After spending most of his first two NBA seasons buried on the bench with the Portland Trail Blazers, former Maryland standout Jake Layman has found his role as a key reserve and sometimes starter for one of the Western Conference's top teams.
Former Maryland basketball star Damonte Dodd has been indicted on rape and assault charges for allegedly having sex with an intoxicated woman in a Nov. 2017 incident, the Prince George’s County State’s Attorney’s office announced Friday.
One day out, it seems like Maryland guard Kevin Huerter will end up as a mid-to-late first-round pick in the 2018 NBA Draft. Forward Justin Jackson, who struggled last season due to injury, is likely to be a second round pick.
Michal Cekovsky came to Maryland without a net, and lacking support as he made the transition to Division I basketball. Now, he is providing support and aid to fellow European players Ivan Bender and Joshua Tomaic as they try to find their way with the Terps.
As the Washington Wizards opened training camp Tuesday at the university's two-year-old basketball home in Baltimore County, players and even coach Randy Wittman reminisced about those halcyon days when they only had to worry about classes and basketball.
Former Maryland star Dez Wells, who hoped to use the NBA Summer League with the Washington Wizards as a showcase to earning an invitation to training camp this fall, will not play with the team in Las Vegas because of a badly sprained thumb suffered last week during team workouts.
As he prepares for his second season playing in the Japan National Basketball League with Link Tochigi Brex, Tommy Brenton sits down to talk about the thrills and challenges of playing professionally overseas.
After playing in only four of the team's first 32 games, Alex Len has slowly made his way into first-year coach Jeff Hornacek's rotation, playing behind former Duke star Miles Plumlee and, if the Suns go to a smaller lineup, Channing Frye.
Marcin Gortat knew he wasn't going to be in Phoenix long the moment the rebuilding Suns drafted former Maryland center Alex Len fifth overall in June, but that didn't make any less startling the news he had been traded to the Washington Wizards.
As a high school player in Ohio, Logan Aronhalt twice went with teams to Italy to play basketball. Aronhalt, who played as a graduate student last season at Maryland after playing three years at Albany, will now be going to Italy to start what he hopes to be a long professional career.
Brothers Tim Connelly (Denver Nuggets), Pat Connelly (Phoenix Suns), Joe Connelly (Washington Wizards) and Dan Connelly (Utah Jazz) grew up in Baltimore's Roland Park neighborhood and now work for NBA franchises.
It now appears that Alex Len could become the No. 1 pick by the Cleveland Cavaliers despite being sidelined since early April after undergoing surgery to repair a partial stress fracture in his left ankle.
Tim Connelly said recently that he had already exceeded his dreams by becoming the assistant general manager of an NBA team three years ago. The 36-year-old Baltimore native might be raising his career bar again.
Except for the fact that his left foot is encased in a protective boot, and that most of his training is done sitting down, little has changed for former Maryland center Alex Len as he gets ready for next week's NBA draft.