When you’re the biggest off-season addition for a team that led the NBA in wins a season ago, expectations are high.
No need to be too concerned about the outcome, really, since one made free-throw at the end of regulation flips the script.
Carmelo Anthony called it a statement game, and the message should be clear for the Chicago Bulls. If they do meet in the playoffs, the Bulls better finish off Anthony and the Knicks when they have the chance.
Some players get named to the All-Star roster based on name recognition alone, while others—even when they are putting up “career numbers”—won’t even sniff the game.
Joined by superstars such as Kobe Bryant and Carmelo Anthony, player representatives from NBA teams are meeting to discuss the league’s proposal for a new labor deal.
As it seems more and more likely the players will not take the owners’ recent 50-50 revenue split, the likelihood of there being a season will continue to drop, but that doesn’t mean the ball will stop bouncing for LeBron James, Kevin Durant, Carmelo Anthony, and others.
David Stern and Billy Hunter are still hard at work trying to save the NBA season but it appears that many of the league’s top stars are getting ready to hit the road for a two-week world tour that will consist of six games spanning across four continents.
Several NBA coaches have turned in stellar performances this season, but Tom Thibodeau and George Karl have risen above the rest
The Chicago Bulls defeated the New York Knicks on Tuesday night to bring their regular season record to 61-20.
The Chicago Bulls have had a great season so far, they’ve reached the 60-win mark, clinched the Eastern Conference’s No. 1 seed and have the frontrunner for the league’s MVP award.
At the peak of his global celebrity, Michael Jordan’s pitch to potential consumers of his branded products was refreshingly direct.
Don’t feel bad…..you are not alone. March Madness has become as American as the Air Jordans (made in China).
Ah, the trade deadline! Speculation and rumors are tossed around more during this time of the season than bean bags in a corn-hole tournament.
The three-ring circus surrounding Carmelo Anthony is over. Let the speculation about how Anthony will fit in with the Knicks and who lost in the trade begin.
Attention New York Knicks fans: if you are wondering when you are going to win your first NBA Championship since 1973…I will let you in on a little secret, okay?
Carmelo Anthony basically forced his way out of Denver and demanded to be traded to the New York Knicks or New Jersey Nets. And that raises an important question as the NBA enters the early phases of renegotiating their CBA:
The drawn out Carmelo Anthony sweepstakes may have finally come to a close. According to the Associated Press, the New York Knicks have reached a deal with the Denver Nuggets.
The ongoing saga of Carmelo Anthony has been mere background noise for the Bulls fan.
A rumor surfaced on Friday that the New Jersey Nets and the Denver Nuggets has agreed on a deal that would send All-Star Carmelo Anthony to New Jersey.
A high-end Hollywood publicist could not have planned it any better for Derrick Rose and the Bulls.