Now that the dust has settled, the Lakers’ decision to hire Mike D’Antoni over proven winner Phil Jackson isn’t any less shocking.
D’Antoni’s reputation as an innovative coach wasn’t helped by his tenure in New York. Now he has a chance to rebound in Los Angeles.
The Lakers handed Mike Brown the pink slip after 5 games and will undoubtedly turn to Phil Jackson as their first choice replacement.
The Knicks’ offseason has been nearly as crazy as their season. But with the final pieces in place, it’s finally time to take a look at their roster and figure out exactly how good they are.
Raymond Felton is returning to New York, calling into question whether the Knicks plan to re-sign fellow point guard Jeremy Lin.
Newest recruit Steve Nash makes the universally hated Lakers instantly more-likeable.
After an article in the Daily News yesterday, a lot of Jeremy Lin talk has dominated the Knicks’ scene. Lin, nothing short of a phenomenon last year, is starting to see the dark side of being the man in the spotlight in New York.
Jason Kidd doesn’t have enough left to be a true difference maker on the court at age 39, but his off the court skills is what can really help the Knicks become a better team.
There’s a lot of mileage on the 39-year-old knees of Jason Kidd, but even in the twilight of his career he still has plenty to offer to the New York Knicks.
So you’re saying there’s a chance? The Magic are still entertaining trade talks for embattled star Dwight Howard, but are in “no rush” to ship out the big man, according to CBSSports.com.
Now that the Knicks have lost out on their top free agent, they will have to rely largely on internal improvement and progress to make that next step in becoming a championship-contending team.
There’s not much left for New York in its search for a starting-caliber point guard who can work with — or perhaps without — restricted free agent Jeremy Lin.
The Dash for Nash has a winner — and it’s not the Knicks.
Los Angeles had a little something extra to celebrate on the Fourth of July. As for the Knicks, their fireworks turned out to be just a bunch of duds.
The guys opened up today’s show talking about basketball, specifically the Nets, who have suddenly catapulted themselves to the forefront of the NY sports landscape.