The Knicks didn't wilt without Jason Kidd. They prospered.
New Lakers coach Mike D'Antoni said Wednesday in an ESPNLA.com story that he regrets leaving Steve Nash and the Phoenix Suns for the Knicks in 2008.
MILWAUKEE â?? As the final seconds melted away Wednesday night at Bradley Center, Carmelo Anthony shook each player’s hand on the bench. “Good bounce-back, good bounce-back,” he congratulated each of them.
Indeed, the Knicks were a lot sharper in Brew City than Brooklyn as they recovered emphatically from Monday’s…
MILWAUKEE â?? The NBA’s announcement the Knicks are No. 1 in merchandise sales in its latest study for the first time since 2004 may need a big, fat black-and-white asterisk. The figures are based on sales at the NBA store and online store from April through Thanksgiving weekend.
MILWAUKEE â?? Regrets? Mike D’Antoni has a few.
In a candid bombshell interview, D’Antoni told ESPNLosAngeles.com he never should have left Steve Nash in Phoenix and come to New York for the Knicks’ rebuilding program.
D’Antoni said the whole plan of breaking down the Knicks for two…
Blown dunks aside, the Knicks, and in particular their bench players, were nearly flawless in Wednesday’s 102-88 win over the Milwaukee Bucks that improved their record to 10-4. Novak, who made five 3-pointers and one layup, finished with 19 points.
Jason Kidd’s importance to the Knicks was underscored when his teammates couldn’t score without him in overtime against Brooklyn. The Knicks simply function better with Kidd on the court.