Listen to Carmelo Anthony discuss Steph Curry’s big night.
Steph Curry channeled Michael Jordan, but Chandler, Anthony and the Knicks made like Jordan’s Bulls.
Terrible news out of Knicks practice this morning: Rasheed Wallace, who was quite effective in 20 games before getting sidelined with a sore left foot, has a fracture in that foot requiring surgery. He’ll be out at least eight weeks, which takes the Knicks through round one of the playoffs…. Read More →
Knicks find team struggling even more; Stoudemire, Smith struggle no longer.
Knicks fall behind the Pacers, Nets closing in, Sixers next on the schedule, Raptors clearly better right now: bring on the Kings?
A future second round pick! Okay, look: this wasn’t the move that some were hoping would come along and make the Knicks better. Frankly, after last night, had this deal netted Kevin Durant, it probably wouldn’t feel like enough. But the deal does a few things: it opens a roster… Read More →
No, the break didn’t help.
So the NBA trade deadline is Thursday, 3 PM. Am I of the opinion that the Knicks must make a deal? Or have I concluded that only this group can challenge the Miami Heat, and any changes would be fatal? At the risk of losing my spot on Show Where… Read More →
I sure don’t envy the decision-makers for the New York Knicks. The trade deadline is Thursday, 3 p.m. By then, the Knicks need to figure out: 1. If Iman Shumpert can get healthy enough to help with their primary defensive deficiency, slowing down quick, penetrating guards. 2. If Jason Kidd,... Read More →
So the New York Post had a piece a few days ago I thought was worth addressing, because how Carmelo Anthony is ultimately viewed will have a great deal to do with LeBron James. James, in case you’ve missed it, is having the kind of year that makes him one… Read More →
Knicks done in by a one-armed Melo.
Mike Vaccaro, over at the New York Post, may be the best sports columnist in the business, and also one who seldom jumps to quick conclusions. So it caught my attention when Mike wrote this about Steve Novak, in his column following yesterday’s loss to the Clippers: “And there is… Read More →
Carmelo Anthony keeps Knicks in it, but Chris Paul is astonishingly good, Jamal Crawford out-sixths J.R. Smith.
Over the past six games, Jason Kidd’s performance has dropped just a little. In his first 36 games, Kidd shot better than 42 percent from the field, just over 41 percent from three, four assists per game, and nearly 30 minutes per contest. In his last six games, Kidd shot… Read More →
When Wizards channel Jimmy Chitwood, it is easy to see why Hickory won the state title.