Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, Jun 12 2012)
When Miami fell to the Dallas Mavericks in last year’s N.B.A. finals, it seemed as if the public was gleeful. So much has changed in a year.
Kelley Hardwick, an N.B.A. security director, accused Geno Auriemma, the UConn and Olympic women’s basketball coach, of getting her fired after she refused his advances in 2009.
Majority owner Michael Heisley has been trying to sell his Memphis Grizzlies for years to just the right person, and the Illinois billionaire finally found his buyer.
Kevin Durant and LeBron James, the two most dynamic and versatile players in the league, will be on display when the Thunder play the Heat in the N.B.A finals.
The season started with 30 teams, got whittled down to 16 and now there are two — the Miami Heat and Oklahoma City Thunder, set to begin the NBA finals on Tuesday night.
LeBron James versus Kevin Durant. It is the story of these NBA finals.
A security director for the National Basketball Association accused Geno Auriemma, the coach of the U.S. Olympic women’s basketball team, of forcibly trying to kiss her during a 2009 overseas basketball tournament in a lawsuit filed Monday.
LeBron James is quickly racking up MVP awards while Kevin Durant is collecting scoring titles at the same pace.
The Miami Heat and the Oklahoma City Thunder, who begin play Tuesday for the N.B.A. championship, feature two strikingly different offenses.
The Thunder have yet to win a championship, but the fear of breaking up a potential dynasty already has to be weighing on the minds of the team’s growing fan base.
While the LeBron James narrative churns onward, we stop to pause and consider the most recent of James’s dominant performances.
OKLAHOMA CITY â?? When Jeff Van Gundy coached the Knicks during the last lockout season in 1999, then-Garden president Dave Checketts secretly courted Phil Jackson even before the campaign was over.
Van Gundy, who will broadcast the NBA Finals on ABC, said he’s proud the Knicks didn’t do the…
OKLAHOMA CITY â?? Thunder veteran point guard Derek Fisher spent more than 45 nights in Manhattan during the NBA lockout as president of the Players Association and a chief negotiator.
At times, he felt as if he almost lived there. Fisher could get that opportunity this summer as he will be…