1. Did we learn anything about this series in Game 1? Danny Guerrero: Not sure we learned anything new in Game 1. Both teams struggled offensively (the Celtics more than the Knicks), but that can be attributed to a couple of things. The Knicks were without Pablo Prigioni, who has been orchestrating the offense for about […]
J.R. Smith has just been announced as the 2013 Sixth Man of the Year. Congratulations to J.R. on his accomplishment. Now, let’s honor him… in GIF form. Love ya, J.R..
Ah, the memories. Any you think should be added? Big thanks to @RubenSBorges for helping me track all these down.
Yeahhhh I’m talking Melo. Yeahhhh I’m talking Tyson/ And that’s a gold medal. Amar’e, he known to spike it/ And we got Thomas. Went back and copped Felton/ Mixed Prigioni with Jason and ohhhhh Lord help ‘em/ If you told me Iman Shumpert was a member of the throwback ’90s Knicks, and was re-joining his […]
After the Knicks got off to a hot start at the beginning of the season, it was popular to discuss what a great candidate for Coach of the Year Mike Woodson would make. When the Knicks cooled off over the course of a mediocre midseason, so did the COY talk. Now New York has ended […]
Just as it seemed the Knicks had settled into a successful rotation, the team was hit with the injury bug, as the season wound down. Rasheed Wallace, surprisingly, returned and then retired in literally less than 5 minutes. Pablo Prigioni, unfortunately, suffered an ankle injury in the last game of the season, a meaningless game […]
Editor’s note: The Classical has an on-goining series titled, “Why We Watch.” Their content is superb and I encourage you all to check it out, but with the playoffs coming up, we’re going to run a series piggy-backing theirs, titled, “Why We Should Watch.” This new series will give you a little behind-the-scenes information about the Knicks’ starting lineup […]
When the New York Knicks acquired Rasheed Wallace this season, I got goosebumps. For years, I longed for the return of the era when real bruisers played for the Knicks. I’m talking like the real bad boys of the NBA I grew up liking: Anthony Mason, Charles Oakley, Latrell Sprewell, Marcus Camby. These are the […]