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.
Are the Knicks for real? How will Amare Stoudemire fit in? How about them point guards, eh?! Podcast: Play in new window | Download
With the NBA’s and Knicks’ season in full swing, the time has come for the return of TheKnicksWall’s “Three Man Weave” column. This week, we’re taking a look at the Knicks top rated defense, the play of their three-headed monster at point guard and the change in the overall play of Carmelo Anthony
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.
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 […]
It appears Carmelo Anthony is more set on winning than on achieving individual accolades, as he’s echoed the sentiment that he’s “willing to do whatever it takes” to win, once again, this time to ESPN Magazine for their Preview Issue. Melo has fallen victim to many critisisms, and he’s looking to put everything behind him.