With the NBA’s and Knicks’ season in full swing, the time has come for the return of TheKnicksWall’s “Three Man Weave” column. This week, we’re taking a look at the Knicks top rated defense, the play of their three-headed monster at point guard and the change in the overall play of Carmelo Anthony
Coming into the season, Ronnie Brewer at one year of the veteran’s minimum salary looked like a good pickup, but we didn’t really know how good until now. Four games in, and Brewer has already played a crucial role in the Knicks’ success this season. Not only is his on-ball defense superb, but watching him… More
After San Antonio lost last night, the New York Knicks became the lone undefeated team in the league. They’ve been scoring an impressive 104.7 points per game, good for third in the league, and giving up just 85.3 points per game, good for first in the league. Their 19.4 points differential is insane – almost… More
A while ago, I showed you all some screen shots from NBA 2K12 that showed off the Knicks’ yet to be released winter league jerseys. Today, we get a look at the real thing, modeled by who else, but Iman Shumpert. These jerseys are supposed to be worn for the Knicks’ Christmas Day matchup with… More
Rasheed Wallace takes us through his “humble abode,” from his time as member of the Portland Trailblazers. Some important takeaways from the video: He had a tennis court, which likely means he played tennis. SHEED ON THE TENNIS COURT!
The following list of rules details what J.R. Smith should and should not be doing on the basketball court for the New York Knicks this season, if he wishes to only benefit the team on their path to success.
With Carmelo Anthony set to play the power forward against opposing teams that run a small ball lineup while Amar’e Stoudemire is out for a good chunk of the regular season, I want to look at the possibility of the Knicks running multiple pick-and-rolls as well as pick-and-pops between Raymond Felton and Carmelo throughout each… More
We’ve seen Knicks teams of the past jump out to huge leads before. We’ve seen them play with gusto and make crisp passes and nail open threes. Usually, though, they begin to let up and the opponent manages to make a run and make it close, or even end up winning.
THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN COMPANY DONATES $500K AND HOSTS TELETHON TO BENEFIT HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF EFFORTS Recipient Organizations are The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and American Red Cross
The official announcement came two days ago – after a premature national television goof – that the Knicks-Nets season-opener would be postponed, due to the lingering effects of Hurricane Sandy. The announcement only further prolonged anxious fans’ wait to see the Knicks officially kick off their season. In the meantime, there’s a lot to think… More