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.
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Madison Square Garden Bridges Debut, Patrick Ewing Videobombs Alan Hahn, JR Smith Hits a Half-Court Buzzer-Beater, and Carmelo Anthony Misses a Game-Tying Last Second Shot: Knicks and Bobcats Preseason Action
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
Ryane Clowe, scoreless in every previous game this year – all with the San Jose Sharks – scored two goals tonight to help the newly-shaped Rangers defeat the suddenly wounded Penguins 6-1 at the Garden.
Clowe, brought over in a trade Tuesday night, was instant offense for the Blueshirts, also adding an assist.
He was not the only new Ranger to make a difference tonight. Continue reading
J.R. Smith ran with children who we’re participating in a halftime event on the Madison Square Garden court last night during the Knicks-Pistons game.
Is there really anything more I need to say to get you to watch?
Video Ahead! Continue reading
We interrupt the next J.R. Smith post to bring you some other breaking news about the Knicks.
Tyson Chandler is really good at grabbing rebounds.
Record-breaking good. Continue reading
New York Weekend Roundup: Knicks and Rangers win, Amare Stoudemire Is Perfect, and Mike Rupp is Traded
But before we look at the weekend, a trade has occurred that will change the Rangers main roster going forward.
The New York Knicks took one from the Orlando Magic last night at MSG. Carmelo Anthony broke a team record for most consecutive games with 20 points and the Melo-Tyson Chandler- Amare Stoudemire combination seems to be clicking wonderfully for the first time.
But that was basketball, and this is just as good.
A week ago the New York Rangers finally opened their lockout-shortened season at Madison Square Garden against the Pittsburgh Penguins.
Here is a fan’s video (mine) of the always fun player introductions, including all of our Blueshirts favorites: From Henrik Lundqvist, to the big trade get of Rick Nash, to the Captain, Ryan Callahan: Continue reading
The first time around, Knicks fans got their satisfaction. The coach who they pleaded to find a little defense until he decided New York was not in his future plans, returned to the Garden and lost with his new team, the Los Angeles Lakers, 116-107.
And boy was that fun. Despite MVP candidate, Carmelo Anthony getting injured in the final minutes of the game, the Knicks were able to run the wounded Lakers off the floor.
This left the Lakers at 9-14, a shell of the normal Lakers teams. Having dispatched embattled coach, Mike Brown, after only 5 games, LA was still trying to get used to D’Antoni’s “SSOL” offense.