Phil Jackson, the Knicks’ president, may want to have a better idea of who is going to be on the bench before deciding on who will lead the team.
Combing over the NBA awards this season finds more no-brainers than nail-biters.
Derryck Thornton said in a statement issued by the school that he wanted to play closer to his California home.
The Golden State Warriors got a momentous victory in the one place they hadn’t won in nearly two decades.
Stephen Curry and Golden State cemented their status as basketball royalty by tying the 1995-96 Bulls’ N.B.A. record.
The Toronto Raptors still can get home-court advantage throughout the Eastern Conference playoffs.
There are records and then there are monumental records.
In the Knicks’ second-to-last contest in a long-ago-lost campaign, they handed big minutes to their young players and reserves and lost 93-89 to the Toronto Raptors.
The Pacers were just one of several teams fighting for a postseason position that were overshadowed by the Golden State Warriors’ record-tying win.
It’s the Hassan Hour.
Utah, Houston and Dallas are locked in a race for the last two Western Conference playoff spots.
The home finale was an easy win for the Miami Heat.
Myles Turner had 28 points and 10 rebounds and the Indiana Pacers beat the Brooklyn Nets 129-105 Sunday night to clinch a playoff berth.
Interim coach Kurt Rambis, in a message to fans on Fan Appreciation Night, said he understands "the blur” of non-playoff seasons but stressed how fast things can change next season. Rambis even referred to last season's 17-65 disaster as "Year Zero” because of the mammoth changes involved in the new Phil Jackson regime. As such,…
Kurt Rambis has played the part of loyal soldier. He has been the model interim coach in a lot of ways: affable, earnest, absolutely committed to carrying out his boss' interpretation of what basketball should look like. If you look up the word "interim” in the dictionary, you don't see Rambis' face, as the old…
The Knicks completed their home schedule of another lost season with only hypothetical legs to stand on.
Phil Jackson was in his usual center-court seat about 10 rows up from the floor Sunday night, watching the Knicks play their last home game of the season. His first two full seasons as Knicks president have resulted in more anguish than victories.
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