The Knicks are the kings of New York basketball, and it isn’t even close.
Shane Larkin looked up and threw a pass to nobody. Literally nobody. Somebody used to be there but he left long before.
Carmelo Anthony finally has a wingman with a wingspan and a game. It was all beautiful to watch Friday night, especially at the start of the third quarter, when the Knicks completely ran the Nets out of the Garden as Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis combined to score their team's first 14 points of the quarter…
The Nets got their first nationally televised game of the season, their first chance to show how much they supposedly had improved. Instead, what they got was a nightmare, a 108-91 loss to the Knicks. How bad was it? Mild-mannered Joe Johnson was ejected for the first time in his 15-year NBA career. "I've never…
After New Orleans survived a stunning fourth-quarter surge by LeBron James and forced overtime, injured veteran center Kendrick Perkins pulled Pelicans teammate Anthony Davis aside for a quick word.
James Harden was off to another rough shooting start against Dallas and not getting to his usual spot at the free throw line either, so Houston stayed in the game with 3-pointers.
Guard James Harden scored 25 points, including a step-back jumper with 7.4 seconds to go, to lead the Houston Rockets to a 100-96 win against the Dallas Mavericks.
Robert Carter Jr. had 20 points, and No. 2 Maryland routed visiting St. Francis (Pa.), 96-55.
Center Al Horford scored 16 points to lead five double-figure scorers and added nine rebounds as the Hawks took a 19-point lead in the second quarter and held off a Lakers rally for a 100-87 victory on Friday.
Whatever Stan Van Gundy told his team, it seemed to work.
Kobe Bryant wanted to give his Atlanta fans one last epic performance.
The rookie had 17 points and 10 rebounds for his 10th double-double of the season.
The Washington Wizards coach Randy Wittman had to improvise without four of his tallest players.
The Washington Wizards rallied to beat the visiting Phoenix Suns, 109-106, on Friday night in a turnover-filled game.
Kristaps Porzingis hit one 3-pointer and then another, with hardly a Brooklyn player in sight.
When Byron Scott forgets he’s a coach of a rival team, just focuses on the game he loves, he can’t help but be impressed with the Golden State Warriors.