Tuesday's Knicks Links: Lakers' next head coach could impact Phil Jackson, Knicks
In late April, the N.B.A. playoff season has an event horizon out there at the edge of Alpha Centauri, with long series and long games.
Russell Westbrook had 36 points and Kevin Durant 33 as Oklahoma City beat Dallas to advance to the Western Conference semifinals.
Golden State said Curry would probably miss at least the next two weeks with a sprained knee. It was, all things considered, relatively good news for the Warriors.
Chris Paul broke a bone in his right hand midway through the third quarter and left the Clippers’ Game 4 loss to the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday night.
As the Trail Blazers celebrated, the Clippers’ locker room was somber.
At this stage of an NBA playoff series, there’s not much need for extra film work, no point in making any big adjustments.
Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban declared that Oklahoma City’s Russell Westbrook is “not a superstar” and then watched as the point guard eliminated the Mavs from the playoffs on Monday.
The Los Angeles Clippers did not just lose Game 4 of their first-round playoff series with the Portland Trail Blazers on Monday at the Moda Center. They lost their point guard, leader and best player, too.
Ex-Knicks assistant Tom Thibodeau and former Knicks general manager Scott Layden will be introduced at Tuesday's press conference as the new power couple in Minnesota, making some Knicks fans envious of the Twin Cities. Soon there may be an announcement regarding the return of the Knicks new-old tag-team of Phil Jackson and Kurt Rambis, but…