The Eastern Conference seems far less interesting than the West, but still some intriguing match-ups in play.
The NBA has broken its attendance record by drawing nearly 22 million fans during the 2014-15 regular season.
In the next few months, all sorts of stories like the Monroe thing are going to show up in the papers. Ignore them.
Rookie Langston Galloway scored a career-high 26 points, hitting all six of his 3-point attempts, and the New York Knicks stunned the playoff-bound Atlanta Hawks 112-108 Monday night.
The only thing consistent about this team has been their inconsistency. Here’s one thing you can count on, though: On Wednesday, the Nets will be counted out.
Ersan Ilyasova scored 21 points and the Milwaukee Bucks clinched a playoff spot with a 96-73 victory over the Brooklyn Nets on Sunday.
Cole Aldrich had a career-high 19 points and the New York Knicks beat the Orlando Magic 80-79 on Saturday night in a game that had the lowest-scoring quarter in NBA history.
Pero Antic says the stabbing of Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland, Copeland’s girlfriend and another woman “happened way before” the arrests outside 1 OAK in Chelsea.
Thabo Sefolosha’s attorney said the forward was injured during the arrest, which followed the stabbing of Indiana Pacers forward Chris Copeland in Chelsea.
The Knicks have a franchise-worst 63 losses and counting. But James Dolan still thinks his franchise is on a Straight Shot to the top.
Unfortunately, these are your 2014-15 Nets, folks. And if there’s one player who embodies the Brooklyn fans’ frustrations, it’s Jarrett Jack.
The alleged assailant was arrested. Two Atlanta basketball players — Thabo Sefolosha and Pero Antic — were also taken into custody for allegedly obstructing the crime scene at 1 OAK.
Andrea Bargnani scored 25 points and Shane Larkin added 15 and 11 rebounds, and the New York Knicks snapped a nine-game losing streak with a 101-91 victory over the Philadelphia 76ers on Sunday night.
Al Horford and DeMarre Carroll scored 20 points each to help the Atlanta Hawks match a franchise record with their 57th win, beating the Brooklyn Nets 131-99 on Saturday night.
Jackson’s remark was met with laughter at a town hall meeting Thursday night, the Daily News reported. But not everyone was amused.