During the first quarter of a game between Italy and Georgia on Friday, Andrea Bargnani suffered a left ankle injury. He left the game and underwent an MRI. 137 more words
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Last season, the Brooklyn Nets were 24th in the NBA in pace (possessions per game) under old-school coach Lionel Hollins. Before than Hollins had been in Memphis and when he took them over for the 2009-10 season they were a top 10 team in pace, but by the time he was let go they were dead last in the league. 205 more words
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NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — Andrea Bargnani did not live up to expectations during his brief stint with the Knicks, and that’s being kind.
The 7-foot-0, 245-pound Italian was traded to New York in July of 2013. 207 more words
Andrea Bargnani is no stranger to the term “enigma” – it’s perhaps the word most associated with the former No. 1 overall pick.
Bryan Colangelo, the former Toronto Raptors general manager who drafted Bargnani in 2006, once referred to the Italian big man as “the enigma of all enigmas.” Now, Phil Jackson has joined the chorus. 277 more words
Throughout his first full season as president of the Knicks, Phil Jackson gave ESPN.com’s Charley Rosen significant behind-the-scenes access and insight to his thought process, which has culminated in an after-the-fact series of pieces telling the story of the season from Jackson’s perspective. 292 more words