Kevin Durant of Oklahoma City is No. 2 on the list, followed by the Los Angeles Lakers’ Kobe Bryant, Chicago’s Derrick Rose, Golden State’s Stephen Curry and New York’s Carmelo Anthony.
The NBA’s playoff seeds are set, and to the relief of many, the Brooklyn Nets won’t be facing Chicago in the first round.
Woodson won’t lobby to keep his job with New York. He believes he’s already proven he deserves it. And he’s hoping to get an answer soon from new president Phil Jackson.
The move was made with an eye on next season and reportedly includes a team option for 2014-15.
Let’s hold off on this New York City takeover thing, OK? Hey Deron Williams — how about the Nets winning a round in the playoffs first?
Amar’e Stoudemire has said he’d like to finish his career with the Knicks. But there’s a very real possibility he could bolt to join a team that he co-owns in Israel.
Here’s something that may not sit well with Knicks fans. “What is it like to play for Thibs?” Melo recently asked a former Bulls player, according to the Daily News.
The Knicks’ star forward, who has been playing with an ailing right shoulder, might sit out Sunday night’s game against the Bulls.
Even with a 1-14 stretch in February and March, the Atlanta Hawks made the Eastern Conference field with two games remaining.
Paul Millsap had 27 points and 10 rebounds, and the Atlanta Hawks moved to the verge of a playoff spot with a 93-88 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Friday night.
The NBA announced five international preseason games Thursday. The Nets and Sacramento Kings will meet twice in China — Oct. 12 in Shanghai and Oct. 15 in Beijing.
A season sweep of the defending champs? Yeah, Brooklyn is for real. But LeBron James doesn’t sound too worried about the red-hot Nets.
After a brutal start to the season, the Knicks battled all the way back to grab a slim lead over the Hawks for the eighth and final playoff spot. And just like that, it’s gone.
For now, Blatche is a really wild wild-card on the Nets. Many I know would prefer that coach Jason Kidd go with Mason Plumlee in relief. But I don’t agree.
LeBron James scored 38 points and the Miami Heat survived a 3-point barrage from J.R. Smith on the way to dealing the Knicks’ playoff hopes a big blow with a 102-91 victory on Sunday.