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Beyond The Buzzer:
Lou Amundson says the Bulls, Heat, Knicks and Celtics are the four teams that he’s been in contact with since being waived by the Minnesota Timberwolves that are currently interested in his services. Of the four, the Heat, Knicks and Celtics recently added free agent big men (D.J. White (Celtics), Chris Andersen (Heat), Kenyon Martin (Knicks), passing on Amundson. With the injury of Taj Gibson, who could miss 2 or more weeks, the Bulls may have added incentive to add another big.
According to Fox Sports Florida:
Amundson said in a phone interview Thursday that his agent, Mark Bartelstein, has had conversations with Heat president Pat Riley about him. But he said the recent signing by Miami of Chris Andersen might be too much of a duplication as the Heat seek to possibly fill their 15th spot.
The 6-foot-9 Amundson said other teams in mix for him are Chicago, Boston and New York. The Knicks have a full roster of 15, but Amundson said they’re waiting to see how it works out with Keny...
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Final Score: Warriors: 105 Knicks: 109
The matchup between the Knicks and Warriors lived up to the hype as one of the more exciting games of the NBA season took place at Madison Square Garden Wednesday night. It was a high scoring affair with three pointers raining down from all over the court, mostly from one
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Current Standings - New York – 2nd in the Eastern Conference (6.5 games behind Miami), 1st in the Atlantic Division (2 games ahead of Brooklyn) Washington – 13th in the Eastern Conference (10 games behind #8 seed Milwaukee).
Previous Meeting - New York fell to Washington 106-96, on February 6th, 2013.
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