Monday's Knicks Links: What's up with Langston Galloway?
George Karl: Frustrated Carmelo 'wants to win'
Rajon Rondo just gave Derek Fisher a history lesson.
DeMarcus Cousins can seemingly find trouble anywhere, even during a meaningless game in New York.
Carmelo Anthony made the long, slow walk from the locker room to the loading dock earlier than usual on Sunday.
The Knicks got a taste of life without Carmelo Anthony.
Long after the Cleveland Cavaliers fired coach David Blatt in an attempt to stabilize a team that just couldn’t get on the same page, many of the same issues continue to plague them under new coach Tyronn Lue.
DeMar DeRozan scored 25 points, Luis Scola added 20, and the Raptors topped the Orlando Magic, 105-100.
The Knicks — playing without Carmelo Anthony, who sat out with a migraine headache — proved more inept than the Sacramento Kings, who slunk away from the Garden with a victory.
Jrue Holiday has escaped the uncanny rash of injuries ravaging the Pelicans this season and increasingly looks like the All-Star once was.
DeMarcus Cousins had 24 points and 20 rebounds and the Sacramento Kings had their best defensive performance of the season Sunday night in an 88-80 victory over the New York Knicks.
Gordon Hayward scored 18 points, including 13 during a decisive third quarter, to lead the Utah Jazz over the Milwaukee Bucks 94-85 on Sunday night.
German Dirk Nowitzki continues to pile up the years and the points.
Isaiah Thomas led six Celtics players in double figures with 26 points to help Boston snap a four-game skid with a 120-105 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night.
Minus Carmelo Anthony, who was suffering with migraines for a second consecutive night, the Knicks lost 88-80 on Sunday to sad-sack Sacramento to continue their post-All-Star game tailspin. With Anthony out, Robin Lopez did his best to stand toe to toe with Kings monster DeMarcus Cousins, scoring a team-high 23 points and pulling down 20…