The New York Knicks have been blessed with an extremely deep team – even Mike D’Antoni stretched his usual 8-9 man rotation – but with the playoffs starting, the rotation will shrink… The question is, who will make the cut?
No more paying attention to Bucks, Sixers and Magic games. No more trying to figure out who the first round opponent will be. The playoffs have arrived and the team the Knicks hoped to model when they first signed Amar’e Stoudemire in 2010 is the opponent: The Miami Heat.
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The playoff schedules just came out, so I thought I’d give you all an update on when the Knicks will be playing! Game 1 will be on April 28th (Saturday) at 3:30 PM EST, in Miami, and can be seen on ABC.
Today, the New York Knicks issued a statement in which they named Glen Grunwald Executive Vice President and General Manager. Since July, Grunwald has been in this role – on an interim basis – and today, the Knicks made it permanent.
With the Bucks’ loss to the Indiana Pacers tonight, the Knicks have clinched a playoff birth for the second consecutive year. So, even though four games remain before the season officially concludes, no matter the outcome of those games, the Knicks will be playing playoff basketball. Mathematically, the Knicks could still end up with the […]
After a 17-point loss in Toronto last night, the Knicks bounced back with a 21-point victory over the Pistons tonight, at Madison Square Garden. The Knicks were pretty sloppy tonight, but thanks to some solid shooting, from both the field and the free-throw line, the Knicks were able to cruise to a double-digit victory. They […]
The going could get pretty bad for the Knicks if they do not start playing at the elite-level everyone envisioned they would, before the season started. The Knicks’ next 10 opponents provide far more competition than the first nine did. Of their first nine opponents, only two of their prior opponents were playoff squads last […]
New York Knicks fans are celebrating their most successful season since the 2003-04 NBA season to be precise. The whole city has fallen in love with all-star forward-center Amar’e Stoudemire, who has enjoyed “MVP” chants for the majority of the season.
On Friday the Knicks are set to play the Sixers in Philadelphia in the first game of a home-and-home. Both of these games seem like games that the Knicks should win, as they have a 25-23 record compared to the Sixers who are slightly worse at 22-26.