The Brooklyn Nets introduced Jason Kidd as head coach Thursday afternoon in Brooklyn.
Yesterday was a fairly typical day in the public battle between Alex Rodriguez and the New York Yankees that's been going on since the Miami New Times reported links between Rodriguez and a nutritionist who allegedly supplied athletes with performance-enhancing drugs.
The Knicks weren't a well team during their recent slump, with injuried to Carmelo Anthony, Raymond Felton, Rasheed Wallace, Marcus Camby and others limiting their strength.
EAST RUTHERFORD—We'd gathered at a location that no longer makes sense to see a coach who was fired for reasons no one outside the Nets organization fully understands.(1)
The New York Knicks faced the Phoenix Suns Wednesday night on the road, knowing that without Carmelo Anthony or Raymond Felton, they'd need other players to assume roles they previously hadn't.
Tuesday night's 100-97 victory by the New York Knicks over the Brooklyn Nets was a game the Knicks had no business winning, and the Nets had no business losing.
As originally envisioned by the New York Knicks, Jason Kidd was brought in to be Jeremy Lin's backup.
It is tempting to believe, following the third straight dominant performance by the New York Knicks to open their season Monday night, that they will never lose again.
The offer has not been matched. Jeremy Lin is off to Houston.