The New York Knicks lost with a score of 96 points against the Houston Rockets' 120 points.
This is the Knicks' 14th consecutive loss for this season and the Rockets won over the Knicks for the 11th straight time. Rockets shooting guard James Harden scored 25 points and 9 assists.
A group of men in the front row who claimed to be Knicks fans wore paper bags over their heads during the game saying that they want to send a message that "The Knicks stink and Melo is a bum." more >>
Nike, Inc. is yet again to release a whole new horde of Air Jordan footwear variants like the Air Jordan 4 retro, Air Jordan XX9, Air Jordan 7 and many more in the coming days.
SneakerNews.com provided a more detailed information regarding the price and outing dates of upcoming Air Jordans. They are as follows:Air Jordan 29 – with colors black, white-dark, grey-gym red. To be released Jan. 10, 2015. Posted price $225. Air Jordan 4 "Columbia" – with colors blue and white combination. To be released Jan. 10, 2015. Posted price $190. Air Jordan 4 GG – with colors black/fuchsia force-flash lime. To be released Jan. 17, 2015. Posted price $140. Air Jordan 7 "French Blue" – with colors blue and white combination. To be released Jan. 24, 2015. Posted price $190.
Sneaker News additionally posted February 2015 Air Jordan releases: more >>
In the midst of the NFL playoffs, some churchgoers might find themselves in a quandary over whether to skip a worship service or watch their favorite football team still in the hunt, but a recently released survey shows that most churchgoers would rather attend worship service.
In a recent LifeWay Research study of a random sample of 2,000 Americans, with the survey conducted only on those who are Christians and attend religious service, more than 8 in 10 (83 percent) of the faithful disagree with the statement: "I would skip a weekly worship service in order to watch my favorite football team."
The survey of 994 churchgoers also showed that nearly 7 in 10 (68 percent) strongly disagree. Only about 1 in 7 churchgoers (15 percent) say they'd skip church in order to watch their favorite football team. more >>
After being traded to the Dallas Mavericks several weeks ago, rumors have it that four-time All Star player Rajon Rondo is already considering free agency and departing from the team.
Reports have appeared claiming that while the Mavs and Rondo signed a deal last month, there were no explicit promises made between both parties of resigning. Because of this, Rondo is keeping an eye out for other teams.
Sources told Sporting News that the Mavericks made no commitments of a max contract while Rondo is said to be eyeing other teams, specifically the Los Angeles Lakers and New York Knicks. more >>
Robert Griffin III's NFL season may be over, but the Washington Redskins quarterback is seeking to change lives off of the field with his new foundation.
Griffin, the 24-year-old Christian QB, decided to start the new year with his wife Rebecca Griffin by debuting a new website for their Family of 3 organization. The Family of 3 organization website offers people a way to "become a member of the family and make a difference," and the Griffins described ways to do just that in a statement to The Christian Post.
"As we begin a New Year, we are filled with excitement as our mission to make a lasting, positive impact on the world is finally underway with the release of our new foundation website familyof3.org," the Griffins said in a statement. "When you visit the website, you will find that there are many ways that you can become a member of the Family, and make a difference. You can do this through getting official Family of 3 wristbands, bidding on one of our unique auction items, placing a flat donation, and/or by just spreading the word as far as you can via social media." more >>
The man suspected of killing Adrian Peterson's 2-year-old son Tyrese Ruffin in 2013 is back in police custody after turning himself in Tuesday.
Joseph Robert Patterson was dating Tyrese's mother whom he lived with when he called 911 to allege that the 2-year-old boy stopped breathing after choking on a snack. However, prosecutors said Patterson beat the toddler which resulted in the young boy's death.
Last June, Patterson allegedly assaulted Tyrese's mother and faces aggravated assault and kidnapping charges, according to the Associated Press. Although he was released on $2 million bond in September, the Minnehaha County Sheriff's Office issued an arrest warrant for Patterson recently. more >>