San Antonio Spurs defeat New York Knicks, 97-87

SAN ANTONIO - A defiant Mike D'Antoni vowed Wednesday that he won't make changes to his Knicks coaching staff.

"We're not throwing anybody under the bus," D'Antoni said. "That's not going to happen."

The question about making changes on the bench was posed to D'Antoni by a reporter and not by Donnie Walsh. The Knicks president has given no indication that he wants to revamp D'Antoni's staff.

However, sources close to the Knicks president say that Walsh is concerne...

Spurs 97, Knicks 87

SAN ANTONIO - Eddy Curry looked to be rusty, unsure of his footing and generally lacking confidence in his overall game.

And that was just in the layup line.

As for the actual game, well, let's just say Curry didn't have trouble finding his comfort zone. The Knick center's latest comeback has been postponed until tomorrow in Memphis at the earliest. Yes, even Curry's comebacks have comebacks.

A right sore calf, the same injury that ended Cur...