Grizzlies beat Pacers, 112-103 for their first victory of the season.
Thunder beat the Spurs, 112-106 behind Russell Westbrook's 33 points.
The Chicago Bulls defeated the Brooklyn Nets, 115-100, on Wednesday night to start the new season at 2-0.
Greg Hardy could earn a long-term deal with the Dallas Cowboys.
Chris Paul wants to win a ring with the Clippers and retire with the team.
Nashville Predators extends contract of defenseman Mattias Ekholm.
Led by Steph Curry's 40 points, the Warriors beat the Pelicans, 111-95 on opening night.
Led by Nikola Mirotic, the Bulls held off LeBron James and the Cavaliers on opening night.
Featuring new faces, the Detroit Pistons held off the Atlanta Hawks in the season opener.
Harrison Barnes and the Golden State Warriors will talk contract extension after the season.
Jason Pierre-Paul signs one-year deal with New York Giants.
Texans release Ryan Mallet and sign T.J. Yates.
After a poor first half to the season, the Detroit Lions fired offensive coordinator Joe Lombardi and replaced him with their quarterbacks coach.
Head coach Rick Carlisle appears set to sign a five-year extension with the Dallas Mavericks.
Gus Bradley is expected to coach the Jacksonville Jaguars until next season.
Running back Arian Foster is out for the season with a torn Achilles.
Rookie WR Phillip Dorsett to miss at least a month of action due to an ankle injury.
No chance for a Steve Smith trade to Carolina, according to head coach John Harbaugh.
The holdout, which lasted about three weeks, ended when Thompson agreed to a five-year, $82 million contract.
Along with Fredette, the Spurs also waived Youssou Ndoye, Keifer Sykes and Deshaun Thomas to trim down its roster.
In the annual poll, NBA GMs think the Cavaliers will win the NBA title over the Warriors with LeBron James winning NBA MVP.
Dez Bryant will evaluate his injury the next two days but could play against the Giants in Week 7.
Tennessee Titans head coach Ken Whisenhunt criticized the Miami Dolphins' Olivier Vernon for a dirty low hit on quarterback Marcus Mariota.
Shooting guard and center staring spots are up for grabs for the Sacramento Kings.
Sammy Watkins, the Bills no. 1 WR last year injured his ankle.
Justin Tuck is out for the season for the Oakland Raiders.
Dallas Cowboys QB Brandon Weeden to be replaced as a starter by Matt Cassel.
Pelicans add Nate Robinson and Bo McCalebb to roster.
Andrew Luck's status still up in the air for Week 6 against the New England Patriots.
New England Patriots tackle Nate Solder is out for the season.