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New York Post 10 hours ago
Why Mavericks coach bristled when Larkin’s name came up
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L 102 - 109

Why Mavericks coach bristled when Larkin’s name came up

DALLAS — A testy Dallas coach Rick Carlisle is tired of hearing how he wouldn’t play Knicks point guard Shane Larkin last season in a rookie season that was disappointing...
Posting and Toasting 14 hours ago

Mavericks 109, Knicks 102 (OT): "Man until the last minute of OT this was real fun"

Can we get a point for reaching overtime like they do in hockey? I'm not gonna lie, this one hurt a little bit. An underhanded New York Knicks team missing it's only bona fide star in Carmelo Anthony went into Dallas and gave the Mavericks all they could handle en route to a 109-102 loss. It was a...
Knicks Blog | ESPN New York 14 hours ago

Tyson: Unsuccessful Knicks 'disappointing'

DALLAS -- Tyson Chandler says he doesn’t spend any time thinking about the New York Knicks. He’s fully focused on the Dallas Mavericks at this point. But when he does think about New York, Chandler is left with a sense of disappointment. “Anytime you put the type of talent that we put on the...
Newsday 15 hours ago

Tyson Chandler has big game against his old team in Mavericks' OT win over Knicks

Tyson Chandler stood near midcourt, dropped his head back and screamed after throwing down a dunk late in overtime that gave the Mavericks the lead against the Knicks. The night undoubtedly had extra meaning for Chandler. He enjoyed his best game of the season...
Mark Cuban still bitter of Derek Fisher leaving Mavericks

Mark Cuban still bitter of Derek Fisher leaving Mavericks

Just like Jim Dolan regularly gives and takes with the New York media before games, Mavericks owner Mark Cuban spiritedly answered several questions from reporters Wednesday night while working on an exercise machine in his team’s workout room.

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Newsday 16 hours ago

Carmelo Anthony stiff, sore and unsure of return to Knicks lineup

After spending the day in his hotel room resting and getting treatment on his back, Carmelo Anthony arrived at the arena just before tip-off and was seen still walking gingerly.

Mavs 109, Knicks 102; Chandler dominant

DALLAS -- Tyson Chandler was anything but a scapegoat on Wednesday night. Chandler had 17 points and a NBA season-high 25 rebounds to lift Dallas to an overtime win over the New York Knicks on Wednesday. Chandler talked earlier in the week about feeling like a scapegoat at times in New York last season. The ex-Knick played a big role in the Mavs’ win with a tie-breaking basket in overtime and 10 offensive rebounds. It was Chandler’s first game against the Knicks since New York traded him in June.

Jameer Nelson (back) out vs. Knicks

DALLAS -- Dallas Mavericks starting point guard Jameer Nelson will not play Wednesday night against the New York Knicks due to back spasms. "We don't think it's serious," coach Rick Carlisle said. "It's next man up." The next man will not be Raymond Felton. The former Knicks guard, who has yet to make his Dallas debut, aggravated the right ankle that kept him out from Oct. 10 until he recently served his four-game suspension. Felton was a healthy scratch for Monday's loss to the Indiana Pacers.

With no Melo, Knicks to rely on Amar'e

DALLAS -- The New York Knicks may have to fill a significant scoring void on Wednesday night with Carmelo Anthony, who leads the Knicks with 23.2 points per game, likely out with a bad back. Who will the Knicks rely on to carry the load? According to J.R. Smith, it will be up to Amar’e Stoudemire, who is the Knicks' second-leading scorer at 11.7 PPG. “Right now I think our mule will be STAT," Smith said. "His efficiency around the basket (has been strong).
No Carmelo means J.R. Smith likely to start at small forward

No Carmelo means J.R. Smith likely to start at small forward

The Knicks are expected to play for the first time this season without pained $124 million star Carmelo Anthony on Wednesday.
Newsday Nov 26, 2014

Carmelo Anthony not expected to play against Mavericks

Carmelo Anthony wasn't at the Knicks morning shootaround and isn't expected to play in Wednesday night's game against the Mavericks due to back spasms.

Mavs benefit from Knicks-Chandler woes

DALLAS -- The collision with Charlotte point guard Kemba Walker that caused Tyson Chandler so much physical pain and emotional agony could be considered a blessing in disguise for the big man. The X-rays that early November 2013 night showed a small nondisplaced fracture in Chandler's right fibula. It took a little longer to determine, but it turned out that the New York Knicks' playoff hopes were essentially shattered when Chandler went down. And the frustration of a failed season led to cracks in Chandler's relationship with the franchise.
New York Daily News Nov 26, 2014
J.R. Smith links 'Black Friday' to slavery on Instagram

J.R. Smith links 'Black Friday' to slavery on Instagram

Don't expect J.R. Smith to master something as complicated as a triangle offense when he can't even grasp basic American history.
Marc Berman / New York Post Nov 26, 2014
Chandler has had his Phil of being blamed for Knicks’ issues

Chandler has had his Phil of being blamed for Knicks’ issues

DALLAS — There is one player Phil Jackson motivated this season. Too bad he’s not a Knick. Mavericks center Tyson Chandler is back playing like the champion he became in...
Isola: Knicks have little to gain from Carmelo Anthony pain

Isola: Knicks have little to gain from Carmelo Anthony pain

Dare we say that Carmelo Anthony, awkward gait and pained expression, seemed to replicating the walking motion of his boss, Phil Jackson.
Newsday Nov 25, 2014

J.R. Smith concerned that back pain will sideline Carmelo Anthony

Carmelo Anthony's back was causing him such severe pain Monday night that not only was walking an issue, but he could barely talk.
New York Daily News Nov 25, 2014
Carmelo Anthony doubtful against Mavericks with back spasms

Carmelo Anthony doubtful against Mavericks with back spasms

Carmelo Anthony, as expected, is listed as doubtful for Wednesday night’s game in Dallas after back spasms forced him out of Monday night’s 91-86 loss to the Rockets.
Marc Berman / New York Post Nov 25, 2014
Amar’e can’t hold tongue, gets creative in slamming refs

Amar’e can’t hold tongue, gets creative in slamming refs

HOUSTON — Amar’e Stoudemire feels the Knicks were struck down by angels Monday night. Stoudemire chose an interesting metaphor to describe the way James Harden rallied the Rockets to victory....

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