King Kristaps Porzingis Keeps Getting Better

The Rockets are really struggling to get wins thus far, but they’re still a dangerous team. And yet, the New York Knicks beat them in Houston last night, thanks to a historic game from one Kristaps Porzingis. He became only the second player ever to record at least 24 points, 14 rebounds, 7 blocks, and multiple three… »11/22/15 12:45pm11/22/15 12:45pm

Fire Extinguisher Becomes Weapon In Fight Between Robin Lopez And The Rockets Mascot

Robin Lopez does not like mascots. He has had an ongoing series of beeves with just about every mascot in the NBA, including our friend Clutch the bear here. You may recall the wonderfully cryptic interview he gave about his disdain for the Toronto Raptor, but he is by no means limited to anti-reptile violence. »11/22/15 10:11am11/22/15 10:11am

Frank Isola Has An Adorable Story About A Young Stephon Marbury

New York Daily News reporter Frank Isola has known Stephon Marbury for a long time, even before the Coney Island-raised Marbury played for the Knicks. During a break on Thursday’s taping of Around The Horn, Isola told Jackie MacMullan of the time he helped out a 13-year-old Marbury, who was hanging around the locker… »10/16/15 1:12pm10/16/15 1:12pm

Matt Barnes Claims He Went To Estranged Wife's House Because He Was Worried About His Son

Today, Matt Barnes attempted to clarify his version of his uninvited weekend trip to estranged wife Gloria Govan’s home, where he allegedly fought former Lakers teammate and current Knicks head coach Derek Fisher. The 35-year-old claimed he drove to Redondo Beach after talking to his 6-year-old son, who felt uneasy… »10/08/15 3:56pm10/08/15 3:56pm

Phil Jackson Has No Problem Dumping On Ex-Knicks

Do you wish you were a fly on the wall of the New York Knicks’ basura 2014-15 season? Of course not, but Charley Rosen was, and he’s filing dispatches to ESPN from the one day each month he spent with Phil Jackson during the course of it. He’s now up to January 10, four days after the Knicks traded J.R. Smith and Iman… »7/20/15 5:18pm7/20/15 5:18pm

The World's Most Famous Dunk Victim Says He Tried To Kill Himself

Frederic Weis might not be known by name, but anyone with an intermediate knowledge of basketball can recognize him from any “best dunks” compilation on YouTube. The 7-foot-2 Frenchman had Vince Carter soar over him in the 2000 Summer Olympics with what’s now referred to as “la dunk de la mort,” or “the Dunk of… »7/14/15 1:16pm7/14/15 1:16pm