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Four Corners: Which NBA storyline are you sick of hearing about? (Ball Don't Lie)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 12 hrs ago.

Whether Green’s literally or figuratively being a pain in the groin, you get the feeling there isn’t much forethought going into either, and what’s worse, there’s always an excuse to follow. Meanwhile, Green got arrested over the summer for allegedly bumping a Michigan State football player in a bar, asking, “Do you know who I am?” and slapping him across the face, among other accusations.

NBA-National Basketball Association roundup (Reuters)

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Carmelo Anthony insists he remains loyal to the New York Knicks, even if the organization is no longer extending the same courtesy. The nine-time All-Star said Sunday he hasn't considered waiving his no-trade clause despite rumblings that Knicks president Phil Jackson may be ready to move on from the former NBA scoring champion. - - Sacramento Kings forward Omri Casspi is expected to be sidelined as long as two weeks with an injured right calf, the team announced.

Anthony reportedly keen to stay with floundering Knicks (AFP)

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New York Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek says he's willing to "look at everything" in a bid to find a winning formula, but Knicks watchers were looking beyond lineup changes Tuesday in a bid to parse the future of the NBA franchise. A meeting between veteran star Carmelo Anthony and team president Phil Jackson was described variously in US media reports as "contentious" and "calm and business-like" with the New York Daily News reporting that Anthony told Jackson he wants to stay in New York.

Anthony reportedly keen to stay with floundering Knicks (AFP)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 1 day ago.

New York Knicks coach Jeff Hornacek says he's willing to "look at everything" in a bid to find a winning formula, but Knicks watchers were looking beyond lineup changes Tuesday in a bid to parse the future of the NBA franchise. A meeting between veteran star Carmelo Anthony and team president Phil Jackson was described variously in US media reports as "contentious" and "calm and business-like" with the New York Daily News reporting that Anthony told Jackson he wants to stay in New York.

As Knicks tumble again, Carmelo's future may be all to watch (The Associated Press)

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Carmelo Anthony still believes the Knicks can win and still wants to be in New York when they do. The Knicks have fallen off the playoff pace, again proving they can win headlines but not games. The question is whether the Knicks still believe in him.

Pistons strive to slow down torrid Hawks (The Associated Press)

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The Detroit Pistons returned from their five-game West Coast trip a little battered and somewhat bruised. Tobias Harris' 3-pointer in the final minute helped the Pistons secure a 102-97 victory over the Los Angeles Lakers on Sunday night. Detroit now draws one of the league's hottest teams -- the Atlanta Hawks -- on Wednesday night in its first game at The Palace since Jan. 5.

Clifford: Poor defense has led to Hornets' losing streak (The Associated Press)

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Charlotte went 0-5 on its recent road trip, surrendering an uncharacteristic 109.6 points per game during that span. The Hornets return home Wednesday night to face the Portland Trail Blazers, part of a stretch of five-game home stand which Clifford hopes will help turn things around. ''It starts with our ability to guard our guy,'' Clifford said.

Your daily reminder the New York Knicks are a dysfunctional franchise (Ball Don't Lie)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 1 day ago.

Carmelo Anthony would like a meeting with team president Phil Jackson, Derrick Rose would like to play more (some?) defense, and Courtney Lee would like to stop losing by one possession, so at least the New York Knicks are planning to show up for work, which is more than they could say last week. A week after Rose skipped work against the New Orleans Pelicans without so much as an explanation until returning from Chicago the next day and five days after we thought the Knicks had reached what they should have hoped was rock bottom, that bottom fell out again and again — first in another rift between Anthony and Jackson, then by Rose harping on defense and finally with Lee on Instagram. Following a critical column by Jackson confidante Charley Rosen — who pondered, “The only sure thing is that Carmelo Anthony has outlived his usefulness in New York,” and, “It’s understood that he’d only accept being dealt to the [Cleveland] Cavaliers or the [Los Angeles] Clippers” — Melo indicated he’d like to chat with the legendary coach turned subpar executive and supposed source of Rosen’s report.

Anthony says has proved Knicks loyalty (Reuters)

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(Reuters) - With each successive defeat, Carmelo Anthony's stay in New York becomes more contentious as his future with the Knicks is put into question. Anthony, who has been an All Star for the franchise each season since being traded to the Knicks in 2011, has been asked in recent days about the possibility of waiving the no-trade clause in his contract which would allow the team to move him. Responding to an article that suggested it was time for Anthony to depart New York, the forward said on Sunday that if Knicks management no longer wants him then "that's a conversation that we should have." Following New York's 108-107 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Monday, Anthony was again pushed on the subject of his stay with the team.

