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5TH QUARTER MAGAZINE:
Congratulations are in order for New York Knicks, Amar’e Stoudemire and Alexis Welch. The happy couple tied the knot on 12/12/12, along with thousands of other romantics.
Staying in correlation with the significant date, the uber private ceremony, on the roof deck of his apartment, was attended by only 12 guests per Page Six:
“Less than seven other people were there, no Knicks teammates. It was just about them,” a source said. But this won’t be the couple’s only ceremony. “They are planning a big bash next year for friends and family to have a great time,” a source said. The groom wore a Calvin Klein tux, and the bride and kids wore traditional ethnic outfits
Following the ceremony, the pair stepped out as newlyweds for the first time, attending MSG for the Hurricane Sandy relief concert “12-12-12″:
BEST OF MAXIM
New York Knicks point guard made the worst attempt shot of the season, and possibly the worst in NBA history, during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's game at the Barclays Center against the Brooklyn Nets.
Felton had an open look and took the shot, but to say it was a little off would be an understatement, as it went straight up in the air about 20 feet.
HIGH AND LOW
VIDEO: Posterized again!
J.R. Smith responded to some Laker fans on Twitter Wednesday night. During the spree, Smith bashed Kobe Bryant insinuating he takes too many shots. This, coming from one of the most ridiculed players at shot selection. Does having a better record 21 games into the season justify Smith talking trash about one of the greatest players of all time? You be the judge:
Yea shots! RT ...
Kobe Bryant has a message for all those who enjoy criticizing Carmelo Anthony: enough is enough. When Jeremy Lin led the New York Knicks on an improbable winning streak last season with Anthony out nursing an injury, the media had a field day bashing Carmelo. Many writers, analysts and fans were quick to accuse him of being the problem. Kobe says he’s the solution. “I think last...
Knicks pull out a thriller in Brooklyn.
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