This is the March 6, 2013 news archive. View today's Knicks rumors and news.
Even with Carmelo Anthony holed up in the locker room receiving treatment for his aching knee, the Knicks eventually overpowered a weak Detroit Pistons team that played without their leading scorer, Greg Monroe.
The Nets’ Continuing Identity CrisisUpdated Mar 6 Share TweetThe move to Brooklyn, with the stars Deron Williams and Joe Johnson, was supposed to help the Nets escape the Knicks' shadow. It hasn't exactly worked out that way.Source: nytimes.com
Knicks owner James Dolan is footing the bill for the health care of former Knick Ray WilliamsUpdated Mar 6 Share TweetThree years ago, we relayed a story about 10-year NBA veteran Ray Williams, who had fallen prey to a series of financial blows and was then destitute while living in Florida. Things turned up for Williams later in the year, he was given a job in his hom…Source: yahoo.comShare TweetComing into a meaningful matchup with OKC, the Lakers were 1-9 against the top four seeds in the West, and 1-10 on the road against the top eight in the West. Maybe they saw a performance like last night coming? They looked rattled and nervous, like a b…Source: dimemag.com
Short-Handed Knicks Pull Away From Pistons In FourthMar 6Raymond Felton poured in 26 points to help the Carmelo-less Knicks top the Pistons.
Crashing The GlassMar 6Is it more valuable to get back on defense, or crash the offensive glass? New research shows a little more crashing could help.
Ian Thomsen: Ranking the 10 most powerful people in the NBAMar 6SI ranked the 50 most powerful people in sports. Who are the 10 most powerful in just the NBA? Here's my list: