The 17th pick in the 2011 draft, Iman Shumpert was Donnie Walsh’s last “gift” to Knicks fans. The mix of cheers, boos, and “what the…who?!” permeated MSG the night Shump was drafted in the 1st round of a fairly deep draft. It didn’t take long, however, for the Garden to chant his name and for… More
The 6’11 big man out of UMass came in to the league with a lot of fanfare. A storied college career capped by a run to the Final Four and a Wooden Award, before leaving after his junior season, led a lot of people to believe that Camby was destined for NBA greatness…and for the… More
November 1st, 2012, at 7 pm, is not just the first night that the Brooklyn Nets will play a meaningful (i.e. an actual game that counts) game on their home floor, but it will also be their first game against your New York Knicks!
NBA Summer League action is ‘fan-tastic’! Another slow start (4 of 13 FG in the 1st quarter) and the Knicks found themselves playing from behind again today! The Knicks’ squad was more aggressive on both ends of the floor today, but it didn’t seem to matter. It was for better or for worse, as they… More
Artsiom Parakhouski wins the opening tip, James “Flight” White (with a nice look) finds an open Chris Copeland for an easy bucket, and then… Well, suffice it to say, it wasn’t pretty! Before you say it, I know, I know…it’s the summer league! As Anthony Donahue pointed out, some people were comparing Renaldo Balkman to… More
When the Knicks picked up journeyman forward Steve Novak off of waivers last season, I didn’t really think much of it. I mean, at first blush, this is a guy that was cut by the Spurs (his fifth team in seven seasons), and if Coach Pop can’t find a way to utilize this guy, I… More