Apr 13, 2012 | by Brian T. Smith, Salt Lake Tribune
DeMarre Carroll was mentored by Memphis Grizzlies toughman Tony Allen. When Carroll starred in college at Missouri, he was called Junkyard Dog. In the Jazz’s 103-91 win against the Rockets on Wednesday, he re-sharpened his teeth.
Utah’s starting small forward recorded 10 points and seven rebounds — four offensive — building on his career-high 16-point outing Sunday at San Antonio.
Steve Novak was glad to be home, even if his home was not quite as happy to have him.
The Wisconsin native, who starred at Brown Deer High School and later at Marquette, helped bury his favorite boyhood team, scoring 10 points, including seven in the fourth quarter, in the Knicks’ 111-107 win over the Bucks last night at the Bradley ...
Mar 08, 2012 | by Vittorio Tafur, San Francisco Chroncile
Through Tuesday, Brandon Rush ranked second in the league in three-point field-goal percentage at 48.5, but over the five-game Eastern trip, the Warriors' reserve showed he can do more than shoot from beyond the arc.
Rush continually drove to the basket, and was 11-for-19 on two-pointers. He went 5-for-17 on threes. For the season, the 6-foot-6 swingman has not shot as ...
“OK, surprise me,” the Memphis centre says as a handful of media members descend upon him following the morning shootaround.
Gasol just expects the questions are going to be about his longer-NBA-tenured brother Pau, who could potentially find himself with a new team next week. Pau’s name is front and centre in trade speculation heading ...