The Chicago Bulls extended their winning streak to a season-high five games by defeating the Milwaukee Bucks 117-106 on Tuesday at the United Center.
After Stephen Curry came up limping from another blow to his sore left leg, Golden State coach Luke Walton thought the reigning MVP should take the rest of the night off while the Warriors wrapped up another blowout win.
The Knicks improved to 17-19, matching their win total from last season, but they kept things in perspective as they packed up for Miami, the second stop on a three-game trip.
Deron Williams has been back with his hometown Dallas Mavericks for a couple of months now.
Deron Williams hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer in the second overtime, and Dallas beat Sacramento for its 22nd consecutive home victory over the Kings.
Arron Afflalo and Carmelo Anthony both scored 23 points, and New York almost lost a 16-point lead before holding on to beat Atlanta 107-101 Tuesday night, giving the Knicks their second win over the Hawks in three days.
Jimmy Butler had 32 points and a season-high 10 assists to lead the streaking Chicago Bulls to a 117-106 victory over the Milwaukee Bucks on Tuesday night.
Kobe Bryant is sitting out his third straight game for the Los Angeles Lakers with a sore right shoulder.
ATLANTA — In his brief scuffle with Atlanta's Kent Bazemore, Knicks 7-foot-3 rookie Kristaps Porzingis picked up his first-ever NBA technical foul Tuesday, but didn't realize a fine comes along with it. "It wouldn't have changed anything if I knew it,'' Porzingis said. Porzingis' respect from his teammates grew larger when Bazemore fouled Porzingis with…
Last season’s Knicks required all 82 games to reach their pathetic 17 wins. This squad is already three months ahead of that schedule.
Couldn’t you just see Michael Jordan doing that for Patrick Ewing and Charles Barkley if Twitter were around in 1988?