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Can Phil Jackson Get Lamar Odom's Career Back on Track with New York Knicks?

Lamar Odom on the New York Knicks? It almost makes too much sense. The 34-year-old forward seems almost custom-built for the MSG circus. He is a native New Yorker, born in Jamaica, Queens. He is also a past-his-prime player who has become...Show More Summary

Chris Paul Channels Michael Jordan with Baseline Spin Around Evan Fournier

The Los Angeles Clippers were well on their way to an easy win over the injury-riddled Denver Nuggets Tuesday night, but that didn't stop Chris Paul from pulling out an old Michael Jordan standby, to the immediate, devastating detriment of poor Evan Fournier. If you look real close, you can see tiny cartoon birds and stars around Fournier 's head. Show More Summary

Jabari Parker's NBA Draft Decision Shouldn't Be Criticized Either Way

A little advice: No matter what Duke superstar Jabari Parker eventually decides, vis- a- vis throwing his name into the NBA draft hat or returning to Durham for his sophomore season, it's probably best not to check for reactions on social...Show More Summary

Griffin gets 16th tech, likely one-game suspension

Blake Griffin has picked up his 16th technical foul of the season, triggering a league-mandated one-game suspension.

Guy on Twitter Mistakes LeBron James for Derrick Rose

A guy on Twitter was very excited for his sister but was just a little off in his reasoning. The person believes that his sister and her friends somehow met Chicago Bulls point guard Derrick Rose, when in actuality they appear to be with Miami Heat star LeBron James. Hey, at least it wasn't a random guy posing as an athlete. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Nick Young Wears Nike Foamposite One – ‘Galaxy’ At Last Lakers Home Game Of Season

Just because the Los Angeles Lakers don’t have much to play for this season, that hasn’t stopped Nick Young from putting on for his city in sought-after sneakers. Looking to out-Foamposite himself from his on-court debut of the black ‘Supreme’ Foamposite One last week, Swaggy P keeps the swagoo drippin by breaking out the infamous […]

Bucks sign forward Chris Wright

The Milwaukee Bucks have signed forward Chris Wright (6-8, 225) to a multi-year contract, General Manager John Hammond announced today. Wright had played with the Bucks on two separate 10-day contracts, the last signed on April 5. He appeared in seven games with the Bucks, averaging 6.0 points, 2.1 rebounds and 1.0 steal in 15.4 minutes [...]

Andrei Kirilenko Dishes Behind-the-Back Dime to Mason Plumlee

The Brooklyn Nets may be a bit short of point guards on Tuesday night, with Shaun Livingston sitting as his teammates take on the New York Knicks, but they by no means lack for playmakers. Forward Andrei Kirilenko proved as much with...Show More Summary

Brooklyn Nets Usher Sings Fantastic Rendition of National Anthem

Prior to the Brooklyn Nets' matchup against the New York Knicks, Nets usher Bryan Bautista was tapped to sing the national anthem, and he absolutely nailed it. According to Rachel Nichols, Bautista has been an usher at Barclays since the day it opened, but this was the first time he sang the anthem. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com

Mike Woodson Says Carmelo Anthony Played Well Enough to Be in NBA Playoffs

Earlier Tuesday, it was announced that New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony had suffered a partially torn labrum and would miss the final two games of the regular season. That, coupled with missing the playoffs for the first timeShow More Summary

5 LA Clippers Weaknesses to Exploit in the NBA Playoffs

Unlike in past seasons, the Los Angeles Clippers don't have a lot of glaring flaws. This is one of the most talented rosters in the league, directed by one of the best coaches in the league. But every team, no matter how productive, has its weak spots. Show More Summary

Carmelo Anthony: 'Everything for Me Is Just Cloudy'

The New York Knicks were officially eliminated from playoff contention on Saturday. Meaning Tuesday's intra-borough showdown with the Brooklyn Nets represents less a postseason tune-up than a sad formality. Starting Wednesday, the focus...Show More Summary

Why Los Angeles Lakers Need to Let Pau Gasol Walk

Saying goodbye to Pau Gasol won't be easy for the Los Angeles Lakers, so it's best if they start now and never look back. In a few months' time, Gasol will enter free agency, at which point the Lakers are expected to let him walk. But wait. Show More Summary

Gordon, Johnson declare for NBA Draft

Aaron Gordon's decision was expected. Part of a heralded class of freshmen last season, anything but one and done would have been a surprise.

Thunder's Kevin Durant Scores 2nd-Most Points in a Season in Last 23 Years

After scoring 25 points in Monday's 101-89 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, Oklahoma City Thunder forward Kevin Durant has 2,551 points this season, marking the second-highest single-season total by any NBA player in the last 23 years,...Show More Summary

Lakers GM Mitch Kupchak Refuses to Discuss Mike D'Antoni's Future

If Los Angeles Lakers head coach Mike D’Antoni really loves his job, he’ll treat Wednesday’s season finale against the San Antonio Spurs like it’s Game 7 of the Western Conference Finals. Because it’s likely the last time he’ll be patrolling...Show More Summary

Kevin Love Sets Minnesota Timberwolves Record for Most Points in a Season

Minnesota Timberwolves forward Kevin Love has supplanted the legendary Kevin Garnett as the top single-season scorer in franchise history, per NBA Stats: Love set the mark with 40 points on 11-of-24 shooting in Monday's 130-120 loss to the Golden State Warriors. Show More Summary

Knicks' Anthony has right shoulder tear, will sit last 2 games

Carmelo Anthony will miss the final two games with a torn labrum in his right shoulder, ending his first playoff-less season and potentially his New York Knicks career.

Celtics, Lakers and Knicks All Miss Playoffs Together for the 1st Time

With the NBA season coming to a close, some playoff positioning still needs sorting, but for the first time in league history, the Boston Celtics, Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks will not be involved in postseason play, per ESPN...Show More Summary

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