10 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Numerous Players Set Career Highs and Postseason Standings Altered

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541px-Bradley_Beal_Wizards_croppedThe 2013-14 NBA regular season has come to a close.

The association pulled out all of the stops on Wednesday, April 16 with every single team in action. The postseason picture was significantly altered, multiple players set career-highs in scoring and multiple players joined the ranks of history.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.

5 Fast Facts from Last Night’s Games — Clippers Set Franchise Record, Knicks Win Battle of the Boroughs

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ChrisPaulSH1Breathe. Just breathe.

Tuesday, April 15 marked the second-to-last day of the 2013-14 NBA regular season. While the 16 seeds in the playoffs have already been locked up, teams are still jostling for position, and two of the squads involved in the uncertainty were in action.

Here’s everything that you need to know about last night’s action.

SH Blog: Has Carmelo played last game as a Knick? Jabari to decide on NBA Wednesday; Calipari content at Kentucky


Carmelo AnthonyTaking all the information at hand into account, it may very well be possible that Carmelo Anthony has played his last game as a New York Knick.

That’s something that most Knicks fans probably don’t want to hear right now, but without any solid indication otherwise, it is a realistic possibility. 

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Magic Johnson, Kevin Love, Others Remember Jackie Robinson

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Jackie Robinson, most recently immortalized in last year’s baseball film, 42, is a sports icon—in large part due to the significant contribution he made to all sports in being the first African-American to play in Major League Baseball during racial segregation (prior to the Civil Rights Movement).

Robinson broke the color barrier in baseball when he started for the Brooklyn Dodgers 67 years ago on this very day, April 15, 1947.

10 years ago, in 2004, Major League Baseball decided to commemorate Robinson’s legacy by beginning a tradition, known as Jackie Robinson Day, in which all uniformed players and managers wear the number 42 to honor his legacy.

PODCAST: Michael Scotto on the Possibility of Carmelo Anthony Joining the Chicago Bulls

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New York’s worst nightmare became a reality when the Knicks were officially eliminated from the playoffs.

“The beginning of the season, nobody ever thought we would be in this situation, this position that we’re in right now,” Carmelo Anthony said Sunday.

After missing the playoffs for the first time in his career, Anthony appears further from competing for a championship than ever before.

As a result, the Chicago Bulls have become New York’s top competition for Anthony’s services this summer.

Anthony spoke glowingly of Bulls coach Tom Thibodeau as Frank Isola wrote for the New York Daily News.

Will Anthony leave New York for Chicago?

I joined Chicago’s 670 The Score and host Joe Ostrowski to discuss the chances of Anthony leaving, what will factor into his decision and Phil Jackson believes he’s a fit for his Triangle offense.

Here’s a link below to the podcast in its entirety:

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Michael Scotto is a Sheridan Hoops NBA columnist. You can follow him on Twitter.