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Recap: Heat 106, Knicks 91

Sometimes, the other team is just better. The Knicks played hard tonight, but bad defense and a subpar game from Carmelo Anthony weren’t going to get the job done against the defending champion Heat. Miami won by 15 points, behind a combined 52 points from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. From the get-go, the Knicks… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 117, Cavs 86

“A laugher may be a slang term for: A game in which one team defeats an opponent by a sizable margin.” The Knicks (19-27) have been on the losing end of a few laughers this season, so it was nice to see them be the ones doing the drubbing once again. Last night’s victims, the… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 114, Celtics 88

Hope you enjoyed that, Mr. Gola. After two consecutive losses to the new look Boston Celtics, including a 114-73 December drubbing at home, it was safe to say that Melo and company were looking to right some wrongs last night, and that they did. The Knicks dominated from start to finish, blowing out Rajon Rondo… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 110, Lakers 103

97 points. That’s how many Carmelo Anthony scored in the last two games for the New York Knicks. After pummeling the Charlotte Bobcats on Friday by scoring 62 points,  ’Melo and the Knicks (17-27) defeated the Los Angeles Lakers in a Sunday matinee special, 110 to 103. The swingman out of Syracuse only scored 35… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 125, Bobcats 96

So, where were you when history was made at Madison Square Garden? It was a prodigious feat and something Knicks fans desperately needed. After watching their Knicks stumble through a five-game losing streak, the fans at the Garden, and watching at home, finally had something to remember for the rest of their lives. From now… More

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Recap: New York Knicks 106, Philadelphia 76ers 110

The picture painted itself: The New York Knicks were down seven points, battling, with all their might, a Philadelphia 76ers team that is actively trying to lose games this season. The Knicks had just cut the lead to two points with two minutes remaining, but folded on themselves again; they allowed Thadeus Young a wide… More

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Inside Jordan Brand’s Terminal 23

Traffic is thick during the six o’clock hour in Mid-Town Manhattan. People are bustling their way towards the PATH Train. I only have an address and a faint description of where I’m headed. Terminal 23 at Café Rogue, next to Hotel Pennsylvania. The Hotel Pennsylvania was an added variable to the directions that confused me,… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 80, Nets 103

That was the opposite fun. Knicks fans spent their Martin Luther King Day watching their team get dismantled by the Nets.  Brooklyn looked like a team truly having turned the corner, while New York has me comparing their winning streak to something that happened during the Larry Brown season. 2006 2014 Five games this year… More

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GAME RECAP: Clippers 109, Knicks 95

This game, in which the Clippers defeated the Knicks 109-95, was a complete juxtaposition between the roster constructions of the contending Clippers and the floundering Knicks. Los Angeles, despite being without their best player, dominated New York in just about every way. This was not a fluke game. The Clippers did not shoot the lights… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 89, Pacers 117

Context is everything. Had I simply told you the Knicks lost on the road to the Indiana Pacers last night, most fans would be naturally upset, yet rational with their displeasure. There’s no shocker here. It’s obvious that the Pacers are currently the cream of the crop, with their conference-best 31-7 record, and the 15-24… More