Throughout the season I’ll be contributing to KnicksNow.com. My first post recently went live, and I’d love for you guys to check it out. LinFantasy: Jeremy Lin, people. It’s hard to imagine that the first NBA player of Taiwanese-descent, who graduated from Harvard and went undrafted, could make such an impact for the Knicks, […]
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Tonight, the Knicks kicked off their one and only back-to-back-to-back with an energy filled loss at home against the Bulls, by a score of 102-105. Now, like many times this season, the Knicks played three quarters of good basketball, but were debilitated by one quarter. Tonight, that quarter was the second.
First off, I’d like to apologize for the lack of posts recently. Starting tomorrow, we will be back to regular programming over here. Azaz wrote a fantastic post documenting Amare Stoudemire’s struggles, and I thought I would make a little graphic to back that up.
Amare Stoudemire has started the season taking a plethora of long-jumpers, rather then closer, higher-percentage shots, and even though he has gotten off to a slow start, statistically, I think he will have another fantastic season.
After losing what felt like 100 games in a row, the Knicks finally finished a game on top, by beating the Wizards 99-96, on the Wizards’ home floor. Now, I’m not going to pretend that this was a good win, because it wasn’t. It was ugly and way too close. The Knicks found themselves down […]
In Stoudemire’s first missed game of the season, the Knicks beat the Kings 114-92, on New Years Eve. The Knicks jumped out to an early lead, due to a 15-0 first-quarter run. Landry Fields, in particular, was very active. He showed flashes of his old self. He wasn’t worrying about creating, rather, he let the […]
Tonight, the Knicks will face off against the Warriors in the first game of a three-game road trip. After facing the Warriors, the Knicks will play the Lakers and Kings. Stephen Curry will likely sit, but will ultimately be a game time decision, due to re-aggravating his surgically repaired right ankle.
Jeremy Shu-How Lin is 23-years-old, and was born on August 23, 1988. Lin grew up in Palo Alto, California, where his parents chose to raise him after emigrating from Taiwan to the US in the ‘70’s. Jeremy Lin stands at 6’3”, which is amazing, considering both of his parents are 5’6”.
I hope you all have a fantastic day, and hopefully the Knicks give us the best present of all: a win!