As usual, with the clock winding down and the game tied, the Portland Trail Blazers looked to their backcourt to save the day. The player who stepped up to make the save was unexpected.
Isaiah Thomas scored 28 points against his former team, and the Boston Celtics held off the Phoenix Suns 102-99 despite almost blowing a 21-point lead Saturday night.
The Nets beat the Indiana Pacers, 120-110, on Saturday night at Barclays Center.
The Thunder chose rhythm and the Spurs chose relaxation Saturday night in Oklahoma City.
Quietly and efficiently, the Atlanta Hawks keep piling up victories. The team that headed into the Eastern Conference playoffs last season as the top seed could be this season’s darkhorse.
Three terrific quarters from Paul Millsap were enough for the Atlanta Hawks.
LeBron James is feeling stronger as the season gets shorter.
The Utah Jazz and Minnesota Timberwolves both trudged into Target Center with heavy legs and foggy heads.
Two nights after a surprising win over the Bulls, the Knicks fell back to earth, as LeBron James and Cleveland routed them at Madison Square Garden.
Nicolas Batum scored 23 of his 25 points in the first half and the Charlotte Hornets used a 3-point barrage to rout the Milwaukee Bucks 115-91 on Saturday night.
Kevin Durant scored 31 points and Russell Westbrook added 29 to help the Thunder defeat the short-handed San Antonio Spurs 111-92 on Saturday night.
DeMar DeRozan scored 23 points, Patrick Patterson had 16 and the Toronto Raptors snapped a two-game losing streak, beating the New Orleans Pelicans 115-91 on Saturday night to tie a franchise record with their 49th victory of the season.
Orlando journeyman center Dewayne Dedmon scored a career-high 18 points and grabbed 13 rebounds, Jason Smith added 14 off the bench and the Magic dealt the Chicago Bulls a blow to their fading playoff hopes with a 111-89 win Saturday night.
Brook Lopez scored 23 points, Bojan Bogdanovic added 18, and the Brooklyn Nets beat the Indiana Pacers 120-110 on Saturday night.
LeBron, Cavs throw down week's frustration on Knicks
J.R. Smith's latest off-the-court issue isn't affecting his performance on it. The former Knicks guard continues to play well for the Cavaliers after he was sued earlier this week by 19-year-old Justin Brown, who accuses the 11-year veteran of choking him and striking him in Chelsea last November, according to police sources. There were not…
Rookie Jerian Grant is giving his 3-point shooting more than the old college try. The Knicks have recently put more of an emphasis on improving the former Notre Dame point guard's stroke from downtown. During his days with the Irish, Grant said he had a propensity to take step-back and fade-away 3-pointers. That formula hasn't…
LeBron James was in town. James had just scored a triple-double. The Knicks had just lost for the 44th time in 74 games. So the question went to Carmelo Anthony. Would you be willing to waive the no-trade clause if it meant playing with LeBron in Cleveland? "I don't want to talk about that man,…
Carmelo Anthony might be going through purgatory on Earth with the Knicks, but LeBron James has his own matters to deal with — namely getting the Cavaliers ready to win a championship. "I believe in what we have,” James said. "And I know we can win a championship with the group we have. And I'm…
LeBron James strapped on his cape, bullied one Knick to the rim and embarrassed two — including Kristaps Porzingis — when he got there.
Justin Brown, 19, claims in a new suit that Smith attacked him outside Artichoke Basille’s Pizza in Chelsea last November.