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3 great things about a Knicks/Pistons-in-London recap written by an Englishman
yahoo.com Updated Jan 18, 2013
The New York Knicks scored a 102-87 win over the Detroit Pistons on Thursday afternoon at the O2 Arena in London as part of the NBA's ongoing efforts to expand global interest in the stateside product. The game itself wasn't particularly thrilling, and …Upvote Share Tweet
Knicks come home to battle hot Nets on Mondaynydailynews.com Jan 18, 2013Carmelo Anthony joined Amar’e Stoudemire at the podium late Thursday at O2 Arena, just in time for a Polish journalist to ask a question that nearly made Anthony do an about-face and bolt for the team bus.Upvote Share TweetIman Shumpert's return from a knee injury Thursday gave the Knicks a booster shot of youth and defense.Upvote Share Tweet
All That Glitters: A closing 9-0 Miami run sealed a 99-90 win over L…CNNSI.com Jan 18, 2013A closing 9-0 Miami run sealed a 99-90 win over L.A. The Lakers fought hard, but LeBron James may have just ignited another championship run for the Heat, writes Lee Jenkins.Upvote Share Tweet
Lee Jenkins: Once a Finals preview, Heat-Lakers now just a LeBron showcaseCNNSI.com Jan 18, 2013LOS ANGELES -- Outside of fame, riches and backlit banners, there is no motivator in sports quite like the threat of everlasting ignominy. It is the specter that hangs over each of the so-called super teams, the realization that if they fail, reputation…Upvote Share Tweet
Boston Grasps Defeat From The Jaws Of Victory; The Lakers Figure Out How To Play Togetherdimemag.com Jan 18, 2013Each time we checked in with the Hawks vs. Celtics it was like watching a different game. In the first half the Celtics were on cruise control and it almost looked as if Tommy Heinsohn could have stepped in because of Boston’s 27-point lead. Atlanta wasUpvote Share Tweetnydailynews.com Jan 18, 2013Carmelo Anthony won’t have to look very far if he wants to have a word with Kevin Garnett next month. Anthony and Garnett were named Eastern Conference All-Star starters on Thursday as the NBA announced final fan voting results.Upvote Share Tweet
Ian Thomsen: Hard to blame departed Gentry for Suns' woesJan 18The Suns came to terms Friday with coach Alvin Gentry on his midseason departure. A friend of Gentry's said the coach had anticipated he would be fired at the end of the season, which is shaping up to be the Suns' worst since they went 16-66 in their ex…
Ian Thomsen: Conley grows into Grizzlies leader after learning hard lesson…Jan 18These are hazardous times for an excellent team in Memphis. Coach Lionel Hollins is in his lame-duck year, new owners have taken over and Rudy Gay or Zach Randolph reportedly could be traded in the next month. It is in stressful moments like these that …
Lee Jenkins: Once a Finals preview, Heat-Lakers now just a LeBron showcaseJan 18LOS ANGELES -- Outside of fame, riches and backlit banners, there is no motivator in sports quite like the threat of everlasting ignominy. It is the specter that hangs over each of the so-called super teams, the realization that if they fail, reputation…
The Sports Guy's All-Te'o MailbagJan 18Even the NFL playoffs can wait for the weirdest sports story of our age.