Knicks and crowd just show up, and that’s plenty against the Wizards.
So the incomparable Ian Begley had a big scoop last night, getting information that Amar’e Stoudemire is willing to come off the bench when he returns. As I’ve previously written, this isn’t a big surprise. However he feels about the move, what was he going to do, go on strike?… Read More →
Knicks won with Anthony and Chandler, but dominated thanks to Prigioni and Novak.
Some Knicks news following last night’s 96-89 loss to the Nets. Ronnie Brewer will play Wednesday, with his broken finger taped. Problem is, hot shooting was a big part of Brewer’s start with the Knicks. That was bound to regress to the mean eventually, but a broken finger can only… Read More →
Only man who could stop Chandler and Anthony was Felton.
Let’s face it: Monday night’s game between the New York Knicks and Brooklyn Nets was destined to provide more hype than any November game could deliver. But by virtue of the rescheduling, this game is far more relevant to the ultimate goals of both teams than we’d have realized back… Read More →
Dreadful defense cannot defeat entire team impersonating Linsanity.
A solid offensive game with leaky defense comes up one Hero Ball short.
A sign of how good the 8-1 New York Knicks have it: the major worries at this point are whether bringing back an elite scorer in Amar’e Stoudemire will hurt the team, and the shooting accuracy of a guy who is hitting 34 percent of his threes. We’ll have plenty… Read More →
Sometimes, teams just won’t stop Carmelo Anthony, and that will be plenty.
For me, tonight’s matchup between the Knicks and the New Orleans Hornets will be watching Anthony Davis, the talented rookie, go up against Tyson Chandler. Davis is averaging 16 points and 8.3 rebounds per game, but he’s really been considerably above or below those averages. He has three games of… Read More →
Sometimes, this Knicks defense will win games all by itself.
Because it had to end sometime.
There are no shortage of basketball reasons why the New York Knicks beat the San Antonio Spurs for the first time since Allan Houston had functioning knees. Raymond Felton had probably his best game as a pro. Carmelo Anthony provided a ton of value despite not scoring- arguably, he provided… Read More →
The comeback shouldn’t obscure the full effort, in the most impressive win by the Knicks in many years.