“I haven’t talked to him,” Stoudemire said following the Knicks‘ 131-125 loss to Utah Wednesday night. “I’ve got so many friends I talk to throughout the league, but I haven’t really talked to Carmelo at all.”…
Does texting count as talking?
And what does Donnie Walsh have to say about all this?
“I don’t have anything going with Denver,” Walsh told The News Wednesday. “Nothing.”…
“Look,” Walsh said about being OK with keeping the status quo this season. “I had a plan and I’m trying to build on the plan. If there was a reason to change the plan I’d change it.”
The Knick, Great American Railroad Journeys and Dad's Army: TV review – video
Telly addict Andrew Collins reflects on the week in TV, which for him is dominated by The Knick, the incredible New York-set early-1900s hospital drama from Cinemax, showing here on Sky Atlantic, whose first season Andrew binged on and whose second season is now showing. This is complemented by Michael Portillo’s Great American Railroad Journeys on BBC2, which also takes place in New York; doc Back In Time For The Weekend is another round of dressing up in the name of living social history; Dad’s Army (the original, not the new film) continues to delight 40 years later in repeats; and Artsnight returns at an unholy hour with a film about masks