For the “Late Show Top Ten List,” 10 legendary New York athletes — all of whom provided memorable moments at Madison Square Garden — rattled off their “Top Ten career highlights at Madison Square Garden.”
Former Knicks John Starks and Walt Frazier believe that the Knicks still have an advantage over the Nets this upcoming season, despite the major offseason moves made by Brooklyn.
Reigning NBA Defensive Player of the Year Tyson Chandler is a big reason why the Knicks have won five straight and sit a half-game behind the Miami Heat.
Anthony tied a franchise record with nine 3-pointers to cap a 42-point night and lead the Knicks to a 106-104 victory over the Atlanta.
Back in London and back on the basketball court, Carmelo Anthony went right back to his winning ways.
J.R. Smith has supreme confidence and no fear of taking big shots in crunch time. It’s an invaluable — yet dangerous — mindset.
All those comparisons to John Starks seemed premature, but the 2012-13 J.R. Smith is finally deserving of being compared to one of the most popular Knicks of all-time.
WLNY TV 10-55 joined CBS 2 and six CBS radio stations in a team effort with the Red Cross, celebrities and generous viewers for a special day of fundraising on Thursday.
“Garden 366″ and “Defining Moments” will be unveiled in November as part of the second phase of the World’s Most Famous Arena’s three-year transformation.
Former Knicks star John Starks believes hiring Mike Woodson was precisely what the team needed to do in order to take them to the next level.
The great John Starks called into the hotline this morning to talk with Boomer and Craig about the state of the Knicks as we head into the All-Star break.
Men love lists. As such I ask you: who’s the greatest baller in basketball history?
It was a ‘Melo’ morning here on the B&C Morning Extravaganza as Craig declares today a great day in New York and one of the greatest days in Knicks history…
John Starks will be among the former Knicks honored with “Legends Awards” at halftime against the Bucks on Wednesday. Starks joined Boomer & Carton Tuesday to talk about the award, and of course, the Knicks’ blockbuster trade for Carmelo Anthony.
The Knicks will honor one player for each decade from the 1950s to 2000s at halftime of their game against Milwaukee on Feb. 23.