Game One Recap: Knicks v. Celtics

Saturday afternoon was one of, hopefully, many joyous occasions at Madison Square Garden in the coming weeks. The Knicks began their playoff run with a solid 85-78 win over the Celtics to take a 1-0 lead in the first round, best of seven series. New York was able to pull out the win, despite allowing Boston to… More


Recap: Knicks 95, Bobcats 106

Well, in their second-to-last game of the year, the New York Knicks left their marquee players at home (Melo, J.R., Chandler and Stoudemire did not travel with the team), and threw out their second and third string players in Charlotte. Nine players dressed for the game, while eight played. Raymond Felton was the sole dressed… More


Recap: Bulls 118, Knicks 111 OT

The Knicks lost a hard fought overtime game to the Bulls 118-111. Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks in scoring with 36, but missed the game winning jumper in regulation. Nate Robinson led the Bulls with 35 points off the bench and did it in a very flamboyant fashion. First Quarter: The Knicks rode a blazing… More


Recap: Knicks 101, Bucks 83

    Carmelo Anthony played like a legend in front of legends tonight, scoring 41 points on 17-28 shooting to lead the Knicks to a 101-83 victory. The Knicks responded to a sluggish first half by scoring an incredible 42 points in the 3rd quarter, including eight threes. JR Smith also dropped 30 points, including… More


Recap: Knicks 111, Bobcats 102

First Quarter: The Knicks did exactly what you have to do against to do against a team as pitiful as the Bobcats. They jumped out on them early and often, as they got a 21-6 lead behind three pointers from Raymond Felton, Iman Shumpert and Carmelo Anthony. The Knicks were on fire from three-point land… More


Recap: Knicks 99, Raptors 94

First Quarter: The Knicks led the Raptors 25-22 at the end of the first quarter. The Knicks had a 24-15 lead after a bank three-point shot by Raymond Felton with 2:01 remianing, but the Raptors went on a 7-0 run to end the quarter. Carmelo Anthony struggled from the field, scoring nine points on 3-10… More

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Recap: Clippers 93, Knicks 80

  The losing streak has reached four games.  The Knicks dropped the fourth game of their West Coast trip  to the Los Angeles Clippers by a score of 93-80.  Chris Paul was the game’s leading scorer with 20 points while passing off for eight assists.  Blake Griffin registered a double-double for the Clippers with 12… More


Recap: Knicks 94, Thunder 95

First Quarter Thunder head coach Scott Brooks tried to get Kevin Durant going right off the bat, getting him the ball either in the post or on the wing for an isolation on 5 of the Thunder’s first 6 halfcourt possessions. James White started in his fifth straight game, only his second with Carmelo Anthony… More

Recap: Pacers 125, Knicks 91

While the body of the Knicks’ players were in Indiana, apparently their brains and souls were still vacationing.  In a performance lacking of effort, the Knicks were destroyed by the Indiana Pacers 125-91 in both of the teams’ first game since returning from the All-Star break.  First time All-Star Paul George led the Pacers with… More

Recap: Knicks 96, Bucks 86

In a possible preview of a first round playoff series, the Knicks defeated the Milwaukee Bucks at Madison Square Garden last night by a score of 96-86.  The Knicks entered the game second in the Eastern Conference while the Bucks entered seventh in the conference standings.  The Knicks were led by Carmelo Anthony’s 25-point, eight… More