Anthony, Cousins win Player of the Week honors


NEW YORK – The New York Knicks’ Carmelo Anthony and the Sacramento Kings’ DeMarcus Cousins today were named NBA Eastern and Western Conference Players of the Week  for games played Monday, Jan. 6, through Sunday, Jan. 12. Anthony led the Knicks to a 3-0 week which included wins over the Detroit Pistons, Miami Heat and Philadelphia 76ers. He ranked second in the conference in scoring (27.0 ppg) and steals (2.33 spg) and third in minutes (39.2 mpg). Anthony connected on 12-of-24


PODCAST: Will the Knicks trade Carmelo Anthony?


Carmelo Anthony has 30 million reasons to remain with the New York Knicks after he becomes an unrestricted free agent this summer. But if the Knicks don’t have his word that he’ll re-sign with them for five years at a max salary, can they afford to take the risk that he might leave? That is the question owner Jim Dolan and his tight-lipped lieutenants are asking themselves as New York struggles through the first half of the season, entering tonight’s game against


SH Blog: Bulls Keep Shopping Players After Deng Trade; NBA Warns J.R. Smith; Steve Nash Plans to Return

NBA: Chicago Bulls at Portland Trail Blazers

There is reason to believe that, after the Chicago Bulls and Cleveland Cavaliers stunned the NBA with last night’s Luol Deng/Andrew Bynum swap, that Deng was just the first domino to fall in Chicago. Well, I suppose that would actually be Derrick Rose, whose loss to season ending injury has given the Bulls a second chance to reassess their future. [Read more…]


Tweet of the Day: Shane Larkin Laments Cincinnati Bengals Loss


Dallas Mavericks rookie point guard Shane Larkin, son of baseball Hall of Fame shortstop Barry Larkin, was born in Cincinnati, Ohio. So, it would make sense that he’d have attention turned to the AFC Wildcard game Sunday afternoon between the Cincinnati Bengals and the San Diego Chargers prior to his Sunday night game against the New York Knicks. Unfortunately, the outcome was not as he had hoped. Cincinnati, often lampooned as the Bungles after years of inventing ways to lose games,


Tweet of the Night: J.R. Smith admits making bad decision against Rockets, accepts criticism

JR Smith

Just when you thought the New York Knicks were starting to make strides to salvage a disastrous season, they managed to lose yet another game in horrendous fashion against the Houston Rockets on Friday. With 43 seconds left on the game clock and the score tied at 100 apiece, the Knicks used the full 24 seconds on the shot clock before Beno Udrih took a 3-pointer from the right corner. Tyson Chandler was there to grab the offensive rebound and dished


Tweet of the Day: Metta World Peace Active On Twitter Again?


As if he ever left Twitter in the first place…with the New York Knicks coming off of a 105-101 victory over the San Antonio Spurs, Metta World Peace is now active on Twitter again. Twas yet another example of Metta being Metta on Twitter. He qualified his social media activity by suggesting that he can’t tweet when his team loses. [Read more…]