The Cavs envision Waiters as a perimeter scorer and backcourt running mate for point guard Kyrie Irving, last year’s No. 1 overall pick.
Not only is LeBron James the best player on Earth, he has a Secretariat-like lead on the second-best player.
Andre Drummond is a 7-foot mystery. Look at him once quickly and he’ll physically resemble Dwight Howard. Watch him play in a full court game for 30 minutes and you’ll wonder why he doesn’t allow himself to be more consistent.
It has been a whirlwind 2 years for West Orange-native and NBA star Kyrie Irving, but now he is giving back to his community and trying to help St. Patrick High School in Elizabeth stay open.
Talk about a big winner. In addition to landing the top overall selection that will wind up being Kentucky big man Anthony Davis, the Hornets also have the tenth overall pick.
Kyrie Irving of the Cleveland Cavaliers was named the 2012 Rookie of the Year, beating out another point guard Ricky Rubio of the Minnesota Timberwolves. The ascent has been rapid for the 19-year-old former New Jersey high school player from St. Patrick’s who last year, due to an injury, played just 11 games as a freshman at Duke.
Amare Stoudemire’s return from a back injury didn’t help the playoff-bound New York Knicks, who were stunned 98-90 by the Cleveland Cavaliers on Friday night.
The All-Star will make his much-anticipated return to the lineup Friday night in Cleveland, as expected, interim head coach Mike Woodson confirmed.
Gerald Green scored a season-high 32 points, including a clutch 3-pointer with 36.7 seconds left in regulation
New York Knicks shook off more bad injury news before beating the Cleveland Cavaliers 91-75.
Tristan Thompson scored a career-high 27 points, grabbed 12 rebounds and gave Cleveland the lead with a tip-in with 1:11 to play Monday night, leading the Cavaliers to a 105-100 victory over the New Jersey Nets.
We all have mindless pleasures. One of mine is watching “The Walking Dead.” And if you look closely enough, you’ll find the undead ghouls limping down the road are really wearing Knicks jerseys.
Jeremy Lin isn’t the only Knicks player to battle his way back to the NBA after being forced to pave his way through the D-League.
The Nets, who defeated Philadelphia in overtime on Wednesday, also completed their first winning road trip with a 2-1 record.
Anderson Varejao had 16 rebounds, a powerful dunk down the stretch and outhustled New York’s big men as the Cavaliers ended a four-game losing streak with a 91-81 win over the struggling New York Knicks.