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Raymond Felton scored a season-high 27 points, and the New York Knicks connected on 18 3-pointers to more than offset the absence of Carmelo Anthony while topping the Miami Heat 112-92 on Thursday night.
Changes afoot around the NFL, but not in MiamiUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetIn New York, there's speculation general manager Mike Tannenbaum will be demoted. In San Diego, both coach Norv Turner and general manager A.J. Smith reportedly will be gone after this season. In Cleveland, the future of general manager Tom Heckert Jr. …
Beasts Of The East: Carmelo Anthony was key in Knicks' November win o…Updated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetCarmelo Anthony was key in Knicks' November win over the Heat, but is not in the lineup because of stitches on his hand. Miami looks to rebound from a loss to Washington. Follow here.Source: CNNSI.com
Anthony Sits One OutUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetAfter getting stitches for a cut finger, Carmelo Anthony was told by Coach Mike Woodson to sit out Thursday's game against the Miami Heat.Source: nytimes.comShare TweetCarmelo Anthony will not play in the New York Knicks' game against the Miami Heat on Thursday night, one day after getting five stitches in the middle finger of his left hand.
AccuScore: Dolphins lose againUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetThe Miami Dolphins are slumping and have lost four of their last five games. According to AccuScore, that slump will continue. AccuScore projects the 49ers (8-3-1) will win comfortably at home against Miami. This is a very long road trip for the Dolphin…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetThe Dolphins are not optimistic nickel cornerback Jimmy Wilson will be able to play Sunday against the San Francisco 49ers. Wilson has missed practice on Wednesday and was limted Thursday. His status for Friday is uncertain. It's possible Wilson won't eShare TweetRemember when there was intense debate in the AFC East blog about which quarterback was better: Chad Henne or Mark Sanchez? Miami Dolphins and New York Jets fans couldn't get enough of these young gunslingers. They were expected to develop and eventuall…Source: ESPN.com
Ian Thomsen: Appreciate Heat now, as upcoming tax threatens a potential dynastyUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetWhether you love or hate the Miami Heat, you ought to appreciate their runs at the championship over the next two seasons. Because owner Micky Arison may not be able to afford his team by 2014-15.Source: CNNSI.com
The matchup against Aldon Smith is worse than you thinkUpdated Dec 6, 2012 Share TweetFootball is a matchup game these days. It's about your center versus their nose tackle. It's your cover corner against their No. 1 wideout, your punter against their returner, your tight end versus their safeties, your running back must break a lineback…Share TweetThe Marlins exit the Winter Meetings in search of a third baseman. President of baseball operations Larry Beinfest makes it clear there is work to be done with the roster before Spring Training.Source: MLB.comShare TweetThe Bills will be plugging in two first-time starters on the offensive line this week. Dolphins rookie Jonthan Martin is excited about switching from RT to LT after the injury to Jake Long. Jets backup QB Tim Tebow reached out to a teen who was injured …Source: profootballtalk.com
Double Alley-Oop To LeBronDec 6Ray Allen tosses the ball downcourt to Dwyane Wade who alley-oops it to LeBron James for the two-handed slam.
Countdown Daily Prediction: Dolphins-49ersDec 6The NFL Live crew makes their picks for Miami at San Francisco
Better Team: Knicks Or Heat?Dec 6Stephen A. Smith says the Heat are a better team right now than the Knicks.
Highlight Of The NightDec 6Raymond Felton scored a season-high 27 points to provide a spark to the Carmelo-less Knicks.
NBA -- What scouts are sayingDec 6Marc Stein checks in with advance scouts to get their takes on the most pressing NBA topics.
Biggest NFL games of Week 14 -- John Clayton's First & 10Dec 6No. 1 seeds are on the line this weekend, but that distinction isn't as valuable as it once was, John Clayton writes.