- Geek & Sci-Fi
Nine years before The Malice At The Palace, a brawl between the Knicks and Suns changed the NBA forever.
There's a pretty high profile job open in New York City if anybody wants it.
In order NY to win again, change has to happen in the backcourt.
For the Fox Sports 'You Bet Your Ass' challenge, SNL's Cecily Strong and NFL star Jason Pierre Paul faced off over their NBA teams.
I'd like to send a special shoutout to Shump for what he did to "The Truth" tonight in Brooklyn.
Stat could barely call himself an NBA player this year, so the least he could have done was watch his team play. Clearly, he didn't.
Just hold on, Knicks fans, you're now home.
Earl's shot barrage wasn't enough to save NY.
Nick Cannon is lucky that booing was the worst thing to happen to him for interrupting a basketball game.
Blood was drawn, hatred was renewed and pleasantries were exchanged when the Pacers and Heat squared off.
It's the one that got away for Swaggy P but everything else was working in his favor.
LeBron misses a game, Grizz continue their hot streak,
The Big Show is reportedly coming to The Big Apple.
Dirk cut the lights off in MSG.
The pesky Magic do it again. And it's time someone had a heart-to-heart with Kobe Bryant about this season.
As D'Angelo Barksdale once noted, "The king stay the king."
At least one New York Knicks fan isn't too pleased with how Raymond Felton's poor play affects the team.
In perhaps the most random celebrity courtside pairing we'll see this year, Meryl Streep and 50 Cent cheered on the Knicks against the Lakers.