Archive for April 26th, 2007

Thursday, April 26th, 2007

Herb to the Pacers?

Knicks Rumors & News

According to The New York Daily News’ Frank Isola, Knicks assistant coach Herb Williams is a candidate to replace departed Pacers coach Rick Carlisle in Indiana. Herb posted a 16-27 record with the Knicks as interim coach following the firing of Lenny Wilkens in 2005.

Isola indicates that if Herb does leave, there is the possibility that Patrick Ewing could replace him on Isiah Thomas’s coaching staff.

Kidd Banged Up

Nets Rumors & News

WFAN is reporting that Nets guard Jason Kidd did not practice today due to left knee soreness, and is scheduled to undergo a precautionary MRI.

White In, Elias Out

Devils Rumors & News

While Devs’ defenseman Colin White looks set to return for tonight’s Game 1 of the second round against the Ottawa Senators, the team will be without captain Patrik Elias, who had missed the last two practices with what the team is calling a cold. A cold? Really? There’s got to be more to this one…


Mets Rumors & News


New York Post


New York Post

Pelfrey sustains pelting


Pelfrey’s Grip on His Rotation Spot Is Becoming Tenuous

New York Times

Randolph will take fifth for next turn

New York Daily News

Pelfrey searching for answers after loss to Rockies

The Journal News

Pettitte v. Dice-K On Friday

Yankees Rumors & News

Apparently last night’s drizzle was too intense to play ball in the Bronx.

Conveniently, the rainout affords the Yankees the opportunity to realign their rotation so that Andy Pettitte will now oppose Red Sox pitcher Daisuke Matsuzaka Friday night at the Stadium.

Jeff Karstens had been scheduled to open the weekend series against the rival Sox, however Karstens could potentially now start on Saturday in the place of the shakey Kei Igawa. Chien-Ming Wang is set to go for the final game of the series on Sunday, while Phil Hughes will make his major league debut tonight as planned.

UPDATE: It will be Karstens on Saturday. Igawa is evidently wearing on Torre and the coaching staff.

Blueshirts’ Bubble Bursts

Rangers Rumors & News

Via The New York Post’s Larry Brooks:

The 5-2 defeat wasn’t inflicted by the Sabres so much as the Rangers inflicted it upon themselves. They were their own worst enemies.

Hardly under siege or relentless pressure, the Blueshirts nevertheless self-destructed. They took a string of senseless penalties – three offensive zone infractions within the opening 14:26; shorthanded for 8:09 of the first 24:19 while on the power play for only nine seconds – that took their toll. At the same time, their positional game deteriorated.

“In my mind, it comes down to not getting the puck in deep and not having the third man high [in the offensive zone],” said Sean Avery, who took two holding penalties and essentially was ineffective. “If you don’t do those two things, they’re just too talented, too fast and can score.”

Net Loss

Nets Rumors & News

(AP PHOTO/CP, Frank Gunn)

Nets cough up chance to go up 2-0


Nets fall to Raptors to even series at 1



New York Post

Nets fall to Raptors, 89-83

Newark Star Ledger

Youthful Exuberance Carries Day for Raptors

New York Times

  • Press Harbor