Final Score: Bulls 104, Knicks 80 Summary: The Bulls had their way with the Knicks, shooting 50% from the field and 55 points from their bench tonight. While the Knicks are in the midst of figuring out their new offensive system, Chicago’s offensive fired on all cylinders, and feasted on New York’s poor defense. Taj… More
The Knicks were so brutal tonight that they almost broke my will to write prose. Here, instead, are some attempts at Shakespearian Knickspearian Sonnets (Iambic Pentameter be damned!), haiku’s, and limericks (with some sparse prose) that describe just how brutal the Knicks are: The Knicks cannot defend a pick and roll Mike Woodson is still utterly… More
The Knicks fell to the Bulls by seven, 108-101, in a game that was not nearly as close as the final score indicates. The Knicks fell behind by 21 at halftime and the Knicks could not recover from that. Luol Deng was outstanding, as he scored 33 points on 13-18 shooting. Carmelo Anthony scored the… More
The Bulls defeated the Knicks by four, 110-106, in a game that certainly was not as close as the score indicated. Carmelo Anthony led the Knicks with 29 points and Luol Deng led the Bulls with 29 points, as well.
The Knicks lost an ugly and disappointing game to the Bulls in Chicago to move to 14-5 and end their five game wining streak. First Quarter The Knicks trailed 26-23 at the end of a rough first quarter. After a quick 6-0 start, the Knicks realized how great of a defensive team the Bulls are…. More
I think @Netw3rk said it best, “Ronnie Brewer isn’t a shooting guard he’s a guarding guard.” Ronnie Brewer is one of the best one-on-one defenders in the league, but if you haven’t heard of him, it’s likely because he isn’t very flashy on the offensive end. One thing is for sure: he gets the job… More
No Lockout this summer, Knicks fans! After the long, longer and longest summer for the NBA since 1998, fans have an actual summer of free agency to look forward to. With the flirting just getting started today and actual signings not happening until July 11th, let’s take a look at the top 10 restricted free… More
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.
The playoffs are near. Like really near. I’ve had numerous people ask me where I want the Knicks to finish the season, and ultimately whom I’d prefer them to play in the first round: Miami or Chicago.
The Knicks were not able to beat the best team in the league for a second game in a row as they lost to the Bulls, 98-86, and now only have a one game lead over the Bucks for eighth place. They play the Bucks tonight in Milwaukee.