PODCAST: Time to Stick a Fork in the Knicks?

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WoodsonThe temptation is to stick a fork in the Knicks and pronounce them done.

The reality?

Even after last night’s double OT loss to the Orlando Magic, New York is 4 1/2 games out of eighth place in the Eastern Conference with 27 games remaining. That is more than enough time for them to put together something resembling a hot streak and gain enough ground to reach the No. 8 seed.

Tweet of the Night: Evan Turner provides emotional thoughts about his time with 76ers

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Since getting traded to the Indiana Pacers, Evan Turner has been silent on twitter.

That silence was broken on Friday, when he wrote a long but relevant message to his former team:

SH Blog: Is Turner Insurance for Pacers? LeBron Breaks Nose; Lowry Could Resign in Toronto

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EvanTurnerSH2The Indiana Pacers knew something early Thursday afternoon that the Oklahoma City Thunder — and the rest of the NBA — found out late Thursday night: The Miami Heat are still the team to beat in this league.


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SH Blog: Completed and failed trades on Thursday, Big Baby bought out by Magic

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If you were hoping for a blockbuster, “Woj Bomb” type of trade on Thursday, you were out of luck.

The trade deadline came and went on Thursday without any real stars packing their bags, but plenty of teams made relevant moves throughout the day to bolster their franchises in some way.

Our Chris Sheridan has the trade analysis of all the deals, but you can find more on everything that went down and everything else that fell through below.

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SH Blog: ‘Wolves and Grizzlies looking to deal, Nets want Hill and Jack, Knicks after Lowry or Teague

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A memorable All-Star weekend has come and gone, and now it’s back to business as usual.

With the trade deadline just days away, teams will look to do whatever they can to improve their current situation. Without wasting any time, lets get right to what’s going on around the league.


Chase BudingerBoth teams are currently out of the playoff picture in the West, but the Memphis Grizzlies are just 1 1/2 games behind the Golden State Warriors for the eighth seed. Looking to bolster their roster, they are in discussion with the Minnesota Timberwolves about a deal involving Chase Budinger, Tayshaun Prince and perhaps some other moving parts, according to Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports:

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