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Latest Raymond Felton Items
Amare Stoudemire shook the basket with his dunks. Raymond Felton found his shooters on the wings, and knocked down his own shots when left open.
Raymond Felton walked quickly and confidently to the line, ready to shoot the technical free throw the New York Knicks had just been awarded.
After a miserable start to the season in which he took shots at his players and himself, Larry Brown is out as coach of the Charlotte Bobcats in another messy exit in his well-traveled career.
LeBron James joining the Miami Heat was the signature moment during the free-agent rush last summer.
The Celtics, the Heat and the Knicks. One of those just doesn't seem to belong with the others.
Michael Jordan spoke confidently in late October, insisting that despite key personnel losses in the offseason, his Charlotte Bobcats were a "better off team than we were last year" and should "at minimum, make the playoffs."
Amare Stoudemire scored 24 of his 30 points in the second half, Wilson Chandler made the tiebreaking 3-pointer with 30 seconds left, and the New York Knicks beat the Denver Nuggets 129-125 on Sunday for their first eight-game winning streak in 16 years.
The Charlotte Bobcats have picked up the fourth-year option on point guard D.J. Augustin's contract and the third-year option on shooting guard Gerald Henderson's deal.
Michael Jordan has had little time to consider the significance of being the first ex-player to buy an NBA team and just the second black majority owner.