The Knicks had been waiting for this moment for nearly a month. For Kurt Rambis, the wait was much longer.
This Tuesday marks the fifth anniversary of when Carmelo Anthony made his Knicks debut in a win over the Milwaukee Bucks.
Jimmer Fredette fever is alive and well everywhere except the Knicks locker room.
The Golden State Warriors rebounded from their biggest loss of the season with a dominating shooting performance.
The Warriors, coming off a 32-point drubbing at Portland, have still not lost back-to-back games this season.
Guard Klay Thompson scored 32 points and forward Draymond Green recorded his NBA-leading 11th triple-double, allowing the Golden State Warriors to bounce back from their worst showing of the season with a 115-112 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday at Staples Center.
Bucks coach Jason Kidd has been waiting for a signature victory on the road.
Jabari Parker is starting to come into his own.
Kurt Rambis spent two largely forgettable seasons as the head coach in Minnesota, battling former boss David Kahn and losing 100 more games than he won before being fired.
The Brooklyn Nets waived former No. 1 overall draft pick Andrea Bargnani on Saturday, signaling a new direction for the team under their recently hired general manager Sean Marks.
Hassan Whiteside liked the fast pace the Miami Heat played with the night before in a victory in Atlanta — and wanted to be a part of it.
Kurt Rambis, the Knicks’ interim coach, who was fired as Minnesota’s coach after the 2011 season, earned a victory in his return to Target Center.
MINNEAPOLIS – Carmelo Anthony better learn the name of his imminent teammate. When asked by The Post Saturday night about the imminent signing of D-League sensation Jimmer Fredette to a 10-day contract, Anthony said, “Who are we getting? To be honest with you, I haven’t seen Jimmy play in a long time. I’ve been hearing…
MINNEAPOLIS — The Knicks never felt the Timberwolves were serious about dealing flashy point guard Ricky Rubio, the former Spanish sensation who has been a mildly disappointing NBA player. After all, Saturday night was Ricky Rubio Bobblehead Night at Target Center. But will that change in the summertime, who knows? Facing fellow Spaniard and point…
There was a rare sight on the Knicks' bench. Players were cheering, smiling and laughing instead of looking angry and upset.
MINNEAPOLIS — Kurt Rambis' career coaching record isn't easy on the eyes, but he said that doesn't concern him.