Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, May 15 2012)
An arbitrator’s ruling may determine if the Knicks can re-sign Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak while keeping a $5 million slot, perhaps for J. R. Smith.
Russell Westbrook scored 27 points and Kevin Durant added 25 as Oklahoma City beat Los Angeles in Game 1 of their Western Conference semifinal.
The Oklahoma City Thunder delivered a blow to rival Metta World Peace’s infamous elbow by crushing the Los Angeles Lakers 119-90 on Monday to win the opening game of the second-round playoff series.
For the second time in less than a week, Kobe Bryant and the Los Angeles Lakers must figure out how to fight back after a humbling loss.
Philadelphia avoided repeating their Game One mistakes and held on for a 82-81 road triumph over Boston on Monday as they outdueled the Celtics late to tie their East second round playoff series.
Evan Turner made the go-ahead layup with 40.4 seconds left and Philadelphia held off Boston the rest of the way with six straight free throws as the 76ers evened the second-round Eastern Conference series with an 82-81 victory Monday night.
Oklahoma City General Manager Sam Presti has built the Thunder into an N.B.A. power through the draft.
Chris Paul is likely too fierce a competitor to be absent from the Clippers’ game on Friday night, but his injury derail some of the team’s most successful lineups.
The Players Association filed for an arbitration hearing yesterday to fight a loophole in the new collective bargaining agreement that could give the Knicks a lot more flexibility to re-sign Jeremy Lin while preserving their $5 million mid-level exception.
That mid-level exception could be used to net a very capable…
I love Chris Paul’s posture. I remind me of him. He doesn’t take even the slightest slights stoically. He gets both angry and even. Either on the spot or with the first chance that presents itself.
I second that commotion.
Earlier this season, I went to Philadelphia for…