The Melo M9 Year of the Snakes will officially go on sale on February 9nth. They will be one half of a Jordan pack, which will feature the M9, as well as a Year of the Snake Air Jordan 1. The pack has a price of $300 and, as I’ve told you before, the designs… More
The Knicks got a much needed win Sunday night when they defeated the Hawks 106-104. Carmelo Anthony was incredible, hitting 9-12 threes on his way to 42 points. Melo went back to catching and shooting instead of playing one on one and the dividends were paid off immediately. Chris Herring from the Wall Street Journal… More
Holy shit. RT @herringwsj J.R. Smith has shot 43% from the 3-pt line when he does so w/o dribbling. When he dribbles once or more: 8.3%. — Jonah Kaner (@TheKnicksWall) January 28, 2013 *This number is based off of 28 Knicks games, as some arenas do not have the SportsVu cameras installed, which are the… More
Tonight could qualify as one of those “ugly, grind-it-out” wins that are so often referred to when a basketball team squeezes out a victory by the skins of their collective teeth. Said games, however, are usually given such a description when both teams struggle to score the ball, and actually have to play ugly, hustling,… More
The Knicks are 26-15, meaning they’ve played 41 games – half of the 82 they will play this regular season. The Knicks’ record is the sixth best in the league, but second best in the Eastern Conference (behind the Miami Heat). All in all, this season has been a slight surprise, as many pegged the… More
This deserved its own post.
The New York Knicks have played without starting point guard Raymond Felton for 11 games. It has not been a good showing, as New York has gone 5-6 after a blistering 20-8 start.
Sometimes you can’t help but be pessimistic when certain things happen. Small, specific occurrences tend to have tremendous ripple effects, especially in sports. On Christmas Day, the Knicks opened up a box with two months of coal against the Lakers, when Raymond Felton broke the pinky finger on his shooting hand in a… More
Today, Forbes has updated their annual NBA franchise evaluations. The New York Knicks are now the NBA’s most valuable franchise, coming in at a valuation of $1.1 billion – a 41% increase from last year. To put that in perspective, the average NBA team is worth $509 million. The Knicks had a revenue of $243… More
Wasnt quiet when Kanye tore it down last month! RT @krishumphries: Big game tonight!The Garden got really quiet on the way out!#Brooklyn — JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) January 22, 2013 Well, the Knicks lost to the Brooklyn Nets yesterday, but that didn’t stop All-Star Tweeter, J.R. Smith, from tweeting some smack-talk to Kris Humphries. Not much… More