Antawn Jamison scored 23 points and the Cleveland Cavaliers made 16 3-pointers in a 98-82 win over the New Jersey Nets on Sunday.
After waiting as long as anyone to start season, the Atlanta Hawks combined athleticism, depth and a stingy defense to spoil the Nets’ final home opener in New Jersey and to show everyone they will contend in this lockout-shortened season.
It was a bit of a homecoming Monday for MarShon Brooks, as the former Providence College guard was introduced to the media as the top draft-day acquisition of the Nets.
While documenting his devotion to getting into better shape on Friday, Craig just happened to mention that his current workout routine mirrors that of an NFL player and how his forearms are “popping” because of it…
The New Jersey Nets acquired Providence guard Marshon Brooks in a trade with Boston, after the Celtics selected the nation’s No. 2 scorer with the No. 25 pick of the first round of the NBA draft Thursday.
Which backcourt players might be available for the Knicks to draft at No. 17? John Schmeelk has scoured the scouting reports and consolidated all the information in one neat package for you die-hard Knicks fans.
When Steve Lavin’s St. John’s team takes the court against Rutgers at MSG this afternoon it’s going to be electric.
The first team is comprised of the league’s top six scorers and was chosen by the conference’s head coaches, who were not allowed to vote for their own players.
On the game’s crucial possession, Brooks lifted a finger-roll over a Rutgers defender to break a 73-73 tie with 30 seconds remaining. Rutgers guard Mike Coburn missed a foul shot at the other end to seal the victory.
Jamal Coombs-McDaniel, who isn’t a scorer, had a career-high 25 points and Kemba Walker, the Big East’s No. 2 scorer, had 22 as No. 10 Connecticut beat Providence 75-57 on Sunday night.