It was the day before Halloween, and while costumes were at the ready across the city to turn kids into everything from the most popular superheroes to beloved characters, Jared Dudley was thinking about a different type of transformation.
Games against the Memphis Grizzlies are always tough, grit-and-grind slugfests that leave both teams beaten up, and Monday night was no exception. Joe Ingles caught an elbow from Grizzlies guard MarShon Brooks late in the fourth quarter, cutting the Jazzman above the left eye. Blood ran down Ingles’ face and he had to leave the game to be stitched up.
Nov 12, 2018 | by Holly MacKenzie, The New Orleans Advocate
Prior to the Pelicans taking on the league-leading Toronto Raptors on Monday night, Toronto coach Nick Nurse had high praise for New Orleans.
“They’re an offensive juggernaut,” he said. “They’re trying to hit you quick, with everything that they do. If you think you’re going to ease into possessions defensively… they’re going to score on you.”
After 11 years in the NBA, Ramon Sessions continues his career in Europe with Israeli powerhouse Maccabi Tel Aviv. As he said, he couldn’t think of a better opportunity of a club to make his debut outside the NBA.
“Maccabi fans: I’m Ramon Sessions. Eleven years in the NBA. First time overseas and I wouldn’t have a better chance to play with a better ...
Sammy Kass shouts, “That’s me!” as he spots a welcome sign on the Brooklyn Nets big screen with his picture. It was the beginning of an unforgettable night.
Sammy is a six-year-old pediatric liver transplant survivor. October is Liver Awareness month and DeMarre Carroll took the initiative to invite Sammy, his sister, and his mother Dara, who was also his organ donor, to his first ...
Collins scored 17 points (7-10 FG, 1-2 3Pt, 2-2 FT) while adding three rebounds, three assists and one block across 27 minutes in Monday's 103-93 win over the Pacers.
Collins now has three consecutive double-digit point outings off the bench as he has been nothing short of efficient. Collins continues to work behind other forwards in the rotation but seems to be ...
Not even a swollen, stitched-up lip could stop Tim Hardaway Jr. from lighting it up again.
The Knicks’ new go-to scorer, who took an elbow to the mouth from Rondae Hollis-Jefferson in the first half in drawing a charge, finished with 25 points, eight assists and five rebounds in the club’s 115-96 Garden win Monday night.
With Kristaps Porzingis and Kevin Knox injured, ...