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The Road Ahead

I wouldn’t be the first person to observe that the Knicks’ remaining schedule is brutal. Most people point to the two obvious metrics: opponent’s records and road games. Of the Knicks’ remaining 24 games, only nine are against teams that currently have a losing record. In addition, the Knicks only have nine home games left… More

Golden State Warriors v New York Knicks

Knicks Pull Off Tough Feat

There has been a history of incredible performances at Madison Square Garden.   Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant have all thrived at the World’s Most Famous Arena, as I’m sure many others did before my time. Despite the appreciation of greatness, these instances usually ended in frustration. On Wednesday night, the Knicks were able… More

Recap: Knicks 109, Warriors 105

The Knicks defeated the short-handed Golden State Warriors in an absolute barn-burner to spoil Stephen Curry’s eruption for an NBA season-high, 54 points. What looked like it was going to be breezy win for the Knicks in the early going turned into an edge-of-your-seat, big-play-after-big-play trade-off between two teams who desperately wanted to come away with… More

Recap: Knicks 99, 76ers 93

The Knicks snapped a four-game losing streak by defeating the Philadelphia 76ers, and retaining first place in the Atlantic Division. Heading into the game, the Knicks had been mired in a major slump on both ends of the floor, undoubtedly playing their worst basketball of the season. A last-minute loss to the Toronto Raptors on… More

Recap: Raptors 100, Knicks 98

First Quarter: The Knicks and Raptors were tied at 31 at the end of the first quarter. The Knicks came out with a lot more energy and even played a lot in transition, which is rare for them. Raymond Felton seemed to push the ball up the floor quickly after misses. Unfortunately, there weren’t enough… More