WHAT IT MEANS: The Golden State Warriors, with their run-and-gun style, ran the New York Knicks completely out of Oracle Arena on Monday night, as the ‘Bockers scored a season low in a 92-63 loss.
And this is just the start of the Knicks’ five-game road trip, during which their next four opponents — the Denver Nuggets, Portland Trail Blazers, Los Angeles Clippers and Utah Jazz — all play similarly to Golden State.
While Carmelo Anthony returned on Monday after missing three games, he was clearly still battling through right knee stiffness.
Carmelo Anthony returned Monday night and the Knicks held Stephen Curry under 30 points. But that formula didn't result in a victory.
Carmelo Anthony on one good leg doesn’t look like an MVP candidate, that’s for sure. Needless to say, the Knicks aren’t very potent without their best player at full strength, either. Anthony’s first game since being sidelined one week with a right knee injury was an unmitigated disaster for both the player and his team
Carmelo Anthony returned to the court Monday night against Golden State, still not knowing exactly what’s wrong with his right knee and unable to unequivocally state that he is back to stay.
OAKLAND, Calif. â?? Stephen Curry scored 26 points, David Lee had 21 and the Golden State Warriors routed the New York Knicks 92-63 on Monday night for their most lopsided win of the season.
Almost two weeks after his 54-point masterpiece at Madison Square Garden, Curry shared the spotlight with his…
OAKLAND â?? The Knicks are ready to write a new book: “How the West was Lost.”
Carmelo Anthony’s return was a complete disaster and the Knicks were a complete mess last night as they began their daunting, five-game West Coast trip with a disgraceful 92-63 loss to the Warriors at…
OAKLAND â?? So it starts with precisely the kind of gruesome, grisly, no-show, no-account performance you feared it would start with, equal parts pathetic and infuriating.
It starts with the Golden State Warriors pummeling the Knicks, clobbering them in every phase of the game, it starts with Stephen Curry and Klay…
OAKLAND â?? With uncertainty surrounding the returns of power forwards Amar’e Stoudemire and Rasheed Wallace, coach Mike Woodson admitted he and general manager Glen Grunwald may open up a roster spot and sign a big man after the West Coast trip.
Stoudemire had his right-knee debridement surgery at the Hospital…
The Knicks haven’t won a playoff series since 2001, but the Garden’s $800 million, three-year transformation continues to give owner James Dolan cause to jack up season-ticket prices.
In a press release, the Knicks announced season-ticket prices will go up, on average, 6.4 percent for next season…
OAKLAND â?? Carmelo Anthony played last night in the Knicks’ 92-63 loss to the Warriors, but what condition his knee will be in the rest of the season still is a question, as is the cause of his knee stiffness.
Anthony, who scored 14 points last night on 4-of-15 shooting, said…
Former Knick Renaldo Balkman was banned from the Philippines’ professional basketball league for life after choking a teammate in the middle of a game, the association’s commissioner said yesterday.
Balkman, who played four seasons with the Knicks and two with the Nuggets, also was fined $6,100 for the…
Carmelo Anthony started Monday night after missing three games with a sore knee, but Golden State held the Knicks to a season low in scoring in a 29-point rout.
By the time Mark Jackson walked off the floor and into the Golden State Warriors’ locker room late Monday night, the coach already had a text message from his mother, Marie, who watched her son’s win against the Knicks on national television from the family’s New York home.
Kosta Koufos scored a career high 22 points on 10-of-11 shooting, mostly from point-blank range, and the Denver Nuggets ran their winning streak to nine games with a 108-93 victory over the Phoenix Suns on Monday night.
The San Antonio Spurs rebounded from their worst loss of the season with a balanced performance against one of the NBA’s best teams.
San Antonio, coming off its second-worst home loss ever, beat Oklahoma City in a game between the conference’s top two teams.
Mo Williams scored 20 points, Al Jefferson had 16 and the Utah Jazz snapped a four-game losing streak with a 103-90 victory over the Detroit Pistons on Monday night.
Deron Williams did what he could, scoring 27 points with 13 assists, but it wasn’t enough to fend off the 76ers, who shot 53 percent from the field and hit 8 of 15 3-pointers.
Damien Wilkins saw Brook Lopez spin into the paint and try another fadeaway jumper. Wilkins blocked the shot â?? more of a volleyball spike â?? and one-hopped the ball out of bounds.
Carmelo Anthony returned to the Knicks on Monday after missing three games because of a knee injury. On Wednesday he faces his former team, the Nuggets, in Denver.