You would think with the accomplishments Amare Stoudemire has accumulated over the course of his ongoing 11-year career that there would be a clearer, definitive idea of the type of player he has been.
During the first month of the basketball season, with the Knicks coasting the way they were, it was easy to think that everything was going to be okay. This team was built to beat the Heat. They had out-of-this-world three-point shooting. Their defense was incredible. And —finally! — they were winning.
The Knicks reclaimed J.R. Smith this past summer for practically nothing. Smith came over to the Knicks as a free agent in 2012, departing a short stint in China during the lockout, had a relatively down season for his standards, and then became a free agent. It was assumed Smith would flee the Knicks during… More
The toast of the Knicks town for the past few weeks has been the speculation surrounding the return of Amar’e Stoudemire and Iman Shumpert. With their coming back to the lineup, the Knicks automatically become the deepest team in the league, boasting a roster of six backcourt and eight frontcourt players. As I watched the… More
Knicks vs. Blazers, the first game of 2013. Tonight will also be the first time Amare Stoudemire hits the floor for the Knicks this year. To prepare you for tonight’s game, I give you the following reading/watching.
New York Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire will make his season debut on Tuesday against Portland, league source tells Y! Sports. — Adrian Wojnarowski (@WojYahooNBA) January 1, 2013 What a way to ring in the New Year!
The 2012-2013 Knicks will start off the New Year tied for 1st place in the Eastern Conference. They have been hit hard by injuries as of late, and they are in dire need of some rest and solid practice time. They held practice on Sunday and have another day scheduled on today, before getting facing… More
One month, two game winners, two salsa dances. After which game-winner did JR Smith do a better job salsa dancing? Game-winner at Bobcats: Game-winner at Suns:
Through the use of a weighted statistical projection, the Knicks Wall will attempt to project the rotation of the Knicks, as well as the production of players, based on per minute production. Before explaining how these per game numbers were projected, it is essential to take note of a few things. First, it will be… More
Raymond Felton’s succession of Jeremy Lin was well-documented coming into the season. Lin, a young point guard, a fan and media favorite, was replaced by Felton, an older point guard coming off the worst season of his career with limited potential upside for the future. Felton immediately proclaimed that he was going to come in… More