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Had the Lakers lost during Mike D’Antoni’s debut as the team’s Commander-In-Chief there may have been some slow singing and flower bringing out in Los Angeles.
After the team passed on arguably the best suited coach for the job in Phil “The Zen Master” Jackson, the Lakers just had to win against the Brooklyn Nets on Tuesday.
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Earlier today, Knicks' Coach Mike Woodson wouldn't discuss how he plans on re-acclimating Amar'e Stoudemire back into the lineup when he returns from injury next month. Will he be a starter? With New York off to such a strong start, the team needs to be careful not to rock the boat. Whose minutes would Stoudemire potentially take away?Of course, with his return nearly...
The New York Knicks Gamble on Carmelo Anthony Is Paying Huge Dividends Remember way back yonder when the New York Knicks were vilified for trading for a selfish ball hog in Carmelo Anthony? How could those knuckleheads down there think they could win with a no-d-playing, selfish, cancerous gunner? Well those days are long [...]
Ever since Mike D'Antoni got a new knee and a new job in rapid succession earlier this month, his life has been a jumble of unfamiliar faces, grueling rehabilitation sessions and anonymous hotel rooms.
For a few hours Tuesday night, the veteran coach finally got back into his natural environment. And even if he's not quite ready to roam an NBA sideline with his usual vigor...
For those of you looking for the alley-oop from Tuesday night, you need to check out this clip of Lakers forward Pau Gasol finding Dwight Howard on an alley-oop pass.Watch as Kobe Bryant starts the play out as he finds Gasol on the free throw line and Pau finds Dwight for the hammer dunk:
Boston Celtics Coach Doc Rivers gave his take on the Lakers' coaching change to Chris Russo (SirusXM's Mad Dog Radio) on Tuesday, criticizing the organization for their handling of Phil Jackson.
"I didn't like the way it was done," said Rivers. "I don't think you embarrass anybody."
After relieving Mike Brown of his coaching duties, the Lakers...
I’ll go out on a limb and say the kid with the backwards hat and sunglasses has a basketball IQ of 5. Those matching Dwight Howard t-shirts are kinda cute, though.
Speaking of Mr. Howard, check out the reaction to his latest debacle at the free throw line. Air balls have never been so funny.
Paint your face, clown.
Rasheed Wallace might only play 14 minutes a game for the Knicks this year, but he makes those minutes count. Sheed fouled rookie Austin Rivers of the New Orleans Hornets during the Knicks win last night and gave the rookie a little hazing of his own. After Rivers missed his first free throw Rasheed yelled "BALL DON"T LIE, BALL DON'T LIE" at Rivers at the top...
But if you look at the lines below, a lot of other people have performances to be thankful for too. It’s like these guys knew that they had a day off today or something…
Comeback Line of the Night: Kevin Love (1.31) came back with only the 24th best performance of the night. Out of 289 players. You see why we said he was still worth a first round pick? Oh, you need to know his...
The ball doesn't lie. That is all I have for this video. I have mentally checked into vacation.
Jason Kidd played a key role in the Mavericks winning the franchise's only NBA title two seasons ago, but he's not likely to get a warm reception upon his return to Dallas - particularly from owner Mark Cuban.
Kidd will try to help the New York Knicks continue their best start in 40 years Wednesday night when he visits his former team for the first time since leaving via...
No secret that I adore Kobe Bryant’s cockiness. During Tuesday game against the Nets, while Kobe was at the free throw line, he could be seen having a conversation with Gerald Wallace. The details of the convo are classic Mamba: Wallace wanted to make a bet wit Kobe that he couldn’t make the free throws [...]