Pablo Prigioni can fill Jason Kidd’s shoes while Kidd recovers from back spasms.
The Knicks know how to win ugly and well — that’s beautiful.
For those of you out there that hadn’t seen enough from this Knicks team, now you have it. There was almost nothing missing from the Knicks’ win in San Antonio on Thursday night. There is no better win than that.
Always an infuriating figure… J.R. Smith is finally blossoming in his second year as a Knick.
It would’ve been an easy PR move — and a wise marketing decision — for the Knicks to bring back Jeremy Lin. But Raymond Felton has the offense running on all cylinders.
“January, February is what we’re aiming for,” Shumpert said. “I’m just trying to get healthy. When I get healthy, I’ll return to the court. I’m not going to come back and not be able to do the things I did last year and a little more. I want to come back and add something.’’
All in all, until Stoudemire gets back, here’s how I see Woodson breaking down the 240 minutes available in an NBA game.
So the media got to interrogate the various members of the Knicks organization on Monday, from general manager Glen Grunwald to head coach Mike Woodson to new Spanish point guard Pablo Prigioni. Here were some of the topics and my take.
Mike Woodson declined to comment about Jeremy Lin on Knicks’ media day.
Talk about Lin-gering over a decision.
After a weekend where both the Yankees & Mets were swept, Adam Scott bogeyed away the British Open and Joe Paterno’s statue was rightfully taken down, Boomer and Craig had plenty to talk about this Monday morning.
There’s plenty of blame to go around when figuring out who to point the finger at for the loss of Jeremy Lin. It should be no surprise that it all starts at the top.
Jeremy Lin could be a starting point guard in this league for a decade. He could make All-Star teams. And the Knicks just gave him up for nothing.
Ever hear of the stretch provision? It might just save Jeremy Lin’s career in New York.
Well, Linsanity was fun while it lasted.