This Week in Knicksland

So much intrigue is happening now that the Knicks have hung them up for the season. This weekly series is here to help you keep track of it all. Through one week, this is looking more like a Game of Thrones storyline than the beginning of an off-season rebuild, with so many characters moving up,… More

What’s Next for Knicks?

Last season the Knicks won 54 games, the Atlantic Division, and a playoff series. The only major personnel losses were Jason Kidd and the cult of Steve Novak, while they added promising rookie Tim Hardaway, Jr. and traded for a former number one overall pick in Andrea Bargnani. The wisdom of the Bargs trade (or… More

GAME RECAP: Knicks 115, Bucks 94

The last time the Milwaukee Bucks and the New York Knicks (27-40) met, Brandon Knight hit a heartbreaking three-point shot near the end of regulation to steal the game away from the Knicks. Yesterday, however, was a completely different story. Fresh off a victory over the Boston Celtics to extend their winning streak to five,… More

Scenes from an Away Game Upper Deck

As far as 25-40 and fighting for 8th place goes, the Knicks could not have come into Boston Wednesday night under better circumstances, riding a 4 game winning streak and facing a Rondo-less Celtics. My circumstances entering this game left more to be desired, as one thing led to another and I found myself going alone…. More


Mid-season Round Table

1) We’re just past the halfway point of the 2013-14 season and the Knicks’ record is a dismal 15-27… 7-15 at Madison Square Garden. What the hell happened? Jared Dubin (@jadubin5/Bloomberg Sports): In short: they made an offseason trade that made very little sense and it completely altered the DNA of the team. That, along… More

GAME RECAP: Knicks 105, Spurs 101

So, um, as you may have noticed from the title, the Knicks (10-21)  beat the Spurs (25-8). In an actual basketball game. No, really. Stop laughing! There were referees and fans and cameras and everything. It counts, I swear! I don’t know what got into the Knicks, really. Perhaps they set some important New Year’s… More