DeAndre Jordan raised the NBA’s best shooting percentage above 71 percent by making all seven shots and scoring 14 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers pounded the New York Knicks 111-80 on Wednesday night.
Anthony doesn’t have many years left in his prime. It’s the summer of 2015 or bust. Unfortunately for the Knicks, their options next offseason are somewhat limited.
In this week’s That Thing You Missed: A brawl breaks out at Macho Comacho’s funeral, Braylon Edwards cooks his goose with a Tweet And DeAndre Jordan enjoys using a fart machine on people in his […]
Unfortunately for the Knicks, good size is hard to find — and doesn’t come cheap.
Deron Williams will miss his second straight game Friday night while tending to the birth of his child when New Jersey hosts the Clippers.
With the trading deadline a little more than one week away, the Carmelo Anthony-to-Knicks story has reached a fevered pitch. With more specifics coming to light this week, let’s go over some of the details people might not realize when analyzing the potential trade.
The Knicks will look for their first three-game winning streak of the season Saturday night when they try to hand the league-worst Clippers a ninth straight loss.