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Knicks Fire Coach David Fizdale
The troubled team let go of its second-year coach after a 4-18 start, including blowouts in the last two games. The Knicks are on pace for their worst season ever.
Yes, Luis Scola Is Still Playing (Now in Milan)
This week’s newsletter catches up with Luis Scola, 39, to talk about how the N.B.A. has changed since he left two years ago and about his surprising World Cup silver medal as part of Argentina’s team.
The Nets Win One for Their Culture
After beating the Celtics on Friday, the Nets improved to 6-2 without Kyrie Irving. They’ve relied on some familiar faces to recover from a difficult start to the season.
Chasing Tim Duncan
Duncan is back with the San Antonio Spurs, as an assistant coach. Yet little has changed besides his title: He’s a force on the court — and he’s not saying much.
Why Nerds Rule the N.B.A.
In this week’s newsletter: a look at analytics, what Andre Iguodala has to offer and the team whose record obscures its success on offensive.
Jamal Crawford Wants His Melo Moment
In this week’s newsletter, Marc Stein talks to Crawford about his desire to continue playing in the N.B.A., even as his 40th birthday draws near.