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Amare Stoudemire is not feeling the ill effects of the NBA lockout -- TMZ has learned the New York Knicks star just plunked down $3.7 million on a new house!According to property records, Amare picked up the new home in Southwest Ranches, FL last month.…
Stanford coach Johnny Dawkins gave the Knicks their props yesterday for looking past the Cardinal’s awful season in 2009-10 and selecting Landry Fields anyway.Most college prognosticators had Fields undraftable. He wasn’t even included in the Draft Guide that contained 100 names. Fields was one of the Knicks...
East Rutherford, NJ -- Google+ Homecoming Tour featuring Carmelo Anthony All-Stars is coming to the IZOD Center on Saturday, December 10 at 7:00 PM. Here's how it's billed:
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ROGER MASON stood in the rain on Tuesday handing out turkeys in front of the NBA players’ union headquarters in Harlem. It has become an annual event for the union’s rank and file, but while Mason provided food for the community, he couldn’t provide any answers regarding when he’ll be returning to work.
The spirit of Occupy Wall St. moves up to midtown tomorrow. The NBA lockout is alienating people left and right. If this continues, they’ll keep losing fans en masse all the way to next season. If there’s a season.
New York state Senator Malcolm A. Smith (D- 14th district) will join New York Knicks and New Jersey Nets fans and season ticketholders tomorrow, Wednesday November...
Roger Mason stood in the rain on Tuesday handing out turkeys in front of the NBA players’ union headquarters in Harlem. It has become an annual event for the union’s rank and file.
"Mountain-Climber-Sumo-Combo." If you had to guess which NBA star from the past came out with a workout DVD, who would it be? Yes, its Karl Malone, who was arguably the most built guy in the NBA. Made he got nervous under pressure, but not even Dennis Rodman pushed him to the point of blows, except in the wrestling ring. If you like pure comedy watch
The Knicks' front office ordered Mike D'Antoni to improve their play on the defensive end.
Stockton to Malone lives through magic of NBA lockout TV
By Brian T. Smith
The Salt Lake Tribune
Published Nov 24, 2011 06:58PM MDT
John Stockton drives left, hurriedly pulls up while the clock races downward and drills a 3-pointer with no time remaining to send the Jazz to their first-ever NBA Finals.
Jerry Sloan rushes the court like a madman, waving his arms and beaming...