When even Felton’s 60-footers fall, it is a good night for the Knicks.
Is this becoming J.R. Smith’s team?
Offensive pyrotechnics by Shumpert, then Smith destroy Grizzlies before Melo had the chance.
There are 13 games until the playoffs begin. I cannot remember a time, so late in the season, that we had so little information about what the Knicks will look like at playoff time. The five game winning streak is not just a confidence-builder; it has solidified the team’s playoff position at… Read More →
The turnover scarcity is November throwback; the offensive rebounds are new, and the winning in Boston is long overdue.
Knicks made right call keeping Melo, dumping Fields.
There we go, that’s the Melo and Chandler we know-what? That was Kenyon Martin?
Just got this in my inbox. If you are inclined to donate to a charity, and love the Knicks, this seems perfect. See text below: The New York Knicks have donated tickets in the West Balcony and provided VIP on-court access during a pre-game warm up and shoot-around to support… Read More →
Carmelo Anthony can still carry the Knicks, provided he has two fluid-free knees.
I got the feeling we were saying goodbye to Kurt Thomas last night against Utah. I don’t mean immediately, but I wondered if that extended time, 26+ minutes with some jumpers, some big rebounds, physical defense, strong picks… you know, Kurt Thomas, would happen again in his career. Looks like… Read More →
Efficient Felton helps Knicks pull upset.
It is easy to watch the Knicks as they appeared on Sunday, a deeply flawed team in a 93-80 loss to the Los Angeles Clippers, and conclude they need a quick fix. Carmelo Anthony can’t come back soon enough. Tyson Chandler needs to play through pain. They need a talent… Read More →
No Melo, no Tyson, no problem… for Blazers.
Oh no, not Tyson; take me instead.
A hobbled Melo returned, played too long, he and his teammates did far too little to win.