Last night, Jeremy Lin and the Houston Rockets came to terms on a four-year deal worth $29.8 million. The deal will give Jeremy $5 million in the first year, $5.2 million in the second year, $9.2 million in the third year and the fourth year is a player option of $9.2 million. Somehow, Jeremy Lin […]
After Kenneth Dam ruled the Knicks would win their case against the NBA for the early bird-rights to Jeremy Lin and Steve Novak, the NBA immediately revealed that they planned to appeal the decision. The two parties have been in communication in hopes of coming to a settlement before the clock struck 12:01 AM, July […]
This is a guest post from Joe Genovese (@2PalsTlknSports). Be sure to follow him. Terrance Henry is my sleeper in the second round. He had a solid four-year career at Ole Miss and in his senior season, Henry averaged 12.5 points and 4.3 rebounds a game. Henry shot 45% from the field and was an […]
This is a guest post from Joe Genovese (@2PalsTlknSports). Be sure to follow him. In his junior season, Kim English had a poor season. He averaged just 10 points a game, on 36% shooting; He wasn’t thriving in then Mizzou head coach Mike Anderson’s system, but, despite his poor season, English put his name into […]
In yesterday’s game four victory over the Miami Heat, Baron Davis pushed the ball towards the hoop during a fast break, then proceeded to collapse, while clutching his knee. Earlier in the series, Knicks fans saw Iman Shumpert go down with a torn ACL, so when Boom Dizzle fell to the floor, we expected the […]
Tonight, the New York Knicks lost to the Miami Heat by 17, 87-70. For three quarters, the Knicks kept up with the Heat, but in the fourth quarter, Lebron James went super-human and Mario Chalmers stepped up to hit a few big threes, and eventually sunk the Knicks by 17.
After Saturday’s game, and especially the second quarter which saw the Heat get just about every call, I thought I’d give you guys a quick update on tonight’s referees. The referees for tonight’s matchup are Joe Crawford, Bennie Adams and Bill Spooner. Below are the stats for these three referees’ 2011-2012 season. Let’s hope for […]
Great work by Owen Hill Jr. (@OwenHillJR).
Tonight, the Knicks’ second and third unit defeated the lowly Bobcats by 20, 104-84. With the win, the Knicks confirmed reservations for a first-round matchup with the Miami Heat. The first game will be on Saturday, at 3:30, and can be seen on ABC.
Today, the New York Knicks issued a statement in which they named Glen Grunwald Executive Vice President and General Manager. Since July, Grunwald has been in this role – on an interim basis – and today, the Knicks made it permanent.