The New York Knicks needed this. No, not a matchup with the 14-24 Detroit Pistons (although that certainly doesn't hurt). Rather, the stumbling Knicks needed the kind of relief offered by an overseas venture. New York and Detroit will square off inside London's O2 Arena on Thursday night. The trans-Atlantic voyage afforded the Knicks an unusual midseason stretch of just one game in seven nights.
Detroit Pistons sign Quincy Miller to second 10-day contract The Detroit Pistons announced today that the club has signed forward Quincy Miller to a second 10-day contract. Miller, who originally signed a 10-day contract on 2/21, ha... Read Post
If the New York Knicks (30-15) hope to keep pace with the defending NBA champion Miami Heat in the Eastern Conference playoff race, then they must beat teams like the Detroit Pistons (18-29). On Monday night in the Big Apple, the tw... Read Post