Knicks2012

Knicks Injury Updates

The Knicks currently have 6 players injured: Amare Stoudemire, Iman Shumpert, Ronnie Brewer, Marcus Camby, Chris Smith and Henry Sims. Amare Stoudemire sat out the Knicks’ second pre-season game against the Boston Celtics as a pre-caution; in fact, it was said that if game one was a regular season game, he would have played. Stoudemire… More

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Melo Willing To Make Sacrifice?

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.

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Knicks Come Up Short Against The Bulls

Tonight, the Knicks kicked off their one and only back-to-back-to-back with an energy filled loss at home against the Bulls, by a score of 102-105. Now, like many times this season, the Knicks played three quarters of good basketball, but were debilitated by one quarter. Tonight, that quarter was the second.

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Time for the Knicks to Prove Themselves

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… More

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The Future is Now.

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.

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Knicks Win! 107-88

Just an all around feel good victory for the Knicks tonight. Toney Douglas stepped in for an injured Chauncey Billups and played great. He shot 10 for 13 from the floor, including 4 for 6 from behind the line. He finished with 24 and 5 assists.

Knicks 83 – Kings 93

The Knicks did not show up. The team shot an abysmal 31% from the field. Amare, who had a strong all-around game rebounding and blocking shots, made only 6 of 22 attempts from the field. He still finished with 25 points.