Dwight Howard’s inability to decide on his future has resulted in the NBA’s most tiresome story line over the past year.
The Knicks reportedly are not planning to match the contract offer Jeremy Lin has from the Rockets, and that may be wise for more than financial reasons. If the comments from J.R.
Mavericks owner Mark Cuban and ESPN writer Bill Simmons aka “The Sports Guy” spent part of Sunday and Monday arguing on Twitter.
Jeremy Lin has a three-year, $25 million contract lined up with the Rockets. The Knicks, whenever they feel like checking the fax machine, have the right to match that offer and retain Lin.
As the Knicks sort through their Raymond Felton-Jeremy Lin mess, they have a new one on their hands.
The Knicks are going to great lengths to avoid being served with an offer sheet Jeremy Lin signed with the Rockets so that they have more time to contemplate their business moves, Rockets beat reporte
The Brooklyn Nets have been in existence for all of a whopping two and a half months, but that’s all it took for them to declare dominance in the state.
Kobe Bryant spoke. And the Dream Team has scoffed in response.