…Bernard King became a Knickerbocker. On Friday, October 22nd, 1982, the New York Knicks traded Michael Ray Richardson to the Golden State Warriors for Bernard King. King is well-known for being one of the greatest scorers in the history of the NBA, with a career total of 19,655 points in 874 games. Atlanta Hawks superstar […]
The left knee injury that Amar’e Stoudemire has had for the past week, which has been described as a bruised knee, is actually much more than that. It was learned today that Stoudemire actually has a ruptured cyst in his knee, which will keep him out of action for the next two to three weeks. […]
One of the most interesting plays of the Knicks first preseason games was when Steve Novak dribbled up from the three point line and attempted a floater that rattled in and out. Without any context, this seemed like a meaningless play in a preseason game, but for Knicks fans, the play certainly elicited a response. […]
The New York Knicks will embark on a three-games-in-four-nights road trip, starting tomorrow night in Toronto against the Raptors. This trip is a great opportunity for the team to mesh, as well as get some playing time before the pre-season winds down.
Another track from Iman Shumpert, this time featuring Ari Stylez. Thoughts?
The Knicks currently have 6 players injured: Amare Stoudemire, Iman Shumpert, Ronnie Brewer, Marcus Camby, Chris Smith and Henry Sims. Amare Stoudemire sat out the Knicks’ second pre-season game against the Boston Celtics as a pre-caution; in fact, it was said that if game one was a regular season game, he would have played. Stoudemire […]
Yesterday, Jonah posted a video that showed Swizz Beats unveiling and performing what is supposedly the Knicks’ entrance song for 2012-13 at the team’s Tip-Off Party at the Beacon Theatre. Now, while I’m all for Swizz Beats (I am. He’s great. I’m not mad ’cause he, ’cause he’s hood rich), I feel like there are […]
At last night’s tip-off party, Swizz Beatz showed off his some of his newer Knicks-related work. The team will use a new introduction song, which features a new beat, on top of which the players, and concluded with a Knicks-related wrap on top of the wildly popular “Clique” beat. Here’s some of my random thoughts […]
As sad as it is discussing Jeremy Lin, this cover story on him by Will Leitch is too good not to link. Check it out.