Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, Mar 13 2012)
Derrick Rose and the Bulls outclassed the Knicks, who showed improvement but still lost their sixth in a row and fell into a tie with the Bucks for eighth place.
Brandon Jennings shot 6 of 11 from 3-point range and contributed 7 assists and 7 rebounds as part of Milwaukee’s third straight win.
Before halftime, Boston and the Clippers already had combined for five technical fouls, plenty of rough contact, a few icy staredowns and a running dialogue of trash talk.
The heady days of “Linsanity” are fading further from New York fans’ memories after the Knicks slumped to their sixth straight defeat with a 104-99 loss to the NBA-best Chicago Bulls on Monday.
Kevin Love scored 13 of his game-high 30 points in the fourth quarter and the Minnesota Timberwolves outlasted the Phoenix Suns 127-124 on Monday night.
Al Jefferson looked at the ceiling and pounded his chest as he does after every game.
The heady days of “Linsanity” are fading further from Knicks fans’ minds after New York slumped to their sixth straight defeat on Monday with a 104-99 loss to the Chicago Bulls.
Derrick Rose scored 32 points and the Chicago Bulls beat New York 104-99 on Monday night, handing the Knicks their sixth straight loss.
Tony Parker scored 31 points in his return from a one-game absence to lead the San Antonio Spurs to a 112-97 victory over the Washington Wizards on Monday.
Gerald Henderson scored 15 points, rookie Bismack Biyombo blocked Trevor Ariza’s driving dunk attempt in the final seconds, and the Charlotte Bobcats held on for a 73-71 victory against the New Orleans Hornets on Monday night.
Brandon Jennings has 34 points, seven assists and seven rebounds and the Milwaukee Bucks posted their third straight win, 105-99 over the New Jersey Nets on Monday night.
Spurs point guard T.J. Ford abruptly retired Monday following the latest scare to his surgically repaired spine, which once sidelined him for an entire NBA season and hampered the dazzling promise that made him a college star.
A lot has happened to the Knicks — Linsanity, for one — since the last time their owner, James Dolan, was interviewed by any reporters.
CHICAGO — The Knicks can’t get a win, can’t get a rebound, can’t get Carmelo Anthony happy and efficient and can’t make the playoffs if the season ended today.
With the trade deadline looming Thursday and the Melo-Mike D’Antoni relationship souring, the Knicks would not…
In case the Knicks are unaware, someone might want to alert them Thursday (3 p.m. Eastern) is the NBA trading deadline.
Yes, once again it’s time for the annual prisoner exchange, though as part of the new collective bargaining agreement, any swap may be blocked by either commissioner…
CHICAGO â?? As the trade deadline approaches Thursday, the relationship between Mike D’Antoni and Carmelo Anthony appears to be deteriorating.
There are several indications the alliance is getting worse, not better, and it seems inconceivable both will be back in New York next season. According to a source familiar with…
The Knicks were hoping to rebound from their lackluster performance against the 76ers Sunday, and Monday night they played with more urgency than they have throughout this winless stretch. But the Knicks didn't rebound the basketball and the losing continued.
CHICAGO — Carmelo Anthony sat in front of his locker with his arms folded, a blank stare washed over his face.
His body language said it all. The Knicks are sullen and losers of sixth straight.
“It sucks,” Anthony later said. “The situation we’re in right now sucks. Losing basketball games sucks. The way we’ve been losing games at the end of the game sucks — not a good feeling right now.”
It wasn’t so much that the Knicks lost to the Bulls, it was how it happened.
Carmelo Anthony was disgusted by what he deemed a lack of hustle exhibited by his teammates Monday night against the Chicago Bulls before reaching one important conclusion. “Maybe I should grab an extra rebound and dive on the floor,â? he said.
They fought. They battled. In the end, all it got the Knicks Monday night was another loss and a tie for eighth place in the East’s playoff picture as their massive free fall continued.
Baron Davis has reached out to T.J. Ford. The Spurs’ point guard was forced to retire for medical reasons on Monday, just five days after he was injured when Davis knocked into him.
On national television, no less, it had come to this: Highlights of the Knicks’ Sunday loss to Philly began airing on ABC’s NBA studio show. Jon Barry, loading up on the sarcasm, said: “The red-hot Knicks hosting the 76ers.â?