Must see television would be MSG Network taking us live into Phil Jackson’s exit meetings with the Knicks on Thursday morning.
Thursday's Knicks Links: Who will stay and who will go?
The third-leading scorer in N.B.A. history gave Los Angeles a night to remember in his final game of a 20-year career with the Lakers.
They came to pay tribute, the rich and famous in their courtside seats and the less affluent up high in the rafters of Staples Center.
Now that the Golden State Warriors have set the NBA record for most wins during a regular season, the team must grapple with an even bigger challenge: winning a second consecutive championship.
Kobe Bryant scored 60 incredible points. He carried a miserable Los Angeles Lakers team to an improbable comeback victory.
Steve Kerr, who last season became the first rookie head coach in 33 years to win an NBA title, has quickly transformed a Golden State Warriors team that was once a laughingstock into one that could dominate for years to come.
For 20 long seasons, Los Angeles Lakers guard Kobe Bryant lit up the National Basketball Association with a work ethic and closing ability matched by very few until he finally ended his stellar career on Wednesday.
The Jazz would have finished eighth in the Western Conference with a victory over the Lakers and a Rockets loss, but Houston cruised past Sacramento.
The Golden State Warriors earned a National Basketball Association record-setting 73rd regular season victory on Wednesday with a 125-104 blowout win over the Memphis Grizzlies.
Moments before starting the final game of his stellar 20-year career in the NBA, Kobe Bryant was described as “the greatest” ever to wear the purple and gold by fellow Los Angeles Lakers great Magic Johnson.
The Latest on the Golden State Warriors’ chase of the best regular-season record in NBA history on Wednesday and Kobe Bryant’s final game with the Los Angeles Lakers (all times local):
Damian Lillard had 21 points before sitting in the final quarter and the Portland Trail Blazers, with their playoff fate sealed earlier Wednesday night, defeated the Denver Nuggets 107-99.
Mirza Teletovic scored 22 points to lead seven Phoenix players in double figures and the Suns finished their second-worst season in franchise history Wednesday night with a 114-105 victory over a Los Angeles team made up almost entirely of Clippers bench players.
The Spurs left four starters and two key reserves in San Antonio for their meaningless regular-season finale in Dallas.
Behind Stephen Curry, Golden State reached 73 wins, eclipsing the old record that they had shared for three days with the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls.
Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer is ready to move on.
Randy Wittman has been told he will not be back as coach of the Washington Wizards, let go after failing to reach the playoffs this season, according to a person familiar with the decision.
The Celtics invited players from three of the franchise’s championship teams to the Garden on Wednesday night to support them in their regular-season finale.
Nobody’s getting fired. Roster changes could be coming.
Sam Mitchell smiled and laughed with his young Minnesota Timberwolves one last time, reveling in one of the few easy victories his team has had in its home building.
The Minnesota Timberwolves are embarking on a massive overhaul of their leadership and have hired a search firm to look for a new president of basketball operations and coach, the team announced late Wednesday night.
Knicks owner James Dolan gambled on Phil Jackson as a novice team president and has lost his shirt. However, he's not ready to cut his losses. After a recent home game, Dolan was said to be in a chipper mood, telling employees things will turn around. Ever the contrarian, sources say Dolan still trusts Jackson…