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Knick Knacks: Knicks Roll Over Wizards, But Talk Continues About Replacing Woodson

The Knicks are 13-4 since Woodson took over, and Carmelo Anthony is playing like, well, Carmelo Anthony. Read More »

Knicks Are All Sound and No Fury in Loss to Heat

The Knicks are in what seems to be a downward spiral and there is no end in sight. Read More »

Putin: The United States Does Not Need Allies, It Needs Vassals

Russian Prime Minister Putin is in touch with the people and with big business as well. He is expected to retain his high office. Read More »

Boston Celtics Look To Heat & Heal Up Before The Break

Despite mounting injuries, Doc Rivers' squad remains one of the NBA's elite teams and aims to stay that way before the All-Star break. Read More »

Paul Pierce Joins Elite 20,000 Point Club

Paul Pierce became the 36th player in NBA history to score 20,000 career points Wednesday night. And he did it in style, leading his team to a thrilling victory. Read More »

Miami Heat Mania

The Miami Heat continue to keep fans satisfied with its fascinating moves and back-to-back wins. Read More »

Can the Bobcats Go Back to the Playoffs?

With the Eastern Conference gaining more talented players over the summer, where do the Bobcats stand? Read More »

The NBA Lottery’s Pretty Good, But…

I think we can humiliate the annual worst team a little more. Read More »