Was only a matter of time before Knicks found Magic’s gooey center.
Jason Kidd will not play tonight against the Orlando Magic. For those of you devastated by news like this, I have a warning: save your strength. There’s probably more coming. The New York Knicks are built around a starting shooting guard who is 39 and played too many minutes in… Read More →
We are now 12 games into Amar’e Stoudemire’s 2012-13 season. With each passing game, there’s more reason to be optimistic about what he can give the Knicks over the final half of the year. But let’s start with what he’s done, collectively, in these 12 games. So far, Amar’e is… Read More →
MVP this night was Anthony, but Josh Smith was a close second.
Felton and Shumpert are back, but their games are still en route.
Seven years of losing, LaLa’s honor, both avenged in single win.
When Carmelo Anthony and the rest of the Knicks last watched the Boston Celtics’ bus drive away from Madison Square Garden, the Celtics had a 102-96 victory in hand, their third in a row. They’d evened their record at 17-17, and the script seemed familiar to everyone: the veteran Celtics… Read More →
Knicks outplayed in practically every way, but Melo/Amar’e combo work is probably the most important thing that happened today.
Knicks country ’tis of thee, sweet land of Anthony, of Shump we sing.
Incredible as it seemed as recently as November, the Knicks miss Rasheed Wallace, who’d been retired for two previous seasons, and seemed likely to be the final man off the bench in blowouts than an important part of the team’s rotation. In 20 games, Wallace averaged just under 15 minutes… Read More →
Look, the news following Sunday’s game that Iman Shumpert would make his season debut Thursday in London was ridiculously good news. Shumpert is easy to root for, and worked hard to return from the knee injury that ended his season last year. Moreover, his skill defending quick guards is one… Read More →
Knicks get back to basics, and a must-win game is won.
Don’t let the close final score fool you.
The offense, sans Melo and Felton, hits rock bottom, or so we hope.
The Knicks will have to take on the Indiana Pacers without Carmelo Anthony. Anthony’s postgame visits to Kevin Garnett’s locker room and Kevin Garnett’s bus have cost him a game, and slightly more than $176,000 in pay. It’s too bad- the Pacers were going to be tough with Anthony. And… Read More →