Here’s something to celebrate the occasion! As always, click to get the full-sized version.
After San Antonio lost last night, the New York Knicks became the lone undefeated team in the league. They’ve been scoring an impressive 104.7 points per game, good for third in the league, and giving up just 85.3 points per game, good for first in the league. Their 19.4 points differential is insane – almost… More
A while ago, I showed you all some screen shots from NBA 2K12 that showed off the Knicks’ yet to be released winter league jerseys. Today, we get a look at the real thing, modeled by who else, but Iman Shumpert. These jerseys are supposed to be worn for the Knicks’ Christmas Day matchup with… More
Rasheed Wallace takes us through his “humble abode,” from his time as member of the Portland Trailblazers. Some important takeaways from the video: He had a tennis court, which likely means he played tennis. SHEED ON THE TENNIS COURT!
This afternoon, the New York Knicks defeated the Philadelphia 76ers by 16, 100-84, to better their record to 2-0 on the young season. The Knicks have not started a season 2-0, since 1999-2000, so it’s safe to say they’re off to a very solid start.
With Carmelo Anthony set to play the power forward against opposing teams that run a small ball lineup while Amar’e Stoudemire is out for a good chunk of the regular season, I want to look at the possibility of the Knicks running multiple pick-and-rolls as well as pick-and-pops between Raymond Felton and Carmelo throughout each… More
After a stressful and emotional week in New York City due to the damage left behind by Hurricane Sandy, the city was in need of a huge pick-me-up. The Knicks were more than happy to abide. In front of an emotional crowd in Madison Square Garden, the Knicks defeated the defending NBA Champion Miami Heat… More
THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN COMPANY DONATES $500K AND HOSTS TELETHON TO BENEFIT HURRICANE SANDY RELIEF EFFORTS Recipient Organizations are The Mayor’s Fund to Advance New York City and American Red Cross
In just a few hours, the New York Knicks will open their season at home against the Miami Heat. This game was origanlly scheduled to be the Knicks’ second game of the season, but after Hurricane Sandy swept through New York City, Mayor Bloomberg was inclined to canceled the Knicks vs. Nets opening night game… More
The New York Knicks enter this season with plenty of people doubting them both as a team, as well as individuals. Some of those doubts are fair and some of them aren’t, but the Knicks should be listening to them and using them as motivation.