New York Knicks Rumors
“To go back to my day, even though we didn’t win the championship, the Sixers were worth watching. The Knicks were worth watching. The Pacers were worth watching when Reggie was there, same thing with Atlanta and Dominique. I just don’t think it’s good for business, but these young kids, they all fold to peer pressure and feel like they’ve got to win a championship or their life sucks. I don’t believe that. Listen, there’s not many people I’d trade my life with.”
According to league sources, Miami, San Antonio and the New York Knicks are among the teams interested in Oubre in free agency, and it’s easy to see him at his best, fitting into those places.
Tim Reynolds: Jokic wins, Embiid 2nd, Curry 3rd. Derrick Rose got an MVP first-place vote. League source tells AP it was not from media; it was the consensus fan vote. And LeBron James’ streak continues: 18 years with at least one MVP vote.
Justin Kubatko: The @Brooklyn Nets 39-point victory over the Bucks last night was easily the largest in franchise postseason history, ABA seasons included: +39 June 7, 2021 (Bucks) +28 April 7, 1974 (Squires) +24 May 4, 1974 (Stars) +24 April 17, 2004 (Knicks) +22 May 25, 2021 (Celtics)
Ben Golliver: Brooklyn Nets demolish Milwaukee Bucks 125-86 in Game 2 to take 2-0 series lead. – 39-point margin is biggest playoff win in Nets franchise history (Previous: 24 vs. Knicks in 2004). – 39-point margin is 2nd-biggest playoff loss in Bucks franchise history (54 vs. Bulls in 2015).
Ian Begley: This is Tom Thibodeau’s second NBA Coach of the Year award (first was 2010-11 with Chicago). Thibodeau is the first coach to win the award in his first year with two franchises and he’s the first Knick to win it since Pat Riley in 1993. Here is the NBA Coach of the Year voting: pic.twitter.com/pybbjQJCOi