The Knicks and the Nets concluded their preseasons tonight with a surprisingly entertaining, competitive game in Long Island at the Nassau Coliseum. After a bumpy start, a strong second quarter, followed by competent basketball in the second half and a – dare I say – “gritty” overtime, the Knicks pulled together a final win to… More
The Knicks dropped their third consecutive game of the preseason, a 98-90 decision to the Philadelphia 76ers. The game was played at the Syracuse University Carrier Dome, making it a homecoming for Carmelo Anthony. Anthony didn’t disappoint his fans at his former stomping ground, scoring 23 points and filling up the stat sheet (six rebounds,… More
Tonight, in their second pre-season game, the New York Knicks defeated the Boston Celtics by a score of 98-95, in over time. The team continued playing without some of their rotation players, this time playing without JR Smith who was nursing a sore ankle, and again playing without Amare Stoudemire, who was held out of… More
Well, that was some pre-season basketball! There were line-up experiments, rotation experiments, play-calling experiments, the usual funky shots that missed rim completely, shots that hit every part of the rim, shots that slammed off the backboard, mishandled passes, dribbles off feet and knees – all things typical of pre-season.
The season that began with a Lockout ended with the Knicks falling to some lock-down defense from the Miami Heat. The rollar-coaster season the Knicks have endured finally came to an end tonight in a 106-94 loss to the Heat in Game 5 of their first round playoff series. Carmelo Anthony led New York with… More
It’s about damn time. After more than 11 years since their last playoff game victory, the Knicks salvaged their season at least for another game, avoiding a sweep at the hands of the Miami Heat with an 89-87 win today at Madison Square Garden. Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 41 points and six rebounds… More
Tonight, the New York Knicks lost to the Miami Heat by 17, 87-70. For three quarters, the Knicks kept up with the Heat, but in the fourth quarter, Lebron James went super-human and Mario Chalmers stepped up to hit a few big threes, and eventually sunk the Knicks by 17.
Tonight, the Knicks’ second and third unit defeated the lowly Bobcats by 20, 104-84. With the win, the Knicks confirmed reservations for a first-round matchup with the Miami Heat. The first game will be on Saturday, at 3:30, and can be seen on ABC.
In their last regular season game at MSG this season, the Knicks defeated the Los Angeles Clippers, 99-93. J.R. Smith lead the Knicks with 21 points, five assists and four steals. Blake Griffin led Lob City with 29 points, 10 rebounds and six assists.
Last night, the New York Knicks defeated the Atlanta Hawks by a score of 113-112. Carmelo Anthony continued his domination in April, notching 39 points and collecting 10 rebounds. This marks ‘Melo’s seventh 30-plus point performance in 11 April games. Simply put, remarkable.