Knicks blogger John Schmeelk gets a few things off his chest, including Mike D’Antoni’s philosophy about fouling, the media’s reaction to Jeremy Lin and the new ticket prices at Madison Square Garden.
Graffiti artists Tats Cru have painted a tribute to Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin on the side of a building on 2nd Street and Avenue A in the East Village.
Jeremy Lin has been the NBA’s biggest story this month, but the focus shifted back to Dwight Howard, where it began this season, with the NBA’s midseason event in the city he insists he loves but wants to leave.
Since Linsanity hit New York City, local bars and restaurants have been offering specials in honor of surprise Knicks superstar Jeremy Lin. These are a few of our favorite Linspired eats.
Knicks’ guard Jeremy Lin is breaking barriers and smashing social stereotypes.
It seems the whole world has been swept up in the recent excitement over Knicks phenom Jeremy Lin.
Once upon a time, there was a New York Knicks team that LINitially came into the season with high expectations. However, as the season started, the team began stumLIN and bumbLIN and found themselves with an abysmal record.
Aside from shooting game winning three pointers, the sudden superstar has provided New Yorkers with a new hobby: Coming up with the best Jeremy Lin-isms.
Nope, that’s not a typo. Mike D’Antoni’s Knicks are winning with defense. It’s the first time that could be said of any Knicks team since Jeff Van Gundy was the coach more than ten years ago. Don’t believe me? Just look at the numbers.
Carmelo Anthony shook off a poor shooting night to make the tiebreaking basket with 2:39 remaining and score 22 points, and the New York Knicks avenged an embarrassing loss to the Charlotte Bobcats with a 91-87 victory on Monday night.
Carmelo Anthony