August 1st, 2011
The coach with most wins in the history of the National Basketball Association – Don Nelson will meet with the leadership of the Minnesota Timberwolves at the beginning of next week and will discuss his possible appointment at the head of the “forest of wolves, the daily The Minneapolis Star-Tribune.
This week, executives of Minnesota has conducted interviews with Terry Porter, Mike and Rick Adelman Uudsan is expected in the near future the new coach of the team to be announced.
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Knicks won against Golden State Warriors
November 30th, 2008
The playmaker od New York Knicks Chris Duhon center of the team and David Lee made a fantastic game in late last night victory over Golden State Warriors with 138:125 in Madison Square Garden. Lee finished with incredible the match with 37 points and 21 fights, and Duhon set club record 22 Assists for success.
“Chris Duhon done a great job, work with me on pick-and-roll. He failed in this regard about 18 or 20 times,” Lee said after the match. The match was the first to Jamal Crawford against his former team and the first for Al Harrington against Warriors, realized during the week after a deal between the two clubs. Yet the loss was the fifth consecutive for the Golden State within East tour of the compound. In his wonderful performance Chris Duhon broke the record of Gary Ritchie of 12 December 1958, when the guard made 21 Assists in the game for Knicks. A year later let Gary and 57 points in one match for New York. Duhon marked 12 points in the success of Knicks last night.
“This suggests we need to make a guard,” said Duhon after the game. “It would be great if you can play like that in every game. I like to stick to get the boys to enter more. Most importantly, however, the won.”
For its part, David Lee is the first player in New York, noted that more than 30 points and has more than 20 fights in one game after the achievement of the club legend Patrick Yuing of 23 January 1994. Then Pat scored 36 points and controlled 21 balls for the success over Philadelphia 76.
The match last night was extremely useful, but halftime hosts had an advance of 18 points 82:64 in 20 points Lee. His basket 3.4 seconds before the break did improve the record for most points out a half in Madison Square Garden. Previous achievement was in Kansas City from 81 registered in December 8, 1979. The composition of Mike D`Anthony kept ahead in the third quarter by not allowing of their opponent even to think about turning. “Knicks” entered the final quarter with an advance of 20 points 116:96 and by the end of the match they do not have any problem, achieving a convincing success.
Al Harrington is distinguished by 36 points and 12 fights, and Chandler Wilson added 16 for the victory of New York. Jamal Crawford 21 points strand and controlled defeat in 12 fights of Warriors but was warmly greeted by fans in Madison Square Garden. Corey Maggette was most useful to visitors by 32 points and 12 fights, and CJ Watson strand 23 in the loss of the team of Don Nelson.
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