Sim Bhullar playing for the New Mexico State Aggies during the 2014 NCAA Tournament. Bhullar signed a 10-day contract with the Sacramento Kings in 2015, becoming the first player of Indian descent in the league.

He’s a towering 7’5″ — and now he’s the first Indian to play in the NBA


Sim Bhullar has landed a 10-day contract with the Sacramento Kings, making him the first player of Indian descent in the NBA. It’s a big chance for the big man to prove his worth after earning success in college and the NBA’s Development League.

The NBA will celebrate the Chinese New Year with special Chinese-themed uniforms for the Golden State Warriors and the Houston Rockets, whose shirt is pictured here.

Why the NBA is breaking out special uniforms for Chinese New Year

Ahmad and his dad at Hoops, an indoor basketball school made possible by a Lebanese NGO called Nawaya.

Why an NGO wants this Lebanese boy to live his hoop dreams

Darsh Preet Singh stands next to his college basketball jersey on display at the Smithsonian's National Museum of Natural History, part of an exhibition on Indian-Americans. Singh is the first Sikh American to play basketball in the NCAA while wearing his

This Sikh American NCAA basketball player learned from his mother