Knicks Morning News (Wednesday, May 30 2012)
With Tony Parker’s 34 points leading the way, the Spurs extended their winning streak to 20 games as they took a 2-0 lead in their series with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The Western Conference finalists show how smartly run teams can thrive in small markets. And then there’s the Knicks.
Hampered by bone spurs in his ankle, Ray Allen of the Celtics is struggling in the N.B.A. playoffs.
The Nets’ first-round draft pick will be forwarded to Portland unless they land one of the top three picks in the N.B.A. draft lottery on Wednesday night in Manhattan.
There finally could be some good news for Hornets who suffered through a miserable season as part of the fallout from the Chris Paul trade.
Tony Parker and the San Antonio Spurs are making this look way too easy.
The San Antonio Spurs continued their perfect run in the playoffs, marching to a record-breaking 20th straight win as they fended off Oklahoma City Thunder 120-111 to take firm control of the Western Conference Finals.
The Oklahoma City Thunder finally found a way to slow down the San Antonio Spurs. It still wasn’t enough to beat them.
Vinny Del Negro will be back as coach of the Los Angeles Clippers next season.
After the worst season in NBA history, the Charlotte Bobcats could use a player such as Anthony Davis.
The hearing to determine whether the Knicks can re-sign Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak without using any of their exceptions will be two weeks from Wednesday.
The arbitration hearing to restore Larry Bird rights to Knicks free agents Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak will be staged June 13, according to an NBA source. It is a very important date for the Knicks’ free-agent future as a victory would be a major coup.
If the Players Association…