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
One of the biggest mysteries through the first 13 games of the New York Knicks’ season has been the lack of impact by Marcus Camby. When the Knicks acquired Camby from the Rockets, it was widely heralded as their smartest move of the offseason (Ronnie Brewer could be given that distinction also), while Raymond Felton… More
So apparently there is a big game going on tonight in Brooklyn? After having their season opening matchup postponed, due to Hurricane Sandy, the New York Knicks (9-3) and Brooklyn Nets (8-4) will finally have at it tonight at the Barclays Center. Both teams enter tonight’s matchup winners of seven of their last 10 games… More
After back-to-back tough losses on the road, the Knicks were in need of a win. What better than having the 3-10 Detroit Pistons up next on your schedule? The Knicks defeated the Pistons in today’s matinee game at Madison Square Garden by a score of 121-100. The Knicks scoring was led by Carmelo Anthony’s 29… More
While it’s important to keep the Knicks’ Friday night loss to the Rockets in perspective – it was only their third of the season after all – many of the team’s flaws were exposed and there were plenty of times we saw “the old Knicks” re-emerge in Houston.
It first should be mentioned that there should no longer be any doubt whether or not this Knicks team is for real. The biggest criticism of the Knicks’ hot start was ultimately that they were playing too well and that they would eventually cool down, especially shooting-wise. That has yet to turn out, though, as… More
They’re still quite orange, but this is a very cool promo video.
Beginning a three-game Western Conference road trip, the Knicks got off to a flying start, routing the Anthony Davis-less New Orleans Hornets by a score of 102-80. The win was the second in a row for the Knicks, who are now 8-1 in the young season and maintain the NBA’s best record. Carmelo Anthony led… More
Nets.com does not direct to the official website of the Brooklyn Nets, like all other team websites, but, rather, currently points to the Knicks’ website. The domain is owned by CyberMesa through 2014, and they’ve been trying to get the Nets to purchase the domain from them, but the Nets have scoffed at the price… More