Knicks Morning News (Saturday, May 12 2012)
Boston and Philadelphia will meet in the second round of the N.B.A. playoffs as longtime rivals and as two of the league’s top defensive teams.
Marc Gasol scored 23 points as Memphis edged the Clippers in Los Angeles, ensuring that their playoff series will be decided on the Grizzlies’ home court.
The Los Angeles Clippers are 0 for 2 in closeout games, and now their playoff future comes down to a decisive Game 7.
LeBron James loves telling the story about his first MVP award.
The Memphis Grizzlies staved off playoff elimination by beating the injury-hit Los Angeles Clippers 90-88 on the road in Game Six on Friday to level the best-of-seven series at 3-3.
This time, the fourth quarter belonged to the Memphis Grizzlies.
An attorney for Chris “Birdman” Andersen says he believes the allegations that led to a search of the Denver Nuggets player’s home this week involve a spurned female fan.
Heat forward LeBron James is the NBA’s MVP for a third time, putting him alongside some of the game’s all-time greats.
When interim coach Mike Woodson stopped short of anointing Jeremy Lin the Knicks’ starting point guard for next season, he did so with a reason. The Knicks have eyes on landing a veteran point guard to share the load and do not want to close the door on any point-guard…
Though the rumor is Mike D’Antoni has some interest in taking his speedball offense to Orlando if Stan Van Gundy is fired, a person close to the former Knicks coach said he is just as likely to spend next season at home in New York “for personal reasons” as…