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Stories Carmelo Anthony sat shirtless and wore ice packs on both knees late Saturday night as he surveyed the losing locker room inside Bankers Life Fieldhouse. From his demeanor and posture right down to the accessories needed to heal his aching
Smith elbowed Jason Terry during game 3 of the Knicks series against the Boston Celtics, he was suspended for game 4 and when he returned for game 5 he was never the same. Smith hit a shooting slump he just couldn't seem to break out of. The
Even after nearly hitting the 40 mark and being sensational for the game's first 36 minutes, folks are jumping at the opportunity to throw Anthony under the subway...Blaming Melo sells newspapers, gets clicks on a website and garners television
Heat players have been steadfastly neutral in claiming no preference as they waited for Indiana and New York to figure out which would play the underdog in the NBAs upcoming Eastern Conference finals. Confident champions do not deign to worry about
Liberty Barton Silverman/The New York Times For the Knicks' Raymond Felton, Manning's mantra is all about the elbows. If you have some free time, I'd like for you to come down, he wrote. Three days later, the two of them were alone in the Knicks'
Liberty But there was a flip side to the classic Knicks-Pacers playoff battles of the mid-1990s often remembered for Miller's shooting heroics that tormented Spike Lee and deflated Madison Square Garden. The Knicks broke a few hearts in Indianapolis,
Stories Councilman Jumaane Williams was a dying man on Tuesday night...That's because the East Flatbush Democrat is sticking with his beloved and bleak New York Knicks despite a loss to the Indiana Pacers Tuesday that sent the Twitter-friendly
The Indiana Pacers are on the brink of advancing to the NBA semi-finals after beating New York 93-82 yesterday, behind 26 points from George Hill and a dominant team rebounding performance. Paul George finished with 18 points and 14 rebounds for the
Liberty The first three contests, two of which the Knicks lost, were enough to convince Coach Mike Woodson that size matters. The pressure mounting, he steered the Knicks away from the style of play that gave them the Eastern Conference's second seed.
Because of their exposure and their hometown, it's so tempting to focus on the cratering Carmelo Anthony , J.R. Smith and the once mighty New York Knicks offense as they keep weakly losing against the Indiana Pacers ...The 3-1 series lead the Pacers