Last night, after the Knicks’ 10-point loss to the Miami Heat, Amare Stoudemire punched the metal and glass encasing of a fire extinguisher on his way to the locker room. At the time, the severity of the injury was unknown. The only news to surface was that a large amount of blood stained the carpet… More
After defeating the Celtics last night, the Knicks traveled to New Jersey to play the New Jersey Nets for the last time. Ever.
Carmelo Anthony (16 points, seven assists, two rebounds and a +15) played one of his best all around games of the season, while deservedly hearing a mix of boos and cheers during the 121-79 victory for the Knicks. They played tenacious defense and have not scored in the 120s this season.
Tonight, the Knicks battled back from a 17-point deficit to defeat the Cavaliers by 17, 120-103. After getting back Shumpert, Harrellson and Davis, the Knicks believed that had one of the deepest teams in the league, and tonight, they backed that notion up.
Well that was easy. Tonight, the Hawks came into Madison Square Garden with less energy than a middle aged man at a Justin Bieber concert. The Knicks dominated from the tip off and cruised to a 99-82 victory. The ball moved well all night and multiple Knicks contributed to the scoring. Jeremy Lin and Steve… More
That was Linsane. In their toughest matchup of the Jeremy Lin era, the Knicks pulled out a gritty 104-97 victory over the defending champion Dallas Mavericks. In a back and forth game, the Knicks trailed Dallas by three going into the fourth quarter. New York finished off the third quarter on a 7-0 run and… More
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With his sudden emergence onto the NBA stage, Jeremy Lin has been added to the roster of the 2012 Rising Stars All-Star Game. Lin, along with fellow rookie Norris Cole, was a late addition, made by acting commissioner Kenny Smith.
The Knicks defeated the Sacramento Kings, 100-85, in a game they dominated from start to finish. This was their seventh win in a row, sixth with Jeremy Lin in the starting lineup, and it pushes the team back to .500, at 15-15.
On February 4, Jeremy Lin lit up the Nets, in his first game in which he received extended minutes. He scored 25 points and dished out 5 assists. After that game, the Linsanity began. After a miraculous week, Jeremy Lin was just named as the Eastern Conference Player of the Week, after picking up the… More