The Knicks take their 5-0 record into the Home of the Alamo to take on the San Antonio Spurs at AT&T Center. The Spurs come into tonight’s game with a 7-1 record, tops in the Southwest division and Western Conference. They have won three straight ballgames and are coming off a close, two-point victory over […]
In just a few hours, the New York Knicks will open their season at home against the Miami Heat. This game was origanlly scheduled to be the Knicks’ second game of the season, but after Hurricane Sandy swept through New York City, Mayor Bloomberg was inclined to canceled the Knicks vs. Nets opening night game […]
Tonight, the New York Knicks will face off against the Boston Celtics in game two of their pre-season schedule. The game will take place in Hartford, Connecticut- roughly two hours from New York, as well as two hours from Boston – but is considered a home game for the Celtics. This is the Celtics’ third […]
Even though the Heat were 3-8 in their last 11 road games, the Knicks defense could not contain Dwayne Wade or LeBron James, as they lost 93-85 to the Heat. Wade and James combined for 57 of the Heat’s 93 points.
The Knicks were not able to beat the best team in the league for a second game in a row as they lost to the Bulls, 98-86, and now only have a one game lead over the Bucks for eighth place. They play the Bucks tonight in Milwaukee.
Jeremy Lin proved that his performance against Deron Williams was not a fluke, as he had 28 points and eight assists against the Utah Jazz, in what was probably the best win of the season, so far for the Knicks. He actually almost had a triple-double, since he had eight turnovers, but he was being […]
The Knicks will be taking their talents to the Staples Center, to challenge Kobe Bryant and the old, underachieving Los Angeles Lakers, to try and go above .500. The Knicks are coming off a solid two-point victory over the Celtics on Christmas (who were without star Paul Pierce), behind 20 points in the fourth quarter […]
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.
It’s about time we have some live Knicks basketball, right? Today at 2PM, the Knicks will face off against the New Jersey Nets at the Prudential Center. It will be the first of a two-game pre-season, with the second game culminating at Madison Square Garden.
Tonight, the New York Knicks were scheduled to open their 2011-2012 NBA season at Madison Square Garden against Lebron James and the Miami Heat. However, with no Collective Bargaining Agreement in place, today’s game, along with every game up until December 1st, has been canceled.