Found March 28, 2012 on
New York Knicks
First LeBron James said no to the New Jersey Nets, followed by Carmelo Anthony. Then Dwight Howard opted back in down in Orlando, and it appears Deron Williams can't get out of there fast enough either. So what's next for the re-branded Brooklyn Nets as they make their way to home of Biggie Smalls and owner Jay-Z next season? How about Kevin Garnett and Ersan Ilyasova.
This according to The NY Daily News:
Not that the Nets haven't been thinking about backup plans to striking gold in the draft lottery. According to multiple sources, the Nets - who will have roughly $8 million to work with this summer after renouncing the rights to Kris Humphries -- are targeting power forwards Kevin Garnett (restricted) and Ersan Ilyasova (unrestricted) in free agency.Ryan Anderson (restricted) is the other top power forward available - and would certainly be a welcomed upgrade -- but the Nets want a stronger rebounder to play alongside Brook Lopez. Garnett, 36, who is reportedly co...
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Provided he does not retire, a revitalized Kevin Garnett will be in demand once the season ends. Count New Jersey as one of the interested teams:
According to the New York Daily News, the Nets, who have about $8 million in cap space this summer assuming they announce Kris Humphries' rights, are targeting Kevin Garnett and Ersan Ilyasova. Talk about a consolation prize, huh...
After the Boston Celtics - Utah Jazz game, Kevin Garnett was asked about how the Jazz were able to come back from an 18 point deficit and tie the game. KG's reply? He made it clear that they were playing NBA teams. Not high school teams, not college teams, not chump teams, and it's not as easy as people expect to blow out the competition. If the embedded player isn'...
The Celtics got another all important win coming down the homestretch of the regular season. The Jazz gave the Celtics all they could handle in the 1st and 3rd quarters, but strong 2nd and 4th quarters allowed the C’s to win 94-82 over Utah. Kevin Garnett played an integral part in the big win as he posted yet another double-double (23 points, 10 rebounds). His 10 points in the...
BOSTON -- One of these days, Kevin Garnett may have to sit out a game. Garnett won't like it -- he has played in 47 out of a possible 50 games this season, after all, and has appeared in more than 90 percent of his team's games in 12 separate seasons -- but eventually Celtics coach Doc Rivers is going to have to break the bad news to his veteran non-center. If it becomes...
LeBron James suffered a finger injury on his left, non-shooting, hand during Miami's 105-90 loss at Indiana on Monday. ESPN Sources indicated the finger might be dislocated, though he did finish the final 41 minutes of the game, and went on to score 24 with 9 rebounds. It should not affect his play.
Normally, Miami Heat star Lebron James is doing the dunking on other NBA players but in this below clip from last night's Pacers/Heat affair, Lebron gets dunked on by Pacers center Roy Hibbert:
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