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Share TweetCrazy as it sounds, this is the best time for the Knicks to be taking on Chris Paul. Back after a prolonged absence because of a knee injury, the Clippers' superstar playmaker will try to shake off a little more rust Sunday afternoon at the Garden in a …Share TweetThe Knicks are listening to trade offers for second-year guard Iman Shumpert, but a source said it is "unlikely at this point" the team will agree to a deal sending a package centered around Shumpert to the Suns.Source: ESPN.com
With social media, Knicks' J.R. turns up the TweetUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetA picture may be worth a thousand words, but J.R. Smith says plenty about himself in 140 characters. From openly flirting with gorgeous women to trading insults with critical fans to mocking himself for shooting an airball from the foul line, Smith and …
Although offseason has bore little fruit for Yankees and NY Mets, these teams have plenty of talent to check out during Spring TUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetYou have to go all the way back to 1992 for a spring training of lower expectations than this one for both the Yankees and the Mets, where in both cases, our locals have a better chance of finishing last than finishing first this season.
Inside vote that made Tuna a Hall of a coachUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetAs much as the Pro Football Hall of Fame rules allow, I’m going to take you on a visit inside Room 277 of the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center in New Orleans for last Saturday’s eight-hour meeting that resulted in Bill Parcells and six others being
Baseball's Recurring Narrative: Every Year They Write the BookUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetWith spring training camps starting this week in Arizona and Florida, here are the prevailing narratives for each of the 30 teams.Source: nytimes.com
Blizzard delays Knicks' return flight to New YorkUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetAfter being stuck in Minnesota overnight thanks to the massive snow storm that is pelting the New York-to-Boston corridor, the New York Knicks arrived home safely on Saturday afternoon, according to a team official.Source: ESPN.com
Sports In The Storm: The Knicks Were Stuck In Minnesota, The Spurs Were Stuck In Detroit, And The Bruins Had To RescheduleUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetYou are not the only one somewhat inconvenienced by the white stuff on the ground outside: The Knicks spent last night stuck in Minneapolis, the Spurs couldn't escape from Detroit until an hour ago, and the Nets had to take a train: More »Source: deadspin.com
Northeast storm disrupts travel for Knicks, Spurs, NetsUpdated Feb 9 Share TweetSeveral professional and college sports teams were forced to rearrange their travel plans as a massive storm swept through the Northeast.Source: nba.com
The Week That Was: This was a week of comings and goings for the Gia…Updated Feb 9 Share TweetThis was a week of comings and goings for the Giants. They parted ways with LB Michael Boley, RB Ahmad Bradshaw and DTs Chris Canty and Martin Parker. They re-signed TE Bear Pascoe and DT Shaun Rogers. Other cuts and cutbacks have been speculated upon,…Source: giantsfootballblog.comShare TweetThe plot thickens! While news that the Jets were ready to part ways with Pace/Scott/Smith via cuts, one of the other major cap problems has to be Mark Sanchez’s bloating cap figure. With that in mind, it seems that the team’s new GM is interested inSource: thejetsblog.comShare TweetThe blizzard that crippled air traffic in the Northeast on Friday forced the Knicks to spend another night in Minnesota.