Knicks Daily Links: Tuesday
Stephen Curry and the rest of the Golden State Warriors starters struggled to pull away from Miami.
The Spurs are the NBA’s pillar of consistency and stability, an organization these Nets could only hope to resemble — on the court and in the front office.
The Washington Wizards used balance and ball movement to make up for another injury to a key performer.
The former N.B.A. star Lamar Odom, who was found unconscious at a Nevada brothel in October with cocaine in his system, will not be charged with any drug counts.
San Antonio, the N.B.A.’s epitome of consistency, met the Nets, a struggling team that had just fired its coach and reassigned its general manager. Not surprisingly, the Spurs ran away with the game.
New Orleans forward Quincy Pondexter will undergo surgery on his left knee that will end his season before it begins, the team announced on Monday.
Mikhail D. Prokhorov, the team’s owner, said he had underestimated the pressures of competing in New York, calling it “maybe my most important lesson.”
Forward LaMarcus Aldridge collected 25 points and the San Antonio Spurs matched their best start to an NBA season with a 106-79 rout of the Brooklyn Nets on Monday night.
Ettore Messina signed Ginobili at age 21 to play for him in Italy. Messina is now an assistant for the Spurs as Ginobili, at 38, winds down his N.B.A. career.
Johnson was a two-time All-Star with the Cleveland Cavaliers and helped the Seattle SuperSonics win the 1979 N.B.A. title.
Carmelo Anthony has already hit a few jackpots — a gorgeous wife, beautiful son and a $124 million contract, just to name a few.