I present to you Iman Shumpert’s first mixtape, “2wo 1ne.” Have a listen and let me know what you think. (.ZIP file with all the songs is at the bottom of the post, and track 2&4 are .WAV files, so make sure you download them to iTunes) RIGHT CLICK TO DOWNLOAD ATTACHED FILE!
You may already be aware of this but the Knicks attempt a lot of 3-pointers. They also make a lot of 3-pointers. This inevitably leads to the discussion, similar to the Yankees “relying too heavily on the home run,” that the Knicks “live and die” by the 3-ball and that this style of play will […]
Tonight, Jeremy Lin will make his return to Madison Square Garden after a tremendous run with the New York Knicks last year. It’s really a weird thing, because as much as Knicks fans grew to love Lin last year, fans have quickly turned their backs on him. Now, I understand that he’s no longer with […]
A lot of talk has surfaced that the New York Knicks are a poor rebounding team. Charles Barkley discussed this idea numerous times during New York’s win over the Lakers on TNT Thursday night, and it is being brought up by other media members, as well.
Dear Amar’e: We miss you. Not just the media. Not just the team. Not just the fans. This city, though, misses you. This city needs you. It seems like just yesterday that you were parading 8th Avenue with both hands on the brim of your crisp new blue and orange fitted hat. “The Knicks are […]
As someone who predicted pretty early last season that the New York Knicks would be a better team without Amar’e Stoudemire and advocated trading him to the Bobcats for Boris Diaw and DeSagana Diop — both were expiring contracts and the move would have allowed New York to have cap space this summer — I’m […]
On the night of three marquee returns to Madison Square Garden – Mike D’Antoni, Chris Duhon, and Jordan Hill – the Knicks nearly gave away a once-blowout game to the slumping Los Angeles Lakers. The Knicks kicked off the evening with Carmelo Anthony in the kitchen, cookin’ with fire. What began as a shootout, with […]
If Tuesday’s Knicks victory over the Nets were a boxing match, Jason Kidd landed the knockout punch in the form of a (controversial?) three-pointer, evening the NBA version of the Subway Series at one game apiece.
I was prepared not to write this. I was prepared to hit ‘Move to Trash’ on my first post as a writer for The Knicks Wall. Fortunately for us, the New York Knicks are now 2-0 versus the Miami Heat after another 20-point blowout, this time at American Airlines Arena. What makes this win even […]
This is awesome.