It’s been a while since we’ve had some basketball, let alone some positive news. So, without further adieu, here is a little image I made for you Knicks fans!
Amongst many topics that have risen to the forefront during the lockout is that of the perceived competitive advantage that large market has over small markets. If you follow me on Twitter, @AzazNYK, you probably saw my rant disparaging this on Monday. It befuddles me that making the game balanced has become a major hang-up… More
After a disappointing loss to the Orlando Magic, the New York Knicks will get right back at it Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks will host the New Orleans Hornets in what will be the Hornets’ one and only visit to the garden this year.
I have tons of work to do tonight and will not get around to a post game. Here is a great recap of tonight’s game written by Dan from Knicksvision.com The first quarter was the Magic’s for the taking. They overpowered the Knicks with Dwight Howard, and New York couldn’t give an answer. But… More
The New York Knicks are for real. After a stunning come from behind win against the Eastern Conference elite Miami Heat you can’t help but think the Knicks won’t continue to play as they did tonight.
Tonight the New York Knicks will face off against the Miami Heat. This is the first game that the Knicks have Carmelo Anthony against the superstar trio in Miami. Anthony gives the Knicks another lights-out scorer, but will he and Amar’e Stoudemire be enough to overcome Miami’s LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh?
Down by three with 30 seconds left, Carmelo Anthony drove down the lane, hit a lay-up, and drew a foul. He headed to the line with a chance to make it a one-point game, but unfortunately missed the free-throw, and then ultimately fouled out of the game once Denver rebounded his missed shot.
On Monday February 21st, the New York Knicks took part in a blockbuster trade. They landed a former all-star and finals MVP in Chauncy Billups, as well as four times all-star and elite scorer, Carmelo Anthony.
Carmelo Anthony: 27 points, 10 rebounds. Chauncey Billups: 21 points, 8 assists, 6 rebounds. Toney Douglas: 23 points, 3 assists, 3 rebounds, 2 steals, and GREAT defense. Great game. Not only because of the basketball played, but because of the energy within the arena.
New York Knicks fans are celebrating their most successful season since the 2003-04 NBA season to be precise. The whole city has fallen in love with all-star forward-center Amar’e Stoudemire, who has enjoyed “MVP” chants for the majority of the season.