As someone who predicted pretty early last season that the New York Knicks would be a better team without Amar’e Stoudemire and advocated trading him to the Bobcats for Boris Diaw and DeSagana Diop — both were expiring contracts and the move would have allowed New York to have cap space this summer — I’m […]
If Tuesday’s Knicks victory over the Nets were a boxing match, Jason Kidd landed the knockout punch in the form of a (controversial?) three-pointer, evening the NBA version of the Subway Series at one game apiece.
From the fine folks @OakleyandAllen, I present to you video highlights from last night’s win over the Brooklyn Nets.
Here at The Knicks Wall, it’s no secret that we are huge fans of the great Walt ‘Clyde’ Frazier. His expansive vernacular, exuberance for the game and constant rhyming make watching Knicks games a precipitous exercise in enjoyment. Yet, if there is anything that Clyde is known for throughout the basketball world, it is his […]
The Knicks continued their home dominance this season with a 112-106 win over the Denver Nuggets tonight in MSG. The game completed a four-game-in-five-nights span, in which the Knicks finished an impressive 3-1, beating the Charlotte Bobcats, Miami Heat, and now the Nuggets. Neither team was particularly focused on defense, but typical of both clubs’ […]
Are the Knicks for real? How will Amare Stoudemire fit in? How about them point guards, eh?! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
I’ve had several requests for this one, so here you go. As always, click on the image for the full-sized version. I’ve included an iPhone version, 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. […]