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Kallas: Breaking Down The Knicks, The Return Of Amar’e And Jeremy Lin

The return of Stoudemire shouldn’t really be a big deal. It’s very clear that Anthony, the main man no matter who is on the Knicks, has to get the overwhelming majority of his minutes at the four.


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Lichtenstein: Long-Suffering Knick Fans How-Lin’ After Felton Trade

With one move this weekend, the New York Knicks took a step toward the modern NBA game and at the same time alienated a large segment of their fan base who yearn for old-school basketball.


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Schmeelk: With Camby Acquisition, Knicks Continue Rounding Out Their Roster

Clearly on the downside of his career at age 38, Camby still provides a lot of value for the Knicks off the bench. He averaged nine rebounds in only 23 minutes, good enough for one of the best rates in the NBA.


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Schmeelk: Let’s Face It, The Knicks Simply Aren’t In The Heat’s Class

The Knicks are not in the Heat’s class right now. It’s an unavoidable fact that no one can deny after watching Miami easily dispatch the Knicks in five games.


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Schmeelk: A Breakdown Of What The Knicks Need To Do To Win Game 3

Tonight’s game against the Heat is obviously a must-win if the Knicks want any chance of winning this series, as slim as it might be. Here’s what New York needs to do to win Game 3.


Iman Shumpert of the New York Knicks is carried off the court against the Miami Heat in Game One of the Eastern Conference Quarterfinals at the American Airines Arena. (Photo by Marc Serota/Getty Images)

Knicks Crushed By Heat In Game 1, Shumpert Suffers Knee Injury

The Knicks were dealt a blow on the scoreboard and to their roster as Iman Shumpert was carried off the court. The Knicks were defeated by the Heat 100-67 in Game 1.


Tyson Chandler #6 and Carmelo Anthony #7 of the New York Knicks watch the game from the bench. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

Mike Woodson Could Sit Carmelo Anthony Before Playoffs

The New York Knicks gave center Tyson Chandler, the key to their improved defense, a day off yesterday. Other starters might soon find themselves on the bench also.


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Anthony, Stoudemire Lead Knicks Past Hawks 113-112

Carmelo Anthony scored 39 points, and the New York Knicks outlasted the Atlanta Hawks 113-112 on Sunday in a game between two playoff-bound teams still battling for postseason seeding.


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Schmeelk: Knicks Need Carmelo To Be The Centerpiece

There are only a handful of basketball players on the planet that can single-handedly carry a team’s offense like Carmelo Anthony has the past two weeks.


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Knicks’ Jared Jeffries To Reportedly Have MRI, Miss Next Two Games

Knicks forward Jared Jeffries will reportedly have an MRI on his knee. He’s expected to miss Friday night’s game against the Raptors and Saturday night’s game against the Pistons.


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Schmeelk: New Knicks Coach, Same Knicks Problems

Knicks management had to choose between Mike D’Antoni and Carmelo Anthony. It should come as no surprise that Carmelo Anthony won. The coach never had a chance.


Tim Duncan #21 of the San Antonio Spurs aims for the basket during the game between the New York Knicks and the San Antonio Spurs at the AT&T Center on March 7, 2012 in San Antonio, Texas. (Photos by Alissa Hollimon/NBAE via Getty Images)

Schmeelk: Knicks A No-Show Against Spurs

The performance the Knicks put out against the Spurs Wednesday night was a joke. It’s one thing for a team to lack chemistry on offense, or miss a lot of shots. It’s a completely other matter for a team to look like they don’t give a damn.


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Hartnett: The Rise Of Knicks Sharpshooter Steve Novak

Jeremy Lin isn’t the only Knicks player to battle his way back to the NBA after being forced to pave his way through the D-League.


Jeremy Lin of the New York Knicks takes a jump shot over Dirk Nowitzki of the Dallas Mavericks during the game on February 19, 2012 at Madison Square Garden in New York City. (Photo by Nathaniel S. Butler/NBAE via Getty Images)

Lin Leads Knicks Past Defending Champion Mavericks, 104-97

Jeremy Lin scored 28 points and added a career-high 14 assists as the Knicks took down the defending champion Mavericks, 104-97.


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Lin For The Win! Knicks Sensation Scripts Most Thrilling Finish Yet

Call it a Lin-stant classic. And just in time for the Knicks’ longest homestand of the season.