The playoffs are near. Like really near. I’ve had numerous people ask me where I want the Knicks to finish the season, and ultimately whom I’d prefer them to play in the first round: Miami or Chicago.
Last night, the New York Knicks defeated the Atlanta Hawks by a score of 113-112. Carmelo Anthony continued his domination in April, notching 39 points and collecting 10 rebounds. This marks ‘Melo’s seventh 30-plus point performance in 11 April games. Simply put, remarkable.
With the Bucks’ loss to the Indiana Pacers tonight, the Knicks have clinched a playoff birth for the second consecutive year. So, even though four games remain before the season officially concludes, no matter the outcome of those games, the Knicks will be playing playoff basketball. Mathematically, the Knicks could still end up with the […]
After defeating the Celtics last night, the Knicks traveled to New Jersey to play the New Jersey Nets for the last time. Ever.
Mike D’Antoni and the New York Knicks have come to a mutual decision to part ways. Yahoo reported that the two sides had “conflicting visions of the club’s future.” Mike Woodson will asume the head coaching role, in the interim.
Tonight, the Knicks battled back from a 17-point deficit to defeat the Cavaliers by 17, 120-103. After getting back Shumpert, Harrellson and Davis, the Knicks believed that had one of the deepest teams in the league, and tonight, they backed that notion up.
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New York Knicks It Is! — JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) February 17, 2012 Well, after Tommy Dee broke the news, JR Smith confirmed it. JR Smith, the 6’6″, 220 pound guard, is set to make his Knicks debut on Sunday against the Mavericks. Smith signed in New York for the “Mini” MLE, which is valued at […]
With his sudden emergence onto the NBA stage, Jeremy Lin has been added to the roster of the 2012 Rising Stars All-Star Game. Lin, along with fellow rookie Norris Cole, was a late addition, made by acting commissioner Kenny Smith.