on small forward Michael Kidd-Gilchrist and third-year option on power forward Cody Zeller.
|Nets' Lopez out for opener
Brooklyn Nets center Brook Lopez will not play in Wednesday's season opener against the Boston Celtics due to a sprained right foot he suffered during the preseason.
|Mason, ex-NFL player Foxworth named NBPA execs
Recently retired NBA veteran Roger Mason Jr. and former NFL Players Association president Domonique Foxworth are among several new appointments to the NBA Players Association senior management team.