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J.R. Smith shows he fits in triangle by finding open man

J.R. Smith shows he fits in triangle by finding open man

It still may turn out to be the ultimate case of trying to squeeze a square peg into a triangular hole, but how about reputed ball stopper J.R.

King thinks Melo's a good fit for triangle

It's safe to say Bernard King knows a thing or two about scoring in the NBA. The 14-year NBA veteran scored nearly 20,000 points in his career, almost 5,500 of which coming with the New York Knicks. So while some question Carmelo Anthony's ability to succeed in the triangle offense, the former elite Knicks scorer thinks Anthony is a perfect fit. If he gets some help. "Carmelo has not had a second superstar to play with. And you're not going to win a championship, by and large, unless at minimum, a second superstar," King said.

Kyrie Irving says communication must improve; Bulls' Jimmy Butler will be gametime decision tonight

CHICAGO: One night after the Cavaliers’ high-powered offense looked disjointed in an opening-night loss to the Knicks, they’ll face a stiffer challenge Friday when the Chicago Bulls celebrate their home opener. Now they’ll wait to see if the Bulls will be at full strength after defensive specialist Jimmy Butler (thumb) participated in shootaround Friday morning. “Little better,” Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau told the Chicago Tribune. “We’ll see tonight.” These are the two early season favorites to meet in the conference finals, but Thursday’s loss to the Knicks indicated...
Marc Berman / New York Post 18 hours ago
Knicks rewind: Why we could see a more clutch Carmelo

Knicks rewind: Why we could see a more clutch Carmelo

CLEVELAND – It was supposed to be LeBron James’ night, but it turned into Carmelo Anthony’s instead, outdoing his buddy and rival dating back to their high-school days. Remember when the...
Plain Dealer 23 hours ago

Cleveland Cavaliers humbled by loss to New York Knicks, eager to turn the page

The Cleveland Cavaliers were brought back to earth after losing to the New York Knicks on Thursday.
Plain Dealer Oct 31, 2014

New York Knicks stun Cleveland Cavaliers, 95-90, in LeBron James' return home

The New York Knicks upset the Cleveland Cavaliers in LeBron James' return game.
Chronicle-Telegram Oct 31, 2014

King of all clunkers: LeBron James struggles from the outset as Cavs fall to Knicks in much-anticipated season opener

CLEVELAND — If it was, as LeBron James suggested beforehand, one of the biggest sporting events “ever,” then it definitely ranked with the biggest clunkers of all time. The not-very-good New York Knicks came into Quicken Loans Arena on Thursday night and ruined James’ much-anticipated homecoming and the debut of Cleveland’s “Big Three,” downing the Read More...The post King of all clunkers: LeBron James struggles from the outset as Cavs fall to Knicks in much-anticipated season opener appeared first on Chronicle-Telegram.Click here to read this story on The...

Knicks D-up Cavs' homecoming king

CLEVELAND -- Thursday night started off as a celebration of LeBron James. The King was back in Cleveland. Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks were a mere afterthought. But by the time the night was over, the only people who were in the mood to party were the 15 guys in the visiting locker room after the Knicks' surprising 95-90 win Thursday night. “We came in and spoiled the excitement,” said Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire said.
Plain Dealer Oct 31, 2014

DMan's Cleveland Cavaliers Scoring Report: Game 1, vs. New York Knicks, Thursday

The Cavaliers' offense was not high-powered against the Knicks.
Isola: Lame James! Knicks rebound to make LeBron's second coming a total failure

Isola: Lame James! Knicks rebound to make LeBron's second coming a total failure

LeBron James could not have played any worse, from the opening tap to the final buzzer. And this was his homecoming, no less, a day James matter-of-factly called “probably one of the biggest sporting events that is up there ever.” If you say so, LeBron.
News-Herald Oct 31, 2014

Cleveland Cavaliers fall 95-90 to Knicks in home opener

Hype might sell a lot of tickets and merchandise. But it doesn't help teams win games. The Cavaliers failed miserably in the season opener, losing, 95-90, to the New York Knicks Oct. 30 before 20,562 at Quicken Loans Arena. The Cavaliers kept waiting for their leader to emerge from his funk. However, 10-time All-Star LeBron James got off to a brutal start and never recovered.
News-Herald Oct 30, 2014
Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Cavaliers look like team of new players on opening night loss to Knicks

Jim Ingraham: Cleveland Cavaliers look like team of new players on opening night loss to Knicks

Ok, so maybe this is going to take a little while. The Cavs on Oct. 30 unveiled Humongotron. But enough about Lou Amundson. Amundson was inactive on opening night - and so were most of the Cavaliers for most of the game. Even the active ones. The party pooping New York Knicks, playing on the second night of a back-to-back games, ruined the Cavs' opening night, welcome home LeBron James lovefest by doing the unthinkable.
Columbus Dispatch Oct 30, 2014

Knicks 95, Cavaliers 90: LeBron struggles in season opener

LeBron James struggled from the start in his first game with Cleveland in four years, and the New York Knicks ruined the megastar’s emotional homecoming with a 95-90 victory over the Cavaliers tonight.
Newsday Oct 30, 2014

Carmelo Anthony leads Knicks to 95-90 win over Cavaliers

Outside of Quicken Loans Arena, the crowd and atmosphere made it feel as if an NBA Finals game was about to be played. Inside, the noise level and raucousness were greater than your average game, but this one started with LeBron James saying, "There's no place like home."

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