Watching the Knicks this season has been tantamount to corporal punishment. But all the pain and torture was supposed to yield at least a good chance of a happy ending.
Pero Antic says the stabbing of Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland, Copeland’s girlfriend and another woman “happened way before” the arrests outside 1 OAK in Chelsea.
Thabo Sefolosha’s attorney said the forward was injured during the arrest, which followed the stabbing of Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland in Chelsea.
The suspect, Shevoy Bleary-Murdock, 22, is charged with assault and criminal possession of a knife.
Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland is apologizing for making a “bad choice” and promised to work toward a full recovery after being stabbed outside a New York nightclub early Wednesday.
Unfortunately, these are your 2014-15 Nets, folks. And if there’s one player who embodies the Brooklyn fans’ frustrations, it’s Jarrett Jack.
Al Horford made the go-ahead basket on a dunk with 19 seconds remaining, and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Brooklyn Nets 114-111 on Wednesday night to complete a season sweep.
The alleged assailant was arrested. Two Atlanta basketball players — Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Antic — were also taken into custody for allegedly obstructing the crime scene at 1 OAK.
DeMarre Carroll scored 16 of his 18 points in the first half, Paul Millsap had 17 points and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Brooklyn Nets 98-75 Friday night for their fifth straight victory.
Paul Millsap scored 19 points, Dennis Schroder extended his best stretch in the NBA with two big baskets in the final 2 minutes, and the Atlanta Hawks sent the New York Knicks to their fifth straight loss.
Kyle Korver scored 27 points and the Atlanta Hawks overcame a strong start by Carmelo Anthony and New York to beat the Knicks 103-96 on Saturday night.
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Ferry issued a statement, saying he plans to undergo sensitivity training and meet with local leaders. He gave no indication that he plans to step down.
Atlanta Hawks co-owner Bruce Levenson said Sunday he is selling his controlling interest in the team, in part due to an inflammatory email he said he wrote in an attempt “to bridge Atlanta’s racial sports divide.”
Even with a 1-14 stretch in February and March, the Atlanta Hawks made the Eastern Conference field with two games remaining.