Monthly Archives: November 2009
By MARC BERMAN
Had Stephon Marbury stayed longer at the Knicks game Saturday night, he might have broken into a chant: "Fire D’Antoni!"
Marbury had no complaints that Garden security did not let him stay in a first-row courtside seat during Saturday night’s home opener, but still has a beef with the Knicks head coach, feeling Mike D’Antoni should be fired in favor of Mark Jackson.
Jordan Farmar now has extra motivation, should he need it. So does Adam Morrison.
Antonio Daniels is continuing to weigh his options after clearing waivers on Tuesday. A source close to the situation tells HOOPSWORLD that Daniels is receiving significant interest from a number of new teams.
Rajon Rondo took two shots last night and hit one for two points.
But forget about Paul Pierce and Ray Allen.
By K.C. Johnson Tribune reporter
If the Bulls were smart Sunday, they wouldn’t just beat the Heat in their first game of the Dwyane Wade Recruitment Tour.