Knicks pick up Shane Larkin's third year option

The New York Knicks have picked up the third year option on the young point guard out of the University of Miami. Shane Larkin is now entering his second season in the NBA and his first for the New York Knicks after his stint with the Mavericks last season. Larkin will be guaranteed $1.67 million

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Stan Van Gundy Says Josh Smith Is Ready To Shoot Less Threes This Season

Stan Van Gundy Says Josh Smith Is Ready To Shoot Less Threes This Season The Detroit Pistons are now the experiment of Stan Van Gundy, president of basketball operations and the Pistons head coach. Despite prior trade rumors surrounding Pistons forward Josh Smith and the Sacramento Kings, Van Gundy has since told Smith that he

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VIDEO: Evan Turner gets ejected for hitting referee with ball

Evan Turner got ejected Wednesday night after tossing the ball at a referee.  Boston Celtics guard Evan Turner was ejected from the team’s preseason game against the Toronto Raptors Wednesday night, after he tossed the ball at a referee. Turner had already been assessed a technical foul for jawing at the refs during the third

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Best Offseason Moves For The 2014-15 NBA Season

Best Offseason Moves For The 2014-15 NBA Season The NBA offseason could still be impacted by some names that remain in free agency (Ray Allen, Andray Blatche…), but we pretty much have our rosters set for the 2014-15 NBA campaign, and it’s time for my third annual best NBA offseason moves list. I make this

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Erik Spolestra Says There Are Too Many Games In The NBA Season

Erik Spolestra Says There Are Too Many Games In The NBA Season Much is being discussed about the traditional schedule and regulatory rules of the NBA lately. The league is experimenting with a shortened 44-minute game in the Nets/Celtics preseason game on Sunday, which means 11-minute quarters instead of twelve. When Miami Heat coach Erik

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Steve Nash Injures Back

Steve Nash Injures Back Los Angeles Lakers point guard Steve Nash injured his back while carrying bags on Wednesday, reports ESPN, which kept Nash out of a third straight day of practice and unavailable to play in the Lakers’ preseason game against the Utah Jazz on Thursday. Nash, 40, was only able to play 15

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Shaq: Knicks Need Two Superstars To Thrive In Triangle

Shaq: Knicks Need Two Superstars To Thrive In Triangle Shaquille O’Neal was part of a dynasty with Phil Jackson and the Los Angeles Lakers. Jackson’s triangle offense, which is currently being integrated into his New York Knicks via head coach Derek Fisher, was the structure surrounding the superstar duo of Shaq and rising star Kobe

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Jason Kidd: Bucks Contacted Ray Allen

Jason Kidd: Bucks Contacted Ray Allen Ray Allen, the greatest three-point shooter of all time, has yet to decide whether or not to enter his 19th NBA season or retire as a future Hall of Famer. Allen has been most popularly linked to the Cleveland Cavaliers due to him expressing the desire to continue to

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Wesley Matthews: 'I'm the best two-way shooting guard in the NBA'

Wesley Matthews thinks he’s the best two-way shooting guard in the NBA. During an interview with Erik Gundersen of The Columbian, Portland Trailblazers guard Wesley Matthews stated that he believe’s that he’s not only an underrated two guard, but that he’s the best two-way shooting guard in the NBA. I’m never going to be the

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VIDEO: Jason 'White Chocolate' Williams dominates at Orlando Pro Am

Jason Williams, AKA “White Chocolate” still has game. Although he is 38-years-old, Jason “White Chocolate” Williams still has game. Williams was spotted at an Orlando Pro Am last week, and he absolutely put on a show. Some footage of his electric performance surfaced on YouTube. Check it out below: Williams hasn’t played in the NBA

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