Listen to Carmelo Anthony discuss Steph Curry’s big night.
Coming very soon to an actual Knicks game…
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 →
Watch Amar’e work on the jump shot. The work he did bursting to the hoop was even more encouraging.
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 →
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 →
Some interesting insights from Mike Woodson. The whole thing is linked in the post under this one. He’s eloquent about the role he sees the Knicks as playing tonight in the context of the recovery. In short, on players: Rasheed Wallace is available, but will play based on matchups. Marcus… Read More →
Good morning! If you are reading this on your home computer, you have more power than I do. Congratulations! Hug your thermostat. In a little while, I will begin my trek into Manhattan, to make sure I am at Madison Square Garden in plenty of time to provide you with… Read More →