Portland Trail Blazers
The symbolism of Monday night’s game will supersede anything that will be relevant to the ultimate composition of the 2012-13 regular-season standings.
Raymond Felton, turning doubters into believers, led an inspirational fourth-quarter comeback as the Knicks remained undefeated at 6-0.
It would’ve been an easy PR move — and a wise marketing decision — for the Knicks to bring back Jeremy Lin. But Raymond Felton has the offense running on all cylinders.
Free agent forward Gerald Wallace has signed a four-year, $40 million contract with the Brooklyn Nets.
The New York Knicks have signed free-agent swingman James White.
The Knicks signed journeyman forward James White on Wednesday.
The Nets may be headed to New York this season, but at least they will take a newly acquired New Jersey native with them.
The Bobcats sent a major buzz throughout the basketball universe last week by hiring St. John’s assistant Mike Dunlap as their head coach — and don’t be surprised if they make a splash of equal proportions on draft night.
Andre Drummond is a 7-foot mystery. Look at him once quickly and he’ll physically resemble Dwight Howard. Watch him play in a full court game for 30 minutes and you’ll wonder why he doesn’t allow himself to be more consistent.
Nets general manager Billy King announced the signing Monday, a day after the team did not renew a 10-day contract for forward Dennis Horner.
The Trail Blazers have alternated wins and losses for the past 10 games, which is not exactly getting them to the playoffs. Facing a Nets team without Deron Williams certainly helped on Wednesday night.
A person with knowledge of the negotiations says the New Jersey Nets have acquired Gerald Wallace from the Portland Trail Blazers for two injured players and a protected first-round draft pick.
Amare Stoudemire made all seven shots in the first half, Carmelo Anthony passed and shot well, and the Knicks shook off the surprising departure of their coach to rout the Portland Trail Blazers 121-79 on Wednesday night.
It’s time for Stoudemire him to back up his words with a noticeable effort.
LaMarcus Aldridge made the go-ahead dunk with 1:56 left and finished with 27 points, leading the Portland Trail Blazers to a 96-89 victory over the New Jersey Nets on Saturday night.