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Liberty Respond By Quelling A Storm

Kara Braxton posted up in Tuesday night’s game. (Credit: Marlene Amaya-Vazquez) The New York Liberty needed this one badly. Fresh off a very disappointing loss to Chicago two days ago, Bill Laimbeer made some radical lineup changes, Cappie Pondexter had her role redefined, and Plenette Pierson had the game of her dreams, scoring 22 points and More...

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By Luis Vazquez On Monday, July 8th, 2013
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Laimbeer Hard on Liberty After Latest Loss, Back to Drawing Board

Elena Della Donne one on one against Liberty’s Katie Smith. (Credit: Marlene Amaya-Vazquez) It was just one of those days. Jumpers were off, inside layups rolled off the rim, free throws were missed, and after More...

By Luis Vazquez On Monday, July 8th, 2013
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NY Liberty: Are We There Yet? Team Returns Home after Splitting Four Game Road Trip

(Photo via NYLiberty.com) The New York Liberty went into the ten day, four city, roadtrip knowing that 3-1 was preferable, but after a loss to Chicago in the first stopover, that suddenly got revised to 2-2. The More...

By Anne Chavez On Friday, July 5th, 2013
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Knicks re-sign J.R. Smith & Pablo Prigioni

Knicks fans rejoice! Smith and Prigioni are back! (J.R. Smith’s Instagram post once the announcement was made; @teamwish) The New York Knicks and J.R. Smith have agreed to a four-year, $24.7 million contract, More...

By Shannon Hovan On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
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LaChina Weighs In: WNBA Analyst Talks Mid-Season News, Topics

With the WNBA All-Star break coming up in late July, I chatted with WNBA Analyst LaChina Robinson about the season thus far: impressive rookies, injury woes, sleeper teams and why the Tulsa Shock will make the playoffs. Delle More...

By Jason Mast On Wednesday, July 3rd, 2013
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The Nets Just Gambled, Big Time

Kevin Garnett (CelticLife.com) Mikhail Prokorov, Billy King, and Co. just went all in on the chance that a team featuring power and small forwards well past their prime, arguably the worst rebounding 7-footer in More...

By Steven Korn On Monday, July 1st, 2013
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KNICKS AGREE ON DEAL TO ACQUIRE 7′ BARGNANI

As the NBA free-agency frenzy began just a minute past midnight on July 1st, the salary cap-challenged New York Knicks started it off with a trade. With a dire need for defense and rebounding, the Knicks traded More...

By Steven Korn On Saturday, June 29th, 2013
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KNICKS SECURE SHOOTER, RIVAL ON CRAZY DRAFT NIGHT

David Stern’s 30th and final draft as NBA commissioner was far from dull. On a night that started with a surprise first pick and ended with a blockbuster trade, a draft that had little hype ended as one More...

By Guest On Saturday, June 29th, 2013
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SORRY NOEL FANS: VICTOR OLADIPO IS THE REAL NUMBER ONE PICK

Am I crazy, or is Victor Oladipo the most valuable player in the lottery?  Before the supporters of Nerlens Noel crucify me, let me just make my case for the 6’4” guard from Indiana. First the case against More...

By Matthew Hochberg On Friday, June 28th, 2013
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THE NEW LOOK BROOKLYN NETS

In just a matter of a few hours last night, the Brooklyn Nets transformed themselves from an average team into an instant title contender.  The Nets and Boston Celtics agreed on a trade that will send future Hall More...