Golden State Warriors
Ken Berger of CBSSports.com reports that The New York Knicks are close to signing free agent center Tyson Chandler. The potential signing may impact Chris Paul talks and the shape of the Knicks’ roster.
Now looking to fill needs elsewhere, the Knicks are reportedly “on the verge” of signing veteran Grant Hill for their shooting guard slot.
Brook Lopez had 26 points and 10 rebounds, and made two made free throws with 3.3 seconds left as the New Jersey Nets beat the Golden State Warriors 94-90 on Wednesday night for their first three-game winning streak in two years.
The Warriors seek their seventh win in a row over the Nets and third straight in New Jersey on Wednesday night.
The Knicks have waived guard Kelenna Azubuike, who never played for the team while recovering from major knee surgery. The move opens a roster spot for a team that is looking to add size.
The Nets have acquired forward Brandan Wright and center Dan Gadzuric from the Golden State Warriors in exchange for forward Troy Murphy and the Nets’ second round draft pick in 2012.
Better than ‘Melo? After whiffing on Carmelo Anthony for the third time, the Nets made a big splash by landing Utah Jazz star Deron Williams in a three-team deal.
Monta Ellis had 26 points and nine assists, and the Warriors committed a season-low six turnovers to beat the New Jersey Nets for the sixth straight time, 109-100 on Monday.
The Warriors look to improve to 6-0 on their own court for the first time in 20 years Friday night when they meet the New York Knicks, who haven’t won in Oakland since 2001.
Lee initially had surgery last Friday after he cut the inside of his elbow in a nasty collision with the mouth of New York’s Wilson Chandler, who left a fragment of a tooth in Lee’s arm.
Lee cut the inside of his left elbow in a nasty collision Wednesday with the mouth of New York’s Wilson Chandler, who left a fragment of a tooth in Lee’s arm.
David Lee had an unusual experience Wednesday at Madison Square Garden, and it had nothing to do with the uniform he was wearing or the locker room where he put it on.
David Lee scored a season-high 28 points in his return to New York, Dorell Wright made two huge baskets in the final two minutes, and the Golden State Warriors beat the Knicks 122-117 on Wednesday night.
After picking up their first road win of the season, David Lee and the Golden State Warriors face another tough challenge. And they might have to do so without their leading scorer.
NBA leading scorer Monta Ellis has rejoined the Golden State Warriors in New York after spending Monday night in Toronto to have his injured back examined.