Friday's Knicks Links: Melo skips Jackson's 'triangle' workshop
Before the season finale and on Trash-Bag Day, Carmelo Anthony admitted he was tired of saying the word "triangle.'' Apparently he's also tired of listening to the word triangle. According to a basketball source, Anthony was not one of the 10 Knicks who were part of Phil Jackson's triangle workshop held Tuesday and Wednesday in…
DeMar DeRozan and Kyle Lowry each scored 21 points to help the visiting Toronto Raptors beat the Indiana Pacers, 101-85
Golden State fumbled away a chance to win in the final seconds.
Kevin Durant, who had struggled in Monday’s loss, scored 34 points on 11-of-25 shooting for Oklahoma City.
A charismatic point guard who achieved legend status as a Brooklyn schoolboy, he helped lift Syracuse University to national prominence in basketball and went on to play in the N.B.A.
There have been verbal jabs, untimely injuries, and plenty of lopsided results.
The frantic, final moments nearly undermined all the Houston Rockets built in scratching out a double-digit lead, but James Harden took advantage of the disarray by doing what he does best.
The Houston Rockets were down by one point with no timeouts and mere seconds remaining Thursday night.
James Harden scored 35 points, including the game-winner with 2.7 seconds left, and Houston took advantage of Stephen Curry’s absence to get a 97-96 victory over Golden State in Game 3 of their first-round playoff series on Thursday night.
The Toronto Raptors have a reputation for being one of the NBA’s best defensive teams and it is that defense that has allowed the Eastern Conference’s No. 2 seed to regain control of its first-round series against No. 7 seed Indiana.