NBA-Anthony says has proved Knicks loyalty (Reuters)

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With each successive defeat, Carmelo Anthony's stay in New York becomes more contentious as his future with the Knicks is put into question. Anthony, who has been an All Star for the franchise each season since being traded to the Knicks in 2011, has been asked in recent days about the possibility of waiving the no-trade clause in his contract which would allow the team to move him. Responding to an article that suggested it was time for Anthony to depart New York, the forward said on Sunday that if Knicks management no longer wants him then "that's a conversation that we should have." Following New York's 108-107 loss to the Atlanta Hawks on Monday, Anthony was again pushed on the subject of his stay with the team.

With Humphries help Hawks' Schroder sinks Knicks (AFP)

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Atlanta's German guard Dennis Schroder delivered the killing blow in the Hawks' 108-107 NBA victory over the New York Knicks on Monday -- with a big assist from Kris Humphries. Humphries had a good look at a potential game-winning shot, but instead tossed the ball to Schroder, who drained a three-pointer with 22 seconds remaining that saw the Hawks swoop for their ninth win in their last 10 games. "I thought Kris was unbelievable," Hawks coach Mike Budenholzer said of the power forward who came off the bench to score 14 points with seven rebounds and one -- crucial -- assist.

Schroder hits go-ahead 3, scores 28 as Hawks edge Knicks (The Associated Press)

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Dennis Schroder gave the Hawks the lead and the New York Knicks had three chances to take it back. Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony and Joakim Noah, who they hoped would be the backbone of a contending team, all failed from inside a few feet. Schroder scored 28 points, including the go-ahead 3-pointer with 22 seconds left, to lead the Hawks to a 108-107 victory on Monday.

Carmelo Anthony and Phil Jackson are headed for a 'conversation,' and a showdown (Ball Don't Lie)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 2 days ago.

Four days ago, I wrote that the New York Knicks had better hope their at-the-buzzer loss to the Philadelphia 76ers, their ninth loss in 10 games, meant they’d reached rock bottom. On Sunday, Jeff Hornacek’s crew reminded me, and Knicks fans everywhere, that it can always get worse … and that when you’re talking about the ‘Bockers, there can always be more palace intrigue and soap-opera dramatics, too. The Knicks’ Sunday matinee against the Toronto Raptors went about how you’d expect a meeting between the NBA’s No. 1 offense and sixth-worst defense to unfold.

Knicks' Porzingis may return for game against Hawks (The Associated Press)

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The New York Knicks are cautiously optimistic they will have their star second-year forward Kristaps Porzingis available for their next four games, which they play in six nights. The 21-year-old missed his second straight game, a 116-101 loss at Toronto on Sunday, with a sore left Achilles, and is questionable for Monday when the Knicks (18-23) host the Atlanta Hawks (23-17) at Madison Square Garden. Porzingis' replacement, Lance Thomas, sustained a fractured orbital bone and had concussion-like symptoms after being hit with an inadvertent elbow from Toronto Raptors center Jonas Valanciunas during Sunday's game.

Dwyane Wade doesn't think (the reportedly unhappy) Carmelo Anthony will ever ask for a trade (Ball Don't Lie)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 3 days ago.

The New York Knicks star loves the agreed-upon deal prohibition as much as he loves working out of New York, and luckily for him those two commitments tend to work hand in hand. Rose angered MSG this week by failing to inform the team of his whereabouts after he flew home to Chicago to attend to a personal matter, netting himself a fine alongside the loss of a game’s pay (nearing $200,000).

Porzingis' status still uncertain as Knicks prepare for Raptors (The Associated Press)

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The New York Knicks are coming off a win against the Chicago Bulls that they desperately needed, and the Toronto Raptors are fresh off a fully-expected win over the Brooklyn Nets when they turned it on when needed. The Raptors won 118-107 in the first meeting on Nov. 12, using a strong fourth quarter. The Knicks (18-22) enter the game Sunday with questions surrounding Kristaps Porzingis and his sore left Achilles' tendon.

Bulls' Jimmy Butler, Pelicans' Anthony Davis set to return (The Associated Press)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 4 days ago.

