The season ended, appropriately enough, on tax day.
Free-agent target Greg Monroe has never met Phil Jackson but says he’s willing to sit down with the Knicks’ president in July.
Mercifully, the gut-emptying disaster known as the 2014-15 Knicks season came to a close Wednesday at the Garden, as a basic replay of so many other games — the Knicks…
Let the championship chase begin.
The Los Angeles Lakers wrapped up the worst season in franchise history with an eight-man roster of castoffs and journeymen trudging to their eighth loss in nine games, never threatening to contend under all those gold championship banners hanging high above the Staples Center court.
The Memphis Grizzlies are headed into the postseason with home-court advantage. The Indiana Pacers are simply heading home.
Klay Thompson scored 25 points before resting in the second half, and the Golden State Warriors wrapped up the best the regular season in franchise history with a 133-126 victory over the Denver Nuggets on Wednesday night.
Joe Johnson thought about so many missed chances by the Nets this season, unsure whether he would play another game this season.
Bojan Bogdanovic scored a career-high 28 points to help the Nets to a victory, which helped lift them into the playoffs along with the Indiana Pacers’ loss.
After Anthony Davis’ final flurry of clutch shots, blocks and rebounds ensured the Pelicans’ first postseason berth since before he was drafted, the 22-year-old All-Star known as the “unibrow” was ready to admit how much it meant to him.
The New Orleans Pelicans and Brookyln Nets clinched playoff spots on the final night of the NBA regular season on Wednesday.
Anthony Davis had 31 points and 13 rebounds, and the New Orleans Pelicans earned a playoff berth with a victory over the San Antonio Spurs.
The Chicago Bulls looked as if they were on their way to a lopsided loss. Aaron Brooks had other ideas.
James Harden and the Houston Rockets won’t take long to celebrate winning their first division title since 1994 and clinching the No. 2 seed in the Western Conference.
Westbrook’s 37 points and a 138-113 victory were not enough to get the Thunder into the playoffs for a sixth straight season.
Russell Westbrook did everything in his power to drag the banged-up Oklahoma City Thunder to the playoffs for a sixth straight season.
LeBron James sat out Cleveland’s regular-season finale to rest for the playoffs and the Cavaliers rallied to beat the Washington Wizards 113-110 in overtime Wednesday night.
Miami ended the season with two wins in one game.
Gigi Datome scored 22 points, including two key buckets in the final 3 minutes, and the Boston Celtics ended the regular season with their sixth straight win following a 105-100 victory Wednesday night over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Reggie Jackson had 24 points and 11 assists and the Detroit Pistons closed out the season with a 112-90 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
Kyle Lowry scored 26 points and the Toronto Raptors wrapped up the regular season with their franchise record 49th victory, beating the Charlotte Hornets 92-87 on Wednesday night.
The two main teams that share Madison Square Garden represented opposite ends of the sports spectrum this season: The Rangers compiled the N.H.L.’s top record, and the Knicks endured their worst season.
On his way to what could be an N.B.A. scoring title, Harden has been drawing fouls and sinking free throws at an impressive rate.
After their worst finish, Knicks eye best pick
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