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Carmelo Anthony can talk all he wants about moving on because he thinks that’s what people want to hear a bout his feud with Kevin Garnett. But the only way he can get some real closure with Garnett and what happened 17 days ago at the Garden is to hangUpvote Share Tweet
Knicks overtake Lakers as NBA's most valuable teamnydailynews.com Jan 23, 2013The Knicks have zoomed past the Lakers as the NBA’s most valuable franchise, according to Forbes. The magazine’s annual report ranking all NBA teams cited the ongoing renovation of Madison Square Garden and improved television ratings and merchandiseUpvote Share Tweetnytimes.com Jan 23, 2013Pablo Prigioni, the Knicks' backup point guard, did not practice for a second consecutive day because of a bruised left big toe.Upvote Share Tweet
Melo, Amar'e a 'bad fit' for Knicks, says Kerrnydailynews.com Jan 23, 2013Steve Kerr sees the Knicks having the same problem today that they had in the 90's when Michael Jordan ruled the NBA. "I don't think anyone in the East can beat LeBron and Miami four times in a playoff series," said Kerr, the TNT analyst who w…Upvote Share TweetThe New York Knicks have surpassed the Los Angeles Lakers as the most valuable team in the NBA, according to Forbes' annual study.Upvote Share Tweet
Handing out awards at NBA's midway pointCNNSI.com Jan 23, 2013With the 2012-13 season at the halfway mark, SI.com's NBA writers make their picks for the league's top performers. The MVP and Coach of the Year races have produced the most disagreement at the top, while clear favorites have emerged for Rookie of the …Upvote Share Tweet
Forbes: Knicks Most Valuable NBA TeamJan 23ESPNNewYork.com's Ian Begley on the Knicks topping Forbes list at $1.1 billion as NBA's most valuable team.
Melo: No Bad Blood Between Himself, GarnettJan 23ESPNNewYork.com's Ian Begley on the negative energy between Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett heading into Boston Thursday.
Lee Jenkins: Despite offseason loss, Thunder continue to growJan 23LOS ANGELES -- The Oklahoma City Thunder have always challenged conventional wisdom -- they play in one of the smallest markets in professional sports, in a region consumed by college football, and implausibly built the best home-court advantage in the …