Steve Kerr’s television gig is bringing him to New York, and according to a Knicks source, he likely will get together with Phil Jackson this weekend for the first time to discuss the team’s coaching vacancy.
Phil Jackson knows firsthand about NBA dynasties better than most, and the Knicks president claimed on Twitter late Friday night that he wasn’t trying to disrespect Gregg Popovich and the Spurs earlier this week when he said he “wouldn’t call San Antonio a dynasty.”
Welcome to New York, Stevie! Knicks coaching candidate Steve Kerr arrived in New York on Friday in advance of TNT's Raptors-Nets telecast of Game 4 Sunday at Barclays Center. However,…
James Harden found his shot, and Troy Daniels made his.
James Harden snapped out of his slump. Omer Asik stopped LaMarcus Aldridge. But it was rookie Troy Daniels who made all the difference for the Houston Rockets.
Mike Dunleavy was making so many 3-pointers the Washington Wizards overplayed him at the arc and let him drive for a three-point play instead.
The Raptors, who entered the fourth quarter trailing by 11, trimmed the Nets’ lead to 97-96 but fell behind in the series, 2-1.
Paul Pierce climbed high for the dunk, Kevin Garnett went to the floor for a loose ball, and Brooklyn suddenly looked and sounded like Boston.
The word “together” has become loaded in the Grizzlies-Thunder series, which involves teams with different philosophies. One operates a sharing-is-caring offensive system, while the other relies on a superstar tandem.