Recap: Knicks 94, Thunder 95

First Quarter Thunder head coach Scott Brooks tried to get Kevin Durant going right off the bat, getting him the ball either in the post or on the wing for an isolation on 5 of the Thunder’s first 6 halfcourt possessions. James White started in his fifth straight game, only his second with Carmelo Anthony… More


Steve Novak’s Diminishing Worth

When NBA players are labeled “one-dimensional,” it usually means they are incompetent at either offense or defense, the two sides of the court. With Steve Novak, it’s a different case. Novak’s defense and rebounding are both non-existent, but he is of just one use on offense. Novak has been one of the best 3-point shooters in the entire league… More

Tyson Chandler’s Historic Streak

Tyson Chandler has collected 20 rebounds in each of the Knicks’ past three games and the team went home happy with a win on each occasion. In these contests, Chandler averaged 13 defensive rebounds and 7 offensive rebounds a night and averaged a rebound percentage of 32.7%, which would lead the league by a landslide. Since… More

2013 Knicks Mid-Season Awards

With 41 games behind the New York Knicks in this 2012-2013 campaign, it’s officially  mid-season time and the Knickerbockers stand at a solid 28-15 record, good for second best in the East. Time to take a look back at which players surprised us, which storylines boggled our minds, and other random things that we can… More

J.R. Smith #8 of the New York Knicks reacts after Paul Pierce of the Boston Celtics lost possession of the ball in the final seconds of the fourth quarter during the game on January 24, 2013 at TD Garden in Boston, Massachusetts.

Recap: Knicks 89, Celtics 86

For the first time since 2006, the New York Knicks have beaten the Boston Celtics in Boston. First Quarter The Knicks started James White at three, moving Melo to his most prosperous spot at the power forward, and having Kidd start with Iman Shumpert in the backcourt. Paul Pierce opened up in typical “Ha-ha, you’re… More


In Defense of Tyson Chandler

Another All-Star voting behind us, another year of fans, at least the intelligent ones, pleading for reform. It goes without saying that this method of voting, in which players will start in the NBA’s annual All-Star game, is built to honor the most popular and well-known players, but not neccesarily the best. To those who… More