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The Brooklyn Nets announced today they would assign guard Tyshawn Taylor and forward Toko Shengelia to their D-League affiliate Springfield Armor. Both will be in action Friday night as the Springfield Armor takes on the Erie BayHawks.
Taylor was drafted in the 2nd round by the Portland Trailblazers and had his rights sent to Brooklyn. The Hoboken native...
Rasheed Wallace's sore foot is actually a stress fracture and he will miss an extended period of time.
The Nets, who have struggled to get themselves going in the third quarter all season, saw the Knicks break the game open with a 18-6 run over the final 6:54 of the third quarter last night to hand the Nets a 100-86 loss, giving the Nets three straight losses and eight in their last 10 games.
“We’re just trying to stay alive right now,” Gerald Wallace said. “Right now, we...
Jason Kidd and Deron Williams both know what it’s like to play for Avery Johnson, and they both understand how it feels to not be fully comfortable playing for him. Earlier this week, Williams said he has not been the same player since joining the Brooklyn Nets and that he was far more comfortable in Jerry Sloan’s system with the Utah Jazz. Kidd, who had some disagreements with...
Who had the New York Knicks on top of the Eastern Conference at 19-6 after 25 games? No one?
It is a pretty big shock.
This is a team that has failed to meet the potential of their talent for years, and now, all of a sudden, they look like they could compete for an NBA title. Have they finally discovered what it is going to take to win?
Carmelo Anthony is the league’s second...
The New York Knicks are one of the top teams this NBA season and a good portion of their success has to do with the slew of offensive options. They have several guys that can shoot long distance, mid-range jumpers, drive-and-kick out, slashers, and of course, a decent pick-and-roll point guard. Take this phantom video [...]The post Phantom: Tyson Chandler’s Reverse Alley-Oop (Video...
The Knicks have reassigned Chris Copeland and James White to the Erie BayHawks.
In the battle of the boroughs part three last night, the Knicks unleashed a play that the Nets couldn’t stop the whole night. It was a simple double pick and roll that took advantage of the Nets’ switching and the threat of Carmelo Anthony.
Raymond Felton gets the ball on the wing and begins to dribble towards the middle where two screens are being set for him.
The Nets switch...
Wow, what a story. Everyone knows about Kris Humphries and his little "marriage" as some people call it to Kim Kardashian. Everyone also most likely knows that Kanye West is hitting that now. What you don't know is that DJs in New York City night clubs hate Kris Humphries as much as everyone else. Check out this story via the NY Daily News about DJs playing...
Frank and Tom break down the past week of action.
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Carmelo Anthony scored 31 points in his return to the lineup, and the New York Knicks beat the Brooklyn Nets 100-86 on Wednesday night in the third meeting this season between the city rivals.
After two tight games in Brooklyn, the Knicks turned the first one at Madison Square Garden into a rout by dominating the second half. Anthony, who missed two games with a sprained left ankle...