Thursday's Knicks Links: Curry teases Porzingis over tunnel-shot
Warriors keep writing history with 50th straight home win
Kurt Rambis: Tony Wroten won't play this season
OAKLAND, Calif. — As the shot clock was winding down, the Warriors knew who to give the ball to and Stephen Curry delivered as only he can.
Deep into his record-setting season, Curry seems determined to become a better player, even if his Warriors teammates doubt that it’s possible.
Here’s an uncanny option for the defending NBA champions: 6-foot-10 Marreese Speights spotting up from deep and getting in on the 3-point fun right alongside Stephen Curry and Klay Thompson.
The Golden State Warriors recorded their 50th consecutive home victory Wednesday night, riding Stephen Curry’s 34 points to a 121-85 thumping of the New York Knicks.
Golden State missed its first six shots before Stephen Curry led a rout of the Knicks, who were powerless to prevent the Warriors’ 50th straight regular-season home victory.
Anthony Davis had 27 points and 14 rebounds, Ryan Anderson scored 21 of his 29 points in the second quarter and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Sacramento Kings 123-108 on Wednesday night to snap a four-game losing streak.
DeAndre Jordan had 23 points and 14 rebounds, and the Los Angeles Clippers opened up a large halftime lead and never relented en route to a 122-106 victory over the Houston Rockets on Wednesday night.
Kyrie Irving scored 33 points and made a key steal in the closing seconds, leading the Cavaliers — without a resting LeBron James — to a 99-98 win over the Dallas Mavericks in Cleveland.
Kevin Durant stepped to the free throw line with his Thunder clobbering the Celtics, and the home crowd let him know how they felt.
Paul Millsap made a layup while being fouled to put Atlanta ahead with 3:51 to play.
Zach LaVine scored 28 points, Karl-Anthony Towns had 18 points and 10 rebounds and the Minnesota Timberwolves beat the short-handed Memphis Grizzlies 114-108 Wednesday night.
The week began with John Wall and the Washington Wizards on a five-game losing streak and facing a daunting margin just to reach the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
There was no LeBron James to save the Cleveland Cavaliers in crunch time. He was on the bench.
Kyrie Irving scored 33 points and came up with a key steal in the final seconds to preserve the Cleveland Cavaliers’ 99-98 victory Wednesday against the Dallas Mavericks.
The Charlotte Hornets have proven they’re a good NBA team at home.
Phil Jackson wisely ended his road trip in Los Angeles and thus was spared the humiliation of watching Stephen Curry.
The Knicks finally addressed their guard shaky backcourt issues Wednesday, when Phil Jackson announced the signing of Tony Wroten.
Maybe James Dolan can arrange it so Phil Jackson can coach 41 games at Madison Square Garden and the other 41 at Staples Center.
OAKLAND, Calif. — Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf couldn't have done it better. Stephen Curry returned to greatness after his dud of a game at the Garden in January, slicing the Knicks into a bloody carcass with 34 points in 28 minutes as the Warriors slaughtered the Knicks 121-85 at Oracle Arena in their season's most lopsided defeat….