We’re all suckers for the Cinderella story. The underdog, the unknown athlete who comes out of nowhere and rises to the occasion.
Let’s hope grandma knows her basketball. Kiddos with Carmelo Anthony dolls on their wish lists could be in for a surprise, thanks to Walmart.
Boomer, who admitted to still having Linsanity, and Craig — who was never afflicted — discussed the guard’s comments about Melo.
Prized free agent Carmelo Anthony visited Houston on Wednesday and was greeted with images of him in two Rockets uniforms.
What a way to start a Thursday!
It’s no secret the Knicks want to upgrade at the point guard position. So how about a little Linsanity, the sequel?
When it comes to talking hoops, few bring to the table what Smith does. So Al Dukes booked the NYC basketball legend to chat with Boomer and Craig about the current state of the Knicks, among other things.
James Harden scored 37 points and Aaron Brooks made a pair of free throws with 17 seconds left to lift the Houston Rockets to a 102-100 win over the New York Knicks on Friday night.
Williams, the Nets’ $98 million man, has dealt with ankle issues in 2013. Over 15 starts he’s averaging 12.7 points, 7.6 assists and 2.4 rebounds in 29.1 minutes per game.
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Considering the way former Knick Jeremy Lin has been playing, the Rockets might not need James Harden to turn things around when they seek their 16th win in 17 games against New York.
With more than 50 wins for the New York Knicks and more than 27 points per game for himself, the numbers back Melo up. The Knicks won a division title, and Anthony will add the scoring title after the regular season ends Wednesday.
The game is over. Knee, you win. Please, please, leave the Knicks alone. They’ve had enough. Mercy, please.
Why is losing unacceptable with the Yanks, Mets, Giants and Jets, but not the Knicks? Has it occurred to anyone that the Knicks are the emblem of mediocrity? Worse, they are largely losers.
Pretty soon, Nash will capture the hearts of New Yorkers — not in a brief Jeremy Lin way, but instead in a Mark Messier way.