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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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Player Profile: Kenyon Lee Martin

Contract: One year, $1.4 million dollars (veteran’s minimum). Acquisition Details: Re-signed by the New York Knicks in July. Initially signed as a free agent in February 2013 to a ten-day contract, ultimately signing for the rest of the season in March. What to Expect Offensively: Now at the end-stage of his career – not to mention… More

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The Novak/Stoudemire Dilemma

Thanks in part to the frequently injured status of Amare Stoudemire, Mike Woodson has been forced to be very creative in his approach to lineup building this season. Using the talent pool available to him, he’s completely twisted the traditional point guard, shooting guard, small forward, power forward, center lineup into something uniquely special and… More

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New York Kicks Roundup: Playoff Edition

Games 1 and 2 of the Knicks-Celtics series has shown the best sneakers by some of your favorite players. Between Carmelo Anthony’s brand spanking new Air Jordan Melo M9 Playoff Edition to the back-to-back appearances of the throwback Air Jordan 2, 5, and 8 unearthed by Quentin Richardson, pure sneaker gold has been touching the… More

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Game 2 Recap: Knicks 87, Celtics 71

The New York Knicks will head up to Boston with a 2-0 lead over the Celtics. For the second straight game, the Knicks used a big second half, highlighted by stingy defense and efficient offense, to put the Celtics away, and seal the victory. After withstanding a strong second quarter from the Celtics, New York… More

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The Carmelo Anthony Trade

If we take an NBA snapshot right now, the Carmelo Anthony trade sure looks good for the Knicks. First, let’s review: The Knicks gave up: Raymond Felton Danilo Gallinari Timofey Mozgov Anthony Randolph Wilson Chandler Eddy Curry 2014 draft pick They got: Carmelo Anthony Renaldo Balkman Chauncey Billups Sheldon Williams Anthony Carter Corey Brewer How… More

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The Knicks Wall Playoff Roundtable

The New York Knicks have just five games remaining in their 2012-13 regular season campaign. Where the other 77 games went, we have no idea. Currently, the Knicks sit in second place in the East right now, having won 51 games, and they just locked up the Atlantic Division for the first time since the… More

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Discovering Defense

As the Knicks roll into a big time match-up with the Oklahoma City Thunder on an 11 game winning streak, there are lots of things going right for New York. Carmelo Anthony is red hot, scoring 40+ points in three consecutive games, making New York fans hoarse from cheering at their TVs as he’s embarrassed… More

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The X-Factor(s): Felton and Smith

The Knicks are 10 games into the best stretch of basketball we’ve seen all season, and it doesn’t look like they are going to take their foot off the accelerator any time soon. Yes, there is lots of credit due to many players. Kurt, you of course, get the upmost respect from all of us… More