According to Adrian Wojnarowski, the Nets are one of the teams interested in the second year combo guard Tyler Johnson of the Heat. Johnson, 24, is a hyper-athletic lefty who averaged 8.7 points on 38 percent shooting from deep with the Heat this past season. He also played 15 games in the D-League where he averaged 18.5 points, 4.3 rebounds and 4.3 assists. Johnson is covered...
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Knicks.com's Jonah Ballow with Lance Thomas on a new episode of Speed Drills. Thomas talks about flying to space, favorite cartoons, and the best rivalry in sports.
Lance Thomas may be the Knicks' most consistent bench player right now. Try finding someone who predicted that at the start of the season. Thomas, who entered the year as an afterthought, one of the few holdovers from a team that won just 17 games a season ago, has improved his nearly nonexistent three-point shooting to 42 percent. He's capably guarding three positions: shooting...
Carmelo Anthony insisted that if anyone expects him to change the way he demonstrates leadership this coming season, think again. Anthony defended his leadership style — one that lacks being overly vocal — by saying the ability to motivate and inspire teammates can take on many different forms. “I lead in my own way,” he said, via ESPN. “I will speak up from time to...
Lance Thomas and the New York Knicks have agreed upon a one-year, $1.6 million deal, league sources tell RealGM. Thomas was acquired midseason from the Oklahoma City Thunder. Thomas averaged 8.3 points and 3.0 rebounds in 26.0 minutes per game after his trade to the Knicks. Thomas went to high school in Newark, New Jersey and played collegiately at Duke.
As if things weren't bad enough for the New York Knicks, Lance Thomas went out on Tuesday night and took their pathetic season to a whole 'nother level. During a game which Boston owned from start to finish, Thomas went out and tried his best to win the ESPY for Flop of the Year:I can kind of see where Thomas is coming from, I have had the same reaction these past few weeks when...
NEW YORK (AP) The New York Knicks have signed forward Lance Thomas for the remainder of the season. The team made the announcement on Saturday. The 6-foot-8 Thomas is averaging 10.6 points, 4.4 rebounds and 2.0 assists over 25.5 minutes in seven games with New York. He signed the first of two 10-day contracts on Jan. 10.
Via Associated Press
January 31, 2015 | Discuss
You know, I thought NBA refs were supposed to officiate games to ensure all rules are enforced. You know like making sure players don’t double-dribble, travel, step out of bounds and other infractions. However, it seems the NBA rules don’t apply to New York’s Lance Thomas. Against the Hornets, Thomas broke so many rules in one sequence that it is mind-boggling how he got away...
Knicks forward Lance Thomas committed three violations against the Hornets and was not whistled for any of them.
Free agent forward Lance Thomas has reached agreement on a training camp deal with the Oklahoma City Thunder, league sources told RealGM. Thomas played for the Chicago Bulls in the Las Vegas summer league in July, averaging 7.6 points and 4.4 rebounds in five games. He gives the Thunder an active camp body to compete for a regular season roster spot. After four years at Duke, Thomas...
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