Dallas Mavericks forward Eric Griffin 'Statue of Liberty' dunk on New York Knicks guard Shane Larkin during an NBA summer league game. And since the NBA loves this kind of crap, the title of the video? "Eric Griffin POSTERIZES Larkin!"Follow us on Twitter for exclusive stories, Subscribe by Email, or Return Home
Barry Larkin retired from his excellent baseball career in 2004, but he’s still in the professional sports consciousness, as his son Shane is a point guard for the New York Knicks. Shane Larkin was drafted in the first round by the Dallas Mavericks last summer after an excellent season at the University of Miami in 2012-13, but had a quiet rookie year in Dallas, and was traded...
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Back in 2000, Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin had a chance to come to New York to play with the Mets. The deal never happened as Larkin wanted a three year extension to come to New York and the Mets were hesitant to give the aging superstar a multi-year extension. Now, Barry’s son Shane has a chance to play...
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The New York Knicks just acquired Shane Larkin and Samuel Dalembert in a deal that also included Raymond Felton and Tyson Chandler heading to the Mavericks. Shane Larkin was easily the most valuable piece in this deal.
Dalembert also could draw interest from some teams as a rim protector, and while he’s not a veteran minimum guy, he also isn’t...
The Dallas Mavericks are sending first-round pick Shane Larkin to the NBA Development League for what is likely to be a one-game stint.
The rookie point guard's playing time has dropped significantly since veteran Devin Harris made his debut seven games ago after offseason toe surgery.
Larkin hasn't played in two of the past four games and got just 11 minutes combined in the other...
Via AP on Fox
February 01, 2014
Rookie Shane Larkin, son of baseball Hall of Famer Barry Larkin, scored a career-high 18 points, including two free throws with 11.1 seconds to play, and the Dallas Mavericks held on to beat the Phoenix Suns 110-107 on Friday night.
The Suns had a last chance to tie it when Vince Carter turned it over trying to inbound the ball after a basket by Phoenix with 6.7 seconds left. But...
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January 18, 2014