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Thanks to J.R. Smith, we have an early look at the Knicks’ Nueva York jerseys for tonight. The Knicks have worn a variation of these for years, but this is the first Nueva York variation for the new jerseys.
When NBA players are labeled “one-dimensional,” it usually means they are incompetent at either offense or defense, the two sides of the court. With Steve Novak, it’s a different case. Novak’s defense and rebounding are both non-existent, but he is of just one use on offense. Novak has been one of the best 3-point shooters in the entire league […]
As a follow up to the outstanding column that colleague Bryan Gibberman put up earlier today about the Knicks rotation, I would like to display the following charts regarding the Knicks’ minute breakdown per player at each position. The first two are hypothetical situations and the last chart displays what occurred in the Warriors game […]
I’m going to use list form for this, as I have no idea how to coherently put my thoughts together on some of the decisions Knicks head coach Mike Woodson is currently making. Why the hell are the Knicks starting James White? I thought White could potentially be a useful rotation player if given the […]
I wouldn’t be the first person to observe that the Knicks’ remaining schedule is brutal. Most people point to the two obvious metrics: opponent’s records and road games. Of the Knicks’ remaining 24 games, only nine are against teams that currently have a losing record. In addition, the Knicks only have nine home games left […]
There has been a history of incredible performances at Madison Square Garden. Michael Jordan, LeBron James and Kobe Bryant have all thrived at the World’s Most Famous Arena, as I’m sure many others did before my time. Despite the appreciation of greatness, these instances usually ended in frustration. On Wednesday night, the Knicks were able […]
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