Greatest comeback in franchise history foiled by late turnover, later desperation heave.
I’ve argued various things about Raymond Felton in this space. Felton shoots to much, he needs to go to the basket more, he has been facilitating Tyson Chandler’s offensive game to a remarkable extent, he single-handedly won the second Miami game. What’s the common denominator? He’s been a huge part… Read More →
There is no defense for Jason Kidd with a time machine, or J.R. Smith, period.
This game was decided, in July, by location of Steve Nash’s children.
The news that Marcus Camby will return for Christmas should fill Knicks fans with holiday joy. This is true for me, and I celebrate Chanukah. Here’s the relevant information you need to know. The Knicks this season are 28th in the league in rebound rate, as per John Hollinger’s stats…. Read More →
One quarter of Melo is enough to beat four quarters of Minnesota.
Nobody plays well early, everybody gets ejected in the middle, and Knicks nearly play well enough to win late anyway.
This is a joke, right? The Nets acquired a six-time all star in Joe Johnson to start at shooting guard, paying him max money. The Knicks grabbed J.R. Smith midseason last year from China, and re-signed him for $2.8 million. So who’s been better? I mean, it pretty clearly is… Read More →
No one is happier to say “Hello Brooklyn” than Carmelo Anthony.
Much of the speculation around the return of Jeremy Lin to Madison Square Garden Monday night has been about how he’s received. Will he be D’Antoni’d? Ewing’d? Or something in between? Al Iannzone, the Knicks’ beat reporter for Newsday, seemed to endorse a cheer at intros, followed by booing every… Read More →
No Melo, Kyrie Irving dominates, but the Knicks just win now, all the time, no matter what.
There’s no defense for the Lakers; pray for Melo.
So I’ve been thinking a lot about my basketball feelings since Tuesday night’s game, the 100-97 thriller over the Nets at the Barclays Center. To see the Knicks steal one despite no real production out of Raymond Felton, the worst game of Tyson Chandler’s year, zero points from Steve Novak… Read More →
Anthony and Kidd were just enough to overcome struggles of Chandler, Felton and defense, not to mention the Nets.
Watch Amar’e work on the jump shot. The work he did bursting to the hoop was even more encouraging.