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The best N.B.A. games of the week feature Indiana at Denver, Miami at the Nets and Washington at Memphis.
Amar'e Stoudemire's Knicks comeback has taken a turn for the promising in recent games.
Based on revenue of $243 million and operating income of $83.2 million, along with the team's having no debt, the value of the Knicks climbed 41 percent.
Howard Beck, the N.B.A. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.
Tyson Chandler was chosen for the game as a reserve. Despite a.600 winning percentage, the Nets were conspicuous by their absence.
An alley-oop dunk and a high school crush made a brother and sister from Long Island life-long Nets fans.
Memphis is trying to contend while trimming salary in a conference with six of the N.B.A.'s best eight teams, as determined by a system that adjusts margin of victory based on schedule.
N.B.A. players, like any other athletes, love routines but some go even further: lucky shorts, sandwiches, showers.
Brook Lopez, who was averaging 18.5 points and 7.4 rebounds coming into Wednesday, has been linked to a trade for Dwight Howard since December 2011.
Pablo Prigioni, the Knicks' backup point guard, did not practice for a second consecutive day because of a bruised left big toe.
After being released by the Nuggets last offseason, Chris Anderson has been looking for N.B.A. work and the Heat have signed him to a 10-day contract.
Nets guard Joe Johnson may not be the explosive scorer he was with Atlanta, but he still makes the game easier for his teammates.
The best N.B.A. games of the week put Minnesota against Atlanta, the Knicks against the Nets and Oklahoma City against the Clippers.
For three Raptors fans from Toronto, a trip to Barclays Center was worth a few missed classes.
Iman Shumpert's return from a knee injury Thursday gave the Knicks a booster shot of youth and defense.
As the N.B.A. continues its plan to extend its brand globally, the Knicks played the Detroit Pistons before a sold-out crowd at the O2 Arena in London. Steven Cotton will supply occasional updates from the game.
Rasheed Wallace, who has a foot injury, says he expects to be on the court again this season.
A couple of cross-country friends headed to Section 15.
Howard Beck, the N.B.A. reporter for The Times, will answer questions from readers.
The Magic have veered from the former coach Stan Van Gundy's efficient shooting strategies, team statistics show.