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The New York Knicks—more like the Jekyll and Hyde Knicks—lost to the Miami Heat by 11 points on Sunday, 102-91. That puts them 1.5 games back of the Atlanta Hawks for the eight and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. The Knicks still have a chance to make the playoffs, but with the way they have played this season, no one can know. It’s appropriate that the Knicks are referred to as the “Jekyll and Hyde” Knicks because of their up and down, side to side, ugly/beautiful playing style. They have beaten the elite teams in the NBA, but have also been flat-out embarrassed by some of the worst teams in the NBA. As for today’s game against the Heat, the Knicks got off to a fast start, in part because of LeBron James‘ uncharacteristically bad start to the game—four turnovers in the first couple of minutes. However, as the game went on, the Heat started to play like the Heat and unfortunately, the Knicks started to play like the Knicks. What I mean when I say that the Heat started ...
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New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony recently spoke to reporters about his right shoulder injury, and the statement he provided, via ESPN, was very fitting: “It’s bad timing, knowing our situation.” Bad timing indeed, as the Knicks are in a serious battle for the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. New York sits two games behind Atlanta, who also holds...
Twitter exploded Friday night when LeBron wore a peculiar hat during a postgame interview.
The Miami Heat lost 122-121 to the Minnesota Timberwolves in double overtime, and King James was clearly upset over the game’s final score. Defeat wasn’t the only thing that looked strange on James, though, as he wore a hat similar to one recently made famous by music icon Pharrell and...
During last night’s double overtime affair against the Minnesota Timberwolves, Miami Heat star LeBron James missed a key free throw in the second overtime that kept T’Wolves in the game to eventually win it.
Earlier today, LeBron decided to poke a little fun at himself by posting the below Instagram video which shows his son Bryce draining a free throw during a youth game.
In Melo’s defense, it’s hot in Miami and I’m sure he was just trying to stay cool.
Other than that, I can’t really explain what Carmelo thought when he threw this suit on.
.@carmeloanthony has entered the building in Miami! #Knicks pic.twitter.com/IzLYmQcVpN
— NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) April 6, 2014
Carmelo Anthony says he suffered a "deep bruise" or "light sprain" in his right shoulder but still plans to play in the New York Knicks' key game on Sunday against the Miami Heat.
Anthony first hurt his shoulder on Wednesday.
"It feels tight," he said. "It's hard to lift up; it's hard to do things."
Anthony reiterated that the injury...
J.R. Smith may tell you that he attempted 22 3-pointers in Sunday’s loss to the Heat because his team needed him to, but Amar’e Stoudemire sees it differently and is not happy about it.
While Smith set an NBA record with 22 3-point attempts, including 10 in the final period, Stoudemire felt Smith and the Knicks blew opportunities to take advantage of his skills inside according...
Twitter had a field day reacting to LeBron James wearing Pharrell's hat. Most fans were not happy.
(Credit: The Big Lead)
The NBA’s MVP race is and has been a two man race for most of the season. LeBron James and Kevin Durant have been equally dominant throughout the season, but only one of them can win the MVP award.
LeBron is the reigning champion and has won four of the past five awards, but Durant is having the best season of his career. Both have a valid case for why they...
Gary Payton said on TV Tuesday morning that Shabazz Napier has to be a “top-five” pick. LeBron James tweeted that there is “no way” an NBA team could take another point guard before Napier in June’s draft.
Thank goodness neither of these guys in in charge of a front office.
After CBS studio analysts fell over themselves gushing about Napier, the star of UConn’s run to...
It really was only a matter of time before this happened.
LeBron James wore a hat very similar to the now infamous Pharrell “Happy Hat.” This is still better than the stuff that Russell Westbrook wears though.
LeBron James had the crowd's endorsement Sunday afternoon for a fifth MVP award, and his 38-point effort in the win against the Knicks -- after a bit of a shaky start -- was perhaps the feather in his cap as he looks to be named the NBA's best yet again.
Most of the time highlights are dunks or buzzer-beaters, but sometimes a pass is so spectacular that it outshines the resulting basket.
Kevin Love is the man of the long outlet pass, and tonight against the Miami Heat, he did it again with a full court pass over LeBron James’s head for a Corey Brewer dunk:
Kevin Love full court outlet pass vs Heat [gifdsports]
Love image courtesy...
MIAMI (AP) LeBron James scored 38 points, Mario Chalmers added 15 and the Miami Heat survived a 3-point barrage from New York's J.R. Smith on the way to dealing the Knicks' playoff hopes a big blow with a 102-91 victory on Sunday.
Jay-Z caused a little stir at Barclays Center last week when he wore a shiny medallion the size of a CD symbolizing the Five Percent Nation. The rap star and founder of the Roc Nation sports agency was sitting court-side at a Nets game on Tuesday with wife Beyonce when he was snapped wearing the controversial symbol of the group which embraces radical positions regarding religion...
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LeBron James and the Eastern Conference-leading Miami Heat have defeated all but one of 29 opposing teams at least once this season, with the lone exception being the Brooklyn Nets.
Miami could be without Dwyane Wade again as it tries to finally solve the Nets, who visit South Beach seeking their first season sweep in 11 years Tuesday night.
The Heat (53-23)...