The Chicago Bulls and the New Orleans Pelicans will both have their leading scorers back in the lineup for Saturday's game. Jimmy Butler, who missed two games with the flu and was limited in Monday's loss to Oklahoma City, is back in the starting lineup for the Bulls. Anthony Davis, who missed Thursday's win against the Nets with a left hip injury, is back in the starting lineup for the Pelicans.

Raptors hand Nets ninth straight loss, 132-113 (The Associated Press)

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Having toyed with the league-worst Brooklyn Nets for the first 36 minutes, the Toronto Raptors finally clicked into gear entering the fourth quarter. The Raptors had their biggest offensive output of the season and the most points scored in a non-overtime game in team history. ''We just got aggressive defensively and we just got on a run,'' said DeMar DeRozan, who sat out the entire fourth quarter after scoring 19 points in the third for the bulk of his 28 points.

NBA-Highlights of Thursday's NBA games (Reuters)

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Highlights of National Basketball Association games on Thursday: Nuggets 140, Pacers 112 The Denver Nuggets traveled 4,683 miles to play a home game, and the trek paid off with one of its best games of the year. Nikola Jokic had 22 points, 10 rebounds and seven assists, Wilson Chandler scored 21 points, and the Nuggets beat the Indiana Pacers 140-112 on Thursday at O2 Arena in London, England. Mavericks 113, Suns 108 Deron Williams scored 23 points and Harrison Barnes had 22 as Dallas used an 18-4 run to start the third quarter to pull away for a win over Phoenix in Mexico City.

Knicks beat Bulls with big games from Anthony, Rose, Noah (The Associated Press)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 5 days ago.

To Derrick Rose and Joakim Noah, it didn't matter much that they were playing their former team. At this point, the New York Knicks just needed to beat somebody. Carmelo Anthony had 23 points, nine rebounds and six assists, Rose and Noah had big games against Chicago, and the Knicks beat the short-handed Bulls 104-89 on Thursday night.

Pelicans, minus Davis, hand Nets 8th straight loss, 104-95 (The Associated Press)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 5 days ago.

Even minus Anthony Davis, the New Orleans Pelicans made it a New York City sweep. Playing without their All-Star center, the Pelicans got a season-high 29 points from Tyreke Evans and 24 points and 12 rebounds from Terrence Jones as they defeated the reeling Brooklyn Nets 104-95 on Thursday night. Davis sat out with a bruised left hip sustained during Monday night's 110-96 win over the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden.

76ers on a roll ahead of Hornets' visit (The Associated Press)

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The struggling Charlotte Hornets find themselves in the thick of the Eastern Conference playoff race. The surging Philadelphia 76ers, who host the Hornets on Friday, can only hope to be there at some point as well. "Playoff time, baby," rookie center Joel Embiid joked after the Sixers beat the New York Knicks 98-97 Wednesday night on a buzzer-beating jumper by guard T.J. McConnell.

Embiid has Philadelphia hitting 'like' button on 76ers (The Associated Press)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 6 days ago.

The headline reads like it was ripped straight from a fake news website: Philadelphia 76ers win for fourth time in five games! The veracity of that claim has been verified - the Sixers, yes those topflight tankers that made a sham of competitive basketball - are actually winning games. Joel Embiid would not let a sprained left ankle stop him from busting a move on the court.

Rose fined $200,000 over NBA Knicks no-show: report (AFP)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 6 days ago.

The New York Knicks fined Derrick Rose around $200,000 (188,350 euros) for his mysterious no-show, a report said Thursday. Rose created a sensation on Monday when he failed to appear for the Knicks' 110-96 defeat to the New Orleans Pelicans. The New York Post said in a report Thursday that Rose had been fined $193,848 -- 1/110th of his $21.3 million salary -- mirroring the formula used by the NBA for a one-game suspension.

NBA-Highlights from Wednesday's NBA games (Reuters)

Source sports.yahoo.com. | 6 days ago.

Highlights from National Basketball Association games on Wednesday: Timberwolves 119, Rockets 105 Andrew Wiggins scored 28 points and Karl-Anthony Towns posted his ninth straight double-double with 23 points and 18 rebounds as the Minnesota Timberwolves held on to beat the Houston Rockets 119-105 on Wednesday night. Ricky Rubio had 10 points and tied his career high and a franchise best with 17 assists in the Timberwolves' second straight win. Brandon Rush had 12 points on four three-pointers in his first start for Minnesota and Shabazz Muhammad added 20 points off the bench.