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Brooklyn Nets gaining ground on NY Knicks in battle for Big Apple basketball supremacyUpdated Jan 14 Share Tweet
Who’s really the better team, the Knicks or the Nets? This particular debate had evaporated for much of December, as the Nets swooned and the Knicks stomped on everyone. But now the Knicks are struggling with injuries, the Nets have their act together
Share TweetKnicks superstar Carmelo Anthony was so hungry from his annual 15-day fast that he would even eat a bowl of Honey Nut Cheerios.Share TweetThe strange, the weird and the obsessive are all found among NBA owners. Donald Sterling heckles his own players, Mikhail Prokhorov carefully cultivates one of most mysterious reputations in the league, and the Maloofs are their own caricature. New York…
Forward Lee hopes to end Warriors' All-Star droughtUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetWhen he worked as a broadcaster, Mark Jackson was adamant that David Lee didn't deserve to be an All-Star with the New York Knicks in 2010. No matter how eye-popping Lee's statistics looked, Jackson said, the power forward played on a bad Knicks team.Source: nba.com
A Hungry Carmelo And Chris Copeland Will The Knicks Over New Orleans; The Lakers Get Dwight And A WinUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetOn Sunday, the Knicks were looking to Chris Copeland (22 points) to guide them early harder than someone lost looks for the North Star. The “other” guy in the Knicks’ recent starting five hit his first three threes in rapid fire to keep his team aflSource: dimemag.com
Fasting Carmelo Anthony and NY Knicks make Anthony Davis look anemic in New Orleans Hornets rookie's MSG debutUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetFor some reason, Carmelo Anthony had been fasting for 15 days. During that time he ate no meat. No cheese. No Honey-Nut Cheerios. No nothing. Anthony said he did it for “clarity,” whatever that means.
Lawrence: Melo, Knicks feast on skinny rookie DavisUpdated Jan 14 Share TweetFor some reason, Carmelo Anthony had been fasting for 15 days. During that time he ate no meat. No cheese. No Honey-Nut Cheerios. No nothing. Anthony said he did it for “clarity,” whatever that means.