With the Knicks falling apart because of injury and turmoil, Carmelo Anthony decided to do some breaking of his own tonight.
Melo moved past Bernard King and Kobe Bryant in the Knicks and Madison Square Garden record books, setting a franchise, arena, and career record for points in a single game, blasting off for 62 tonight versus the Bobcats. Continue reading
We started the season under the guise that perhaps Iman Shumpert could get traded at some point. Fans pointed towards his defense and those few foreshadowing sparks of offense he has had over his career as signs that there was potential that we could not overlook.
Then came the Kenneth Faried rumors and we saw that the league does not quite value Shump like we do, as Denver laughed off that trade possibility. Still, trade rumors loomed. Continue reading
If the Knicks and their fans were not panicking after losing their 3rd game in a row (to the Al Jefferson-less Charlotte Bobcats), they certainly are now.
ESPN’s Ian Begley reports that New York center, Tyson Chandler, will miss 4-6 weeks with a non-displaced fracture of his right fibula. Continue reading
From the silly to the incredible to the defeating, Friday’s preseason New York Knicks and Charlotte Bobcats matchup was a notable exhibition.
It first featured a fun return of a legend: Patrick Ewing. Continue reading
Former first overall pick, Andrea Bargnani, is on his way to New York after a deal between the Knicks and Raptors was completed early Monday. The trade has led to debate on the merits and faults of the deal. Here are three different perspectives on the deal:
Circle of sports: One season ends, another begins. Generally this happens with sports of different seasons though; tonight, there is a chance two fall-spring sports could see a divergence with their teams.
Yes, the Knicks and Rangers are heading two different ways – one looks to capitalize on it, one looks to reclaim what it once had before it’s too late. Continue reading
The long “anticipated” return to the New York’s lineup by Amare Stoudemire occurs today for Game 3 of the Knicks-Pacers series.
“Anticipated” is held in quotes because how Knicks fans feel is anything but hope for the return of their long-injured superstar; the overwhelming feeling is rather…dread. Continue reading
A question coming out of New York prior to the Knicks vs. Pacers Series Game 2 is whether or not the Knicks need to shy away from their small-ball ways of the 2012-13 season and try to match up with the Pacers strong front-court, including Roy Hibbert, David West, and Tyler Hansbrough.
What could help the Knicks more is a return to mid-season form from their leader and starting center, Tyson Chandler. Continue reading
Sunday afternoon brought more feed to the side that believes Carmelo Anthony is a shot vacuum for the New York Knicks offense.
Many already call him a “volume shooter” – a negative connotation for players who shoot until they get hot or just take a large quantity of their team’s shots.
There have been many players under this designation who have led their teams to the playoffs. But is Melo the single worst volume shooter of them all? Continue reading
The New York Knicks look to continue their playoff-winning ways Sunday afternoon as the NBA Conference Semi-Finals continue at Madison Square Garden vs. the Pacers.
After months and years of Carmelo Anthony appearing in the Blue and Orange, he has finally destroyed the ghosts of more than a decade of playoff losing for the Knicks. But will they continue towards their path to a championship against Indiana?