Knicks Daily Links: Monday
Melo: You don't want to hear 'Let's go Heat' at home
Melo: Stoudemire's Knicks barbs not about me
The night at the Garden started with an embarrassing chant of “Let’s Go Heat” and ended the same way.
Amar’e Stoudemire is depressed about the state of a franchise he left in the hands of Carmelo Anthony.
Stephen Curry simultaneously shocked the Oklahoma City Thunder late Saturday night and sent the NBA into a social media frenzy
Call it one of the classiest rejections of Kristaps Porzingis' rookie season. "The KP and The Prom” soap opera reached its conclusion Sunday at the Garden with Long Island high-schooler Samantha Miller on hand to gracefully respond to Porzingis' rejection. The tale began Friday when Miller asked Porzingis to her prom, holding up a sign…
When Joe Johnson arrived in Brooklyn for the 2012-13 season, expectations went wild. With Deron Williams, the Nets had a backcourt to carry them to the playoffs and beyond. Oops. "Honestly, I don't think much about the disappointments so to speak,” said Johnson, who had to flee Brooklyn via buyout and sign with the Heat…
Knicks president Phil Jackson's Twitter account was not hacked Sunday, but the club might have wanted to claim it was. Jackson's 140-character missive about reigning MVP Stephen Curry seemed racier than any photo interim coach Kurt Rambis "likes'' on his Twitter feed. Oh yes, the Zen Master has struck again, hours before the Knicks dropped…
As Stephen Curry casually dribbled the ball across halfcourt, the clock winding down on a tie game in overtime, he took one bounce past the stripe, did his trademark foot shuffle as he gathered himself and let the ball fly from some 38 feet away.
Veteran Joe Johnson signed with the Miami Heat on Saturday and on Sunday the versatile swing man was thrown right into the fire, delivering in a victory over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.
Stoudemire appeared to lob some subtle criticisms at Carmelo Anthony and reproached his former teammates for their halfhearted embrace of the triangle offense before helping his new team, the Miami Heat, defeat them.
Dwyane Wade scored 26 points, Joe Johnson made a 3-pointer on his first shot in a Heat uniform during a big game-opening run, and Miami beat the New York Knicks 98-81 on Sunday night.
A lot has changed in the past week for the Detroit Pistons.
The Wizards got a much-needed victory in their bid to move into playoff position.
Chandler Parsons scored 29 points and the Dallas Mavericks started fast in their first game since getting booed by the home crowd during a bad opening half, beating the Minnesota Timberwolves 128-101 Sunday night.
The N.B.A. All-Star Paul George developed his skills by trying in vain to outplay his sister.
Rookie Mario Hezonja dunked four seconds into his first NBA start, finishing with 13 points, and the Orlando Magic led all the way Sunday in a 130-116 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers.
Damian Lillard had 33 points and five rebounds to lead the Portland Trail Blazers to a 111-102 victory over the Indiana Pacers on Sunday.
Houston and Chicago looked like contenders as the season began. But with Golden State, Oklahoma City, San Antonio and Cleveland rising to the top, the two middle-of-the-pack teams have their work cut out for them.
Joe Johnson was penciled into Miami's starting lineup before the Heat even began stitching the J-O-H-N-S-O-N on the back of his new red jersey.