Final L 92 - 100
The Knicks are 3-1 over their last four, and the New York blizzard gave them a chance to skip a scheduled game against the Sacramento Kings. Carmelo Anthony, the main catalyst behind the three wins in terms of scoring, is questionable for tonight's game. In the Knicks' one recent loss without Melo, New York only managed to score 71 points. Melo isn't the only player facing injury issues for New York, though. Amare Stoudemire, who combined for 23 poins and 13 boards in two of the wins, is doubtful for tonight's game with nagging ankle and wrist injuries. Jose Calderon, who played in all...
Welcome to Loud City 10 hours ago
Durant was sidelined... but that was the least of the Thunder's troubles. The New York Knicks defeated the Oklahoma City Thunder, 100-92. It was a horrific match from the tipoff to the last buzzer as the Durant-less Thunder could not get anything going on either side of the ball. The team shot 40%...
Daily Thunder 13 hours ago
vs. Thunder (23-22, 10-15 road) vs. Knicks (8-37, 5-17 home) TV: FS Oklahoma Stream: Click here Radio: WWLS The Sports Animal (98.1 FM, 640 AM, 1300 AM The Buzz Tulsa) Time: 7:00 CT Offensive Rating: Thunder – 104.6 (18th), Knicks
New York Post 10 hours ago
Things have gotten so weird for the Knicks recently that Carmelo Anthony has now compared newcomer Langston Galloway to “Linsanity” — Jeremy Lin. After their record 16-game losing streak, the...
The countdown to Kevin Durant’s free agency has already begun in places like New York, Los Angeles, Dallas, Washington and especially OKC.
Rotoworld 9 hours ago
Perry Jones made another start for Kevin Durant (toe) on Wednesday and missed all five of his shots and failed to score in an ugly loss at New York.
Reggie Jackson hit 6-of-11 shots and a 3-pointer for 13 points, seven rebounds, four assists and four steals in Wednesday's loss to the Knicks.
The Spurs on Wednesday announced their signing of small forward Reggie Williams to a 10-day contract. Williams, 6-foot-6 and a veteran of 180 NBA games with the Warriors, Hornets and Thunder, had been playing with the Thunder’s D-League affiliate, the Oklahoma City Blue. IN 13 games with the Blue he averaged 16.8 points, 5.3 rebounds […]