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…. More
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… More
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… More
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… More
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.
It appears Carmelo Anthony is more set on winning than on achieving individual accolades, as he’s echoed the sentiment that he’s “willing to do whatever it takes” to win, once again, this time to ESPN Magazine for their Preview Issue. Melo has fallen victim to many critisisms, and he’s looking to put everything behind him.
The New York Knicks will enter the season as a 35-1 (40-1 just a few days ago) underdog to win the NBA Championship. By using vegas’ odds, let’s take a look at the expected Eastern Conference breakdown: