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Beyond The Buzzer:
The Lakers aren’t the only Western Conference team looking for help at the point guard position.
According to two people with knowledge of the situation, the Memphis Grizzlies are working out veteran point guard Mike Bibby today in Phoenix. Bibby, the 34-year-old who lives in the Phoenix area, has been out of work since playing 39 games for the New York Knicks last season.
According to one of the people who requested anonymity because of the private nature of the situation, the Grizzlies are one of “four or five” teams that will be working him out as he attempts to sign on with a team for the second half of the season.The Lakers, however, are not one of them.
via USA Today
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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.
Here is the thing about free agent veteran point guards: they usually are not standing in the unemployment line for very long.
Do not be surprised if you see a couple familiar names land on some NBA rosters over the next couple of weeks, including Mike Bibby.
According to USA Today’s Sam Amick, the Memphis Grizzlies are planning a workout in Phoenix with Bibby to entertain...
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Some people believe the Knicks would be a good team this season, but not a serious contender...
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The Knicks were a disappointment...
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Knicks @ Nets: ESPN 7pm
Knicks enter the Barclays Center for the second time this young season. The Nets got the upper hand in the last match-up with an overtime win. NY and Brooklyn battled back and forth in an evenly matched game in November, but NY ran out of gas in the extra period and the Nets went home with a hard fought win.
This time around NY is firing on all cylinders...
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