As it currently stands, Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd are the two point guards on the Knicks’ roster. Jason Kidd signed a three-year deal for the mini-MLE, while Raymond Felton was the centerpiece of a sign-and-trade, which let him receive a three-year deal reported as $10 million (I’m nearly 100% sure Knicks can’t offer more […]
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Saturday’s destruction was tough to watch. It stung for hours after, and truthfully, it still does. As a Knicks fan, coming off a loss, I’m always thinking of ways for the Knicks to improve and alter they’re chances of moving onto the next round. One strategy that has been talked about a lot, but Woodson […]
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.
That was Linsane. In their toughest matchup of the Jeremy Lin era, the Knicks pulled out a gritty 104-97 victory over the defending champion Dallas Mavericks. In a back and forth game, the Knicks trailed Dallas by three going into the fourth quarter. New York finished off the third quarter on a 7-0 run and […]
Tonight was the New York Knicks’ most important game of the young season, so far. The 76ers were coming into town with an offense that was aggressive and tough to defend; Their defense was ranked first in points allowed coming into tonight. They were coming in as one of the hottest teams in the league.
It’s a done deal. Tyson Chandler will be joining the Knicks. Per Howard Beck, Knicks’ trades are complete. It’s a 3-team deal with Dallas and Washington. New York sends Turiaf, 2013 2nd-round pick and cash to Wizards.
Good Evening Folks! Tonight, the New York Knicks will host the Utah Jazz. This will be the first and only visit to MSG for the Jazz this year, and this is the second game of a back to back for the New York Knicks.
I’m not sure if we will ever be able to beat them. I would rather play the Celtics, Heat, Lakers, or Spurs, instead of playing the Caveliers. They make us look slow, stupid, and fat. They out-hustle us, they out-assisted us, and they out-scored us.
After a feel-good win against the New Orleans Hornets, the Knicks will now have a chance to retaliate against the Caveliers Friday night. Last time the Knicks and Cavs played, the Cavs out-hustled, and out-played the Knicks. Hopefully Friday night will be different.