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Carmelo Anthony is down to three teams

“Where’s Melo going” is one question I’ve received way too many times over the last few weeks. There’s no way I, or anyone, for that matter, could answer this question with any certainty. However, at this point in time, it seems like Carmelo Anthony has narrowed his suitors down to three teams: the Chicago Bulls,… More

GAME RECAP: Knicks 116, Celtics 92

No Kenyon? No Tyson? No Amar’e? No problem. Carmelo Anthony and the rest of his buddies packed up to Boston and took care of the Boston Celtics to win their fifth straight basketball game. The New York Knicks (26-40) are now in sole possession of ninth place in the Eastern Conference and they’re only three games… More

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GAME RECAP: Warriors 126, Knicks 103

The Knicks stink. I don’t know any other way to put it than that. Every night the New York Knicks take the floor I find watching them a legitimate struggle. With our boys in blue nearing the home stretch of their 82-game circus act, the show reached new highs (or lows?) with an embarrassing 23-point loss to… More

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GAME RECAP: Knicks 98, Hawks 107

This team is a complete joke. A team that takes a superstar in his prime, surrounds him with the worst fitting supporting cast possible, and proceeds to miss the playoffs in the worst eastern conference in NBA history, is a joke. A coach who preaches accountability, but then plays favorites that are not dependent upon… More

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Carmelo Anthony and the Blame Game

Why are the Knicks struggling this season? There are lots of plausible explanations, including: The team’s curious decision to retool and play a bigger lineup despite extensive evidence that they’re much better off playing small Dismal point guard play, partly due to injury and partly due to Raymond Felton’s general ineffectiveness Iman Shumpert’s inconsistency JR… More

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GAME RECAP: Blazers 94, Knicks 90

30 losses. With the All-Star break within spitting distance, the Knicks have done the impossible; they’ve surpassed last season’s loss total, and by doing so, have cemented themselves as an under .500 basketball team that is all but assured to miss the playoffs for the first time in Carmelo Anthony’s tenure as a Knick. There… More

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Recap: Heat 106, Knicks 91

Sometimes, the other team is just better. The Knicks played hard tonight, but bad defense and a subpar game from Carmelo Anthony weren’t going to get the job done against the defending champion Heat. Miami won by 15 points, behind a combined 52 points from LeBron James and Dwyane Wade. From the get-go, the Knicks… More