My favorite time of the year is upon us. The week after the All-Star Break signals the beginning of a period I like to call ‘Basketball Heaven’. While the NCAA is coming into its home stretch, with teams battling to make it to the field of 68, the NBA is resuming the regular, everyday routine… 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.
New York Knicks It Is! — JR Smith (@TheRealJRSmith) February 17, 2012 Well, after Tommy Dee broke the news, JR Smith confirmed it. JR Smith, the 6’6″, 220 pound guard, is set to make his Knicks debut on Sunday against the Mavericks. Smith signed in New York for the “Mini” MLE, which is valued at… More
Well, that was a crazy 72 hours, eh? A lot has happened in Knicks-land, so let’s take a minute to try and recap all the deals that went down. The Knicks chose to amnesty Chauncey Billups, and his $14.2 million expiring contract, to make cap-space for Tyson Chandler. Billups was not too pleased (courtesy of… More
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