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According to ‘Melo, the NBA should have let the Chris Paul trade to the Lakers go through, because it would have been good for all parties involved. From the NY Daily News: “Unlike the NBA commissioner, who prevented Paul from going to the Lakers in a trade three weeks ago, the Knicks’ superstar believes it would have benefited everyone had Paul wound up playing in the same backcourt with Kobe Bryant. ‘I thought it would have been good for the Lakers and good for the whole NBA,’ Anthony said. ‘As a guy who loves to compete, I would have liked to see him out West with the Lakers. For me — I’ve been battling the Lakers for the last seven years when I was in the Western Conference — I liked that.’ [...] ‘Chris is over that, he has to be, at this point,’ said Anthony, who had hoped that the Knicks could trade for his close friend. ‘At this point, that’s just a chapter in his book. I talked to him before his first game with the Clippers, when they beat the Warriors, and he’s super ex
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When it came to barring Chris Paul from joining the Lakers, David Stern had it all wrong, says Carmelo Anthony. Unlike the NBA commissioner, who prevented Paul from going to the Lakers in a trade three weeks ago, the Knicks’ superstar believes it would have benefited everyone had Paul wound up playing in the same backcourt with Kobe Bryant.
No Chris Paul, no problem.
NEW ORLEANS -- Jarrett Jack's first regular-season start since the Chris Paul trade was more than good enough for the New Orleans Hornets. Jack had 21 points and nine assists in his season debut, and New Orleans dominated in its home opener, beating the winless Boston Celtics 97-78 on Wednesday night. The Celtics are 0-3 for the first time since 2006-07, the season before they...
As the Knicks went for their first 2-0 start since 1999, it was clear that the team struggled despite commanding a lead against the Warriors through the first quarter last night.Even with a lead, Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony each had difficulty getting into an offensive flow, as Landry Fields led the Knicks with 13 points in the first half. The Warriors slowly begin...
Derrick Rose scored 29 points and dished out 16 assists as the Chicago Bulls pulled away for a 114-101 victory over Chris Paul, Blake Griffin and the Los Angeles Clippers on Friday night.
Faithful television-watching basketball fans have long known that TNT play-by-play announcer Kevin Harlan is kind of a crazy person. To be fair, he is arguably our favorite kind of crazy person — the kind who legitimately seems very happy to be calling games, who describes the action on the floor well and accurately without being dry, and who knows how to meet big moments with...
The Clippers shot 51.3% from the floor last night but it didn’t matter in the end. The Bulls shot 50% from the floor and they outrebounded the Clippers 45-31 last night which helps explain the loss. Blake Griffin had a monster night for the Clippers with 34 points, 13 rebounds, 3 assists and 1 steal. Caron Butler (16 points, 1 rebound, 4 assists and 1 steal) and Chris Paul...
That other NBA team in Los Angeles is generating more and more buzz.
The up-and-coming Clippers got a chance to strut their stuff Friday night in the team's home opener at Staples Center.
They came up short though, losing to the Chicago Bulls, 114-101. The loss drops the Clippers to 1-2 on the season.
Blake Griffin led the Clips with 34 points and 13 rebounds. Newly-acquired...
The season is only three games old, but between Toney Douglas and Mike Bibby, the Knicks don’t have a reliable, front-line guard who can make smart decisions with the ball and figure out whether it needs to go to Carmelo Anthony or Amar’e Stoudemire.