The 17th pick in the 2011 draft, Iman Shumpert was Donnie Walsh’s last “gift” to Knicks fans. The mix of cheers, boos, and “what the…who?!” permeated MSG the night Shump was drafted in the 1st round of a fairly deep draft. It didn’t take long, however, for the Garden to chant his name and for… More
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From Ronnie Brewer’s player capsule on Gothic Ginobili: I’d entreat you to ask Dwyane Wade how that turned out in the 2011 Eastern Conference Finals. Rather astounding set of statistics, here — with Brewer on Wade, the Dwyane Wade who proceeded to run wild in the finals averaged a paltry 15 points a contest on… More
Ronnie Brewer followed in his father’s footsteps by playing shooting guard at the University of Arkansas, before getting drafted to the NBA. Brewer had high expectations when he was drafted with a lottery pick by the Utah Jazz in the 2006 NBA Draft. Through his first three seasons, Brewer looked like a solid NBA starter,… More
Tyson Chandler was acquired by the Knicks through a sign-and-trade with the Dallas Mavericks at the onset of the 2011-12 lockout-shortened season. Chandler immediately made an impact on the team last year, playing a major role in turning the Knicks from 21st in defensive efficiency in 2010-11 to 5th by the close of the season…. More
Tyson Chandler didn’t back away from talking about Jeremy Lin, as the rest of the organization has, but rather, he was completely straight forward, saying that Lin was too “inexperienced” and they upgraded their point guard depth chart this year over last.
Alright, folks. Here’s the first set of wallpapers. The king of swag will go first. There are two desktop wallpapers – one very simple and one a little less, and one iPhone one (iPhone 5 compatible). Click on each image to get the full-sized version.
James “Flight” White is known for his superb athleticism, but, unfortunately, he’s had a difficult time sticking in the league. The Knicks gave White a one-year, guaranteed deal at the start of the summer, and White elected to play with the youngins’ in Vegas, to work on his game. Seeing that he was the one… More
The 6’11 big man out of UMass came in to the league with a lot of fanfare. A storied college career capped by a run to the Final Four and a Wooden Award, before leaving after his junior season, led a lot of people to believe that Camby was destined for NBA greatness…and for the… More
It would be safe to say that last year was Amare Stoudemire’s worst year in his career. Coming into the shortened season, Stoudemire’s Knicks had high expectations, but the 6-time All-Star had no shortage of issues. Stoudemire saw the tragic death of his brother, the resignation of his long-time head coach, a bulging disk in… More