Carmelo Anthony passed another Hall of Famer on Saturday, jumping —limping really — ahead of Gary Payton.
Knicks Daily Links: Monday
There’s never been an NBA season where two teams both won at least 80 percent of their games.
The Oklahoma City Thunder wouldn’t blame the blizzard that delayed their game and kept Kevin Durant stuck in his hotel for 36 hours.
Tim Duncan will miss San Antonio’s eagerly awaited matchup against Western Conference rivals Golden State on Monday due to a sore knee, the Spurs said on Sunday.
In the first of four meetings this season, the Western Conference powers Golden State and San Antonio will collide Monday night in Oakland, Calif.
The Nets ended the Oklahoma City Thunder’s seven-game winning streak with a 116-106 home win.
Toronto had 51 points from their reserve players and the Los Angeles Clippers had 29 from theirs as the Raptors scored a 112-94 win on Sunday to extend their streak to eight games.
Jae Crowder and Isaiah Thomas scored 20 points each and the Boston Celtics cruised to a 112-92 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night.
Mr. Wanzer, a guard, led the Rochester Royals to the 1951 N.B.A. championship, the only league title of that much-traveled team, whose modern-day successor are the Sacramento Kings.
Kyle Lowry scored 21 points and Jonas Valanciunas had 20 as the Toronto Raptors beat the Los Angeles Clippers 112-94 on Sunday for their season-high eighth straight win.
CHARLOTTE, N.C. — Kristaps Porzingis realized he would shrink to nothing if he didn't take the Knicks' new dietitian’s advice and inhale a grand-style breakfast. While the rail-thin Knicks 7-foot-3 rookie added 11 pounds from the end of July's summer league to the start of training camp, Porzingis started to gradually drop weight as the…