That, my friends, is the feeling of wind in the sail, the sunshine breaking through. The New York Knicks have turned some kind of corner in 2014, both mentally and physically. At 13-22, the Knicks are a long way from celebrating anything, but after two months of rotten, disinterested basketball, it’s time to acknowledge a… More
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… More
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 playoffs are near. Like really near. I’ve had numerous people ask me where I want the Knicks to finish the season, and ultimately whom I’d prefer them to play in the first round: Miami or Chicago.