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.
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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
The New York Knicks enter this season with plenty of people doubting them both as a team, as well as individuals. Some of those doubts are fair and some of them aren’t, but the Knicks should be listening to them and using them as motivation.
Today, the New York Knicks announced that their maximum salary forward, Amare Stoudemire, will undergo a debridement on his surgically repaired left knee. A debridement is an arthroscopic procedure that cleans out the knee, and is commonly used for treating arthritus.
Hello, all. Hope you are all doing okay after Sandy ran through the east coast. In light of the recent weather, both the Knicks’ opening night matchup with the Brooklyn Nets, in Brooklyn, and the Knicks’ home opener against the Miami Heat, are in jeopardy of being postponed.
Today, the New York Knicks have announced that Jon Shurna, Oscar Bellfield, Mychel Thompson and Henry Sims have all been cut, leaving Chris Copeland as the lucky one to make the Knicks’ opening day 15-man roster.
I’m just trying to shed some light on a very negative possible outcome for Amare Stoudemire. First, let’s take a step back in time. In 2005, while playing for the Phoenix Suns, Amare Stoudemire underwent a microfracture surgery to repair damage to his injured left knee. The Suns were made aware of the injury through… More
I think @Netw3rk said it best, “Ronnie Brewer isn’t a shooting guard he’s a guarding guard.” Ronnie Brewer is one of the best one-on-one defenders in the league, but if you haven’t heard of him, it’s likely because he isn’t very flashy on the offensive end. One thing is for sure: he gets the job… More
Within the first few minutes of tonight’s final pre-season game with the Brooklyn Nets, Tyson Chandler left the game, due to what the Knicks are calling a “sore left knee.” The injury occurred when Chandler was setting a screen for Carmelo Anthony, but bumped knees with Gerald Wallace.