New York Teams

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Nets in the process of interviewing candidates for GM, add San Antonio executive Sean Marks to the list, sources confirmed. The list also includes Bryan Colangelo, Arturas Karnisovas, Danny Ferry, Gersson Rosas and Frank Zanin.

Mike Mazzeo ESPN Staff Writer 

The Nets held their final practice in East Rutherford, NJ today. They will move into a $50 million training facility in Brooklyn starting Feb. 17.

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Thomas makes Lowe's unique squad

Knicks forward Lance Thomas is a starter on Zach Lowe's fifth annual Luke Walton All-Stars. It's a roster created from players who have contributed in unexpected ways this season. Luke Walton All-Stars

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East Coast bias: #BadValentineIn5Words

Nothing to do with the Red Sox's former manager, Bobby. But it's a hashtag you could lose an hour scrolling through and the Yankees get in on the fun.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Plawecki told the Daily News he had sinus surgery in December. He figures that should alleviate the issues he dealt with last year related to dizziness, etc. -- especially during flights.

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Knicks or Kings: Who has it worse?

With Derek Fisher out in New York and George Karl expected to be fired, we ask our Insider experts if the Kings or Knicks are better shaped for the future.

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Thanasis Antetokounmpo has returned to the Knicks' D League club after the Knicks elected not to sign him to a second 10-day contract. The older brother of Giannis continues to pursue his NBA dream rather than head to Europe. Have to admire his determination.

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Knicks Daily Links: Tuesday

Top Headline: Tom Thibodeau should be Phil Jackson's top candidate to replace Derek Fisher.

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These ballers get it done when it matters most (1:13)

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

The first goal for Kurt Rambis? To get the Knicks' defense to improve. Rambis referenced the team's slide on that end of the floor during his press conference. The club ranks 19th in defensive efficiency. Rambis also plans to retain all of Fisher's assistants and may add one more.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Phil Jackson said that "there is a certain amount of levity to Kurt (Rambis)." The implication here is that Rambis' personality differs from that of Fisher, who wasn't known to take a light-hearted approach to his job.

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Should Luke Walton pick the Lakers or Knicks? (2:20)
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Joe Johnson beats the buzzer ... again

It has been a rough season for the Nets, but they still know who to go to when the game is on the line -- the most prolific buzzer-beater maker.

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