The New York Knicks, Brooklyn Nets and the NBA, in collaboration with Huang Ping, China's consul general, have donated one million surgical masks to be distributed to New York City's essential workers amid the coronavirus pandemic.
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Larry Hardesty reacts to the top news stories of the day including Doris Burke's emotional conversation about her COVID-19 diagnosis.
Rick Pitino returns to America from Greece to coach at Iona. He joins Seth Greenberg and Dan Dakich to talk about his biggest career regrets, his exit from Louisville, being inspired by Brett Brown to coach in Greece, his experiences in the EuroLeague (12:14), why he shouldn't have been president of the Celtics, his plans for the Gaels (24:07) and what advice his son gave him on returning to college basketball (36:21).
Larry Hardesty reacts to Stephon Marbury and other athletes stepping up and helping in a huge way during this Covid-19 crisis and more.
Former NBA star Stephon Marbury, who now coaches in China, is trying to broker a deal for 10 million medical masks to be sold to New York by a Chinese company.
James Dolan, the executive chairman of Madison Square Garden Company and owner of the Knicks and Rangers, has tested positive for the coronavirus.
Larry reacts to the Top News of the day including Doris Burke's positive COVID-19 test, Mark Rubin's comments on the Sixers and much more.
Clippers owner Steve Ballmer has reached an agreement to purchase the Forum in Inglewood for $400 million in cash from The Madison Square Garden Company, clearing the biggest obstacle in the franchise's way of building a new arena in the area.
Hall of Fame broadcaster Mike Breen joined Chris to take a thoughtful look back at the 1990's Knicks and how the ride was for him calling those games.
Chris was joined by Jeff Van Gundy to take a look back at the 1990's Knicks and what that momentous time was like for the city of New York.
Our NBA experts examine what an extended layoff could mean for every Eastern Conference team.
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A casualty of the Coronavirus - in addition to the rest of the NBA season, for now - is the Knicks' planned March 21 celebration of the 50th anniversary of their 1969-70 championship. All five starters were also members of the second of two title teams in franchise history, three years later.
Chris McNealy, a onetime Knick, remains in California due to travel restrictions