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Five takeaways from the Lakers' 113-109 loss to the Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — Tuesday night’s game had some high-profile attendees — something that tends to happen when at Madison Square Garden. There was, of course, the regular crowd — Spike Lee, Odell Beckham Jr., musicians, other New York Giants and some models. But the Lakers brought their top brass too. General manager...
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Lakers' road trip magic ends in a 113-109 overtime loss to the Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Tania Ganguli) — The Lakers’ road trip magic ended on Tuesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks beat the Lakers 113-109 in overtime. Kristaps Porzingis scored 37 points to lead all scorers. Kentavious Caldwell-Pope led the Lakers with 24 points. With his family watching from courtside seats, Lonzo Ball...
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Five takeaways from the Clippers' 107-85 loss to New York

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — 1. The second-half collapse was completed in the fourth quarter when it appeared as if the Clippers stopped competing. Their deficit ballooned to 26 points, with their effort waning every step of the way during their loss to the New York Knicks on Monday night. The Clippers scored only 17 points...
  • 26 days ago
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Clippers are more than ready for Patrick Beverley's return

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — Though the stumbling Clippers updated Patrick Beverley’s chance to return Monday night from doubtful to questionable, his teammates seemed certain that the point guard would be back for the game against the Knicks. After the Clippers lost their eighth consecutive game Saturday night to the Charlotte...
  • 27 days ago
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LeBron James declares himself the king of New York in an Instagram post

Los Angeles Times (Chuck Schilken) — LeBron James attempted to get the last word in his feud with some members of the New York Knicks with an Instagram post on Tuesday morning.
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Former NBA player Landry Fields parts with ocean-view house in Manhattan Beach

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — California basketball product Landry Fields, who played for the New York Knicks and Toronto Raptors, has sold his home in Manhattan Beach for $2.325 million. Found about three blocks from the beach, the Spanish-vibe house features such details as cherry wood floors, modern chandeliers and an elevator...
  • 94 days ago
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Clippers hire Mark Hughes as an assistant general manager

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — The Clippers have hired Mark Hughes as an assistant general manager, said an NBA executive who was not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Hughes had been the director of player personnel with the New York Knicks. He becomes the third executive added to the Clippers’ front office this week,...
  • 115 days ago
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Knicks center Joakim Noah scores an offseason spot in breezy Malibu

Los Angeles Times (Neal J. Leitereg) — Count Joakim Noah among those who have jumped into Malibu’s summer rental scene. The Knicks big man has leased a home in the Sunset Mesa neighborhood for $25,000. The renovated contemporary has views of the ocean and mountains from its hilltop lot. Polished interiors feature open-plan spaces, wide-plank...
  • 130 days ago
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Gerald Madkins leaves Clippers to join the New York Knicks' front office

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — Gerald Madkins, who spent the last five seasons working as an executive in the Clippers’ front office, has taken a job with the New York Knicks to become the team’s assistant general manager, said NBA officials who were not authorized to speak publicly on the matter. Madkins joins newly promoted...
  • 147 days ago
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Knicks owner James Dolan played a gig with his band at the same time as the NBA draft

Los Angeles Times (Chuck Schilken) — Rumors were swirling around the New York Knicks in the days leading up to the NBA draft, with folks wondering if team President Phil Jackson was really going to trade young star-in-the-making Kristaps Porzingis. But Knicks owner James Dolan was staying out of it. So much so that he was playing...
  • 177 days ago
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D'Antoni's success with the Rockets has made people forget his time with the Lakers and the Knicks

Los Angeles Times (Paul Coro) — Mike D’Antoni is coaching a second-round NBA playoff team for the first time in 10 years. Houston’s season has turned into vindication at his fifth NBA head-coaching stop. It has enhanced memories of how D’Antoni thrived on his last playoff deep dive in Phoenix and glossed over his sideline struggles...
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Knicks' President Phil Jackson on Carmelo Anthony: He 'would be better off somewhere else'

Los Angeles Times (Chuck Schilken) — New York Knicks President Phil Jackson told reporters Friday that Carmelo Anthony “would be better off” playing for another team. Jackson also suggested that the Knicks might be better off to move on without the star player, who just happens to have a no-trade clause. "We've not been able to win...
  • 247 days ago
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Knicks' Joakim Noah suspended 20 games by NBA for use of banned substance

Los Angeles Times Joakim Noah of the New York Knicks was suspended 20 games without pay for violating the league's anti-drug policy. He tested positive for a substance found in some over-the-counter supplements, the league said Saturday. Noah has not played since Feb. 4 and likely was to miss the Knicks' final 10...
  • 267 days ago
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Clippers watch Utah Jazz-New York Knicks game with interest

Los Angeles Times (Broderick Turner) — Now, Doc Rivers wasn’t rooting for Utah to lose its game against the New York Knicks on Wednesday night, but the Clippers coach wasn’t rooting for the Jazz to win, either. Rivers watched the game with interest because the Jazz are lining up as a potential Western Conference playoff foe for the...
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