With the 24th pick in the 2013 NBA draft, the New York Knicks have selected Tim Hardaway Jr. out of Michigan. Hardaway Jr. is a 6’6″, 185 pound junior. Last season, he played 34.9 minutes per game and averaged 14.2 points, on 42.9% shooting, 4.5 rebounds and 2.4 assists.
1. Did we learn anything about this series in Game 1? Danny Guerrero: Not sure we learned anything new in Game 1. Both teams struggled offensively (the Celtics more than the Knicks), but that can be attributed to a couple of things. The Knicks were without Pablo Prigioni, who has been orchestrating the offense for about […]
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Today, Forbes has updated their annual NBA franchise evaluations. The New York Knicks are now the NBA’s most valuable franchise, coming in at a valuation of $1.1 billion – a 41% increase from last year. To put that in perspective, the average NBA team is worth $509 million. The Knicks had a revenue of $243 […]
Well, despite being behind throughout, the New York Knicks were able to defeat the Minnesota Timberwolves by three, 94-91, and improved to 20-7 on the year. They finished their six-game home stand with four wins, and will head to Los Angeles, Phoenix and then Sacramento, before returning back home.
Despite receiving multiple stitches in his left hand, that left his palm looking like a baseball, Amare Stoudemire will not only play in game four, but he will start. Mike Woodson said that “Amare wanted to play” and that the doctors felt he was okay to go. For protection, Stoudemire will be wearing a padded […]
(In this case, No Amare and Lin, No Cry.) It all started at MSG. After a victory against the Pistons, both Amare Stoudemire and Jeremy Lin spoke with the media and insisted that they would be ready to play in the team’s next game. Each player suffered a minor injury. For Stoudemire, a sore lower […]
Due to the current lockout, instead of watching the first full season with Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire on the Knicks, we are left to imagine what could have been. Many, including myself, have anticipated this season to be one of the Knicks’ more successful years in more than a decade.