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The first quarter was winding down in Monday’s game between New York Knicks and Philadelphia 76ers, when Nick Young made a fantastic save, but then attempt a not-so-fantastic shot. Notice there was still 7.0+ seconds left when he initially got the shot off, Young looked as though he was having a seizure when he shot [...]The post Nick Young’s Horrible Shot vs. New York Knicks (Video) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
BEST OF MAXIM
The Knicks may be off to their best start in over 15 years, but a series of advertisements put up around the city by the MSG Network are causing a bit of a distraction to the team.
With Amar’e Stoudemire out for a few more weeks, it gives Carmelo Anthony more time to be extremely effective at the four. During Sunday’s game against the Philadelphia 76ers, Anthony was just that, effective on both ends of the floor. He ended up with 27 points on 18 shots and 5 rebounds and he passed [...]The post NBA Star Of The Night: Carmelo Anthony appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Lavoy Allen of the Philadelphia 76ers is a Mitt Romney supporter. Actress Stacey Dash is also a Mitt Romney supporter. So the two have at least that much in common.
So as the results began to trickle in Tuesday night and it became clear that Romney had lost his bid to become President, Allen was faced with two Twitter based options: Either he used his time lamenting the loss or he...
Jason Richardson and Andrew Bynum.credit: media.philly.com
76ers shooting guard Jason Richardson recently suffered a sprained ankle after stepping on a cameraman, which is a blow to a team that is already without star center Andrew Bynum. For some, this may seem like a fairly ordinary injury, and an event that is part of the game. After all, as fans, we all want the best media coverage...
The New York Knicks have started 3-0 this year and rap producer/Knicks super fan Swizz Beatz got pretty excited after they collected their second win of the season last Sunday.Beatz and some of his friends were on a private jet and filmed their celebration as the Knicks were finishing off the Philadelphia 76ers:
The New York Knicks are off to a great start, beginning 3-0 with double digit wins in all three games.
They are one of three teams left undefeated in the league and have been shutting down opponents on the defensive end and they have been doing so without Iman Shumpert, who was their best perimeter defender last season. Shumpert is currently rehabbing from knee surgery.
The Knicks are currently 3-0. It’s the first time they’ve started a season 3-0 since 1999. The Knick beat the 76′ers Monday night and this play which is capped off by a JR Smith dunk pretty much sums up how the night went for the Sixers. On the injury front, Iman Shumpert is working his [...]
Graphic Don't Lie
According to RealGM, Rasheed Wallace is leading the NBA in PER. The above graphic puts 'Sheed in some pretty nice company, as two of the 4 other featured players won NBA player of the week honors (Jennings and Harden). You'll get 'em next week 'Sheed!
Related: Video: Rasheed Wallace makes NBA comeback tonight, scores a 3 pointer
Despite being out of the NBA for two seasons, Knicks reserve forward Rasheed Wallace looks to be up to his old tricks again.Nearing the end of the third quarter of last night's 76ers/Knicks affair, Wallace showed off his range by hitting a buzzer-beating three pointer while closely guarded by LaVoy Allen:It's great to feel the Need for Sheed again...
Philadelphia 76ers forward Lavoy Allen and actress Stacey Dash have one thing in common: They both support Mitt Romney. After Romney lost the presidential election to President Barack Obama on Tuesday, Allen offered to comfort the dashing Dash:
@realstaceydash don’t worry we will get through this together, if you need a shoulder to cry on I’m only a phone call away
The New York Knicks shot the lights out from three-point land (13 made threes) for the second night in a row as they beat the Philadelphia 76ers 110-88 in Philly. The Sixers stayed competitive throughout the first half, scoring 48 points and was only down eight points by halftime. The Knicks turned it up a…
The Philadelphia 76ers got their redepmtion after holding the New Orleans Hornets to a franchise-low point total, coasting to a 77-62 win on Wednesday night. Evan Turner and Jrue Holliday led the Sixers (2-2) with 14 points, with Holliday adding 12 assists.
Philadelphia trailed 37-36 at halftime due in part to 14 early turnovers, after averaging an NBA record, 11.8 turnovers...