This is the November 26, 2012 news archive. View today's Knicks rumors and news.
The Brooklyn Nets worked overtime to pull out the opener of their new-look rivalry with the New York Knicks, winning 96-89 on Monday night to tie their city rivals for first place.
Share TweetNew York Knicks point guard Jason Kidd did not play in Monday's showdown with the Brooklyn Nets due to lower back spasms.Share TweetThank you for your continued support of Deadspin. There's Panthers-Eagles on Monday Night Football, Knicks-Nets to highlight the NBA slate, and Big Daddy Kane and his flat-top now and forever. More »Source: deadspin.comShare Tweet5-on-5: In the battle of New York, which franchise has the bigger advantage?
Will The Real Danilo Gallinari Please Stand Up?Updated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetDanilo Gallinari used to be the shooter’s shooter, earning praise as one of the greatest long-range shooters in the game. But what he brings to an offense has blossomed with his move to Denver, and he’s become more capable at driving for a layup ratheSource: dimemag.com
The Chinese government declined a political party’s application to name itself after Jeremy LinUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetGoofball fringe political parties, candidates, motions, petitions, and movements aren't unique to American politics. Neither is an obsession with sports that borders on the fanatical and often crosses over to the weird. For further proof of this, witnes…Source: yahoo.com
The Spurs Win One Of The Tightest Games In NBA History; The Nets And Knicks Set Up An Epic DuelUpdated Nov 26, 2012 Share TweetThink about all of those games you remember that came down to a final shot, the ones where you thought you’d pass out if it got any more intense. Technically, San Antonio’s 111-106 win over Toronto on Sunday was the NBA’s most tightly contested winSource: dimemag.com
Nets Win Battle Of New York In OTNov 26Despite 35 from Carmelo Anthony, Deron Williams' double-double leads Nets to 96-89 win over Knicks.
East Side -- Rivalries are blooming all aroundNov 26Rivalries haven't disappeared, they have just evolved from the 1980s Celtics-Lakers template.
Adande: Rivalries dim but game shines brighterNov 26While the great rivalries of yore are kaput, the game itself soars to new levels
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Heat forward LeBron James has plans to transform his game - ESPN The Magaz…Nov 26MVP, NBA champion, Olympic gold medalist -- what is next for LeBron James? In ESPN The Magazine, Michael Wilbon talks with the Heat forward about how he will transform his game.