New York Knicks

Kemba Walker Hits Buzzer-Beater, Game-Winner for Hornets; Bulls Blow Out Knicks

Charlotte Hornets point guard Kemba Walker is a happy man. New recipient of a four-year, $48 million contract extension, he was also his team’s hero in their first game of the 2014-15 NBA season. Walker shot just 9-for-26 on the night, but two of those nine counted for a little something extra. First, Walker hit this buzzer-beating three to send the game to overtime, after the Hornets came back from more than 20 points down against the Milwaukee Bucks:

The NBA’s Must-Watch Games of the Week

No Shortage of Slugfests for the League's Opening Week

The NBA season is here. Well, tomorrow it will be, anyway — and we’re here to guide you through the year’s most exciting appetizer contests.

Houston Rockets @ Los Angeles Lakers - Tuesday, October 28, 10:30 PM ET, TNT

Watch Footage of Knicks Legend Willis Reed Beating Up The Whole Lakers Team in 1966 (VIDEO)

There’s a certain gasp of annoyed disbelief when you go to the movies, and it’s an action film, and just one man is making like Achilles, effortlessly bashing the brains out of the dozens of hulky villains attacking him. It’s fun to watch, but it’s certainly not realistic. Neither is what New York Knicks legend Willis Reed did to the Los Angeles Lakers in an October 1966 game.

Phil Jackson Is Dissing the Lakers’ Jim Buss

The Zen Master Continues to Play Mind Games

It’s salt in Lakers fans’ wounds every time they see Phil Jackson’s face next to the New York Knicks logo, not theirs. (Now they know how Chicago Bulls fans felt for the better part of a decade). It’s even worse when Jackson, the Knicks’ new president of basketball operations, rubs the salt around.