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Kicking off a three-game road trip, the Knicks began it on a winning note, winning a wild game against the Charlotte Bobcats by a score of 100-98 last night. Tyson Chandler led the Knicks with a monster 18 point, 17 rebound performance while Carmelo Anthony led the scoring attack with 23 points. Despite a tough… More
Marcus Camby has not played too much this year, after being signed to a pretty sizable contract, but today it was disclosed that the big fellah has plantar fasciitis, confirmed by an MRI. Right now, there’s no timetable for Camby’s return to the floor, but, luckily, Amare Stoudemire appears to be on the mend, which… More
Reports have started to trickle in that Amar’e Stoudemire is nearing a return around Christmas time. The beat guys have seen him working out at the practice facility and the reality of Stoudemire joining the Knicks’ nightly rotation isn’t far away… unless he suffers a setback.
An afternoon game that began with some wonderful basketball nearly turned sour before the Knicks were able to salvage a win over the Phoenix Suns. Thrice the Knicks built big leads and tip-toed on the edge of turning it into a blowout, only to have the Suns fight back into it behind some nice execution… More
Rasheed Wallace was ejected from today’s game after screaming “BALL DON’T LIE” during the Suns’ technical free-throw for his previous technical. Welcome back, Sheed.
This had the potential to be a trap game – the Knicks, coming off an impressive win in Milwaukee, the Washington Wizards coming off their first win of the season. It would’ve been all too easy for the Knicks to cruise into and through this game, only to meet some hungry Wizards, clinging to their… More
With Jason Kidd out with back spasms, now poses an interesting time to look at the impact he has had on the New York Knicks early in the season. Kevin Pelton did a nice breakdown for Basketball Prospectus..
The Knicks ended their three-game road losing streak in resounding fashion tonight, running the Milwaukee Bucks off their own floor by a score of 102-88. Carmelo Anthony led five Knicks in double figure scoring with 29 points, along with eight rebounds. Tyson Chandler and Raymond Felton chipped in with 17 and 12 points respectively. Steve… More
Round One goes to Brooklyn. The Knicks lost their highly anticipated matchup against the Nets last night by a score of 96-89 in a game so tightly contested it had to go to overtime. The game was a makeup of both team’s regular season opener which had to be rescheduled after it was postponed due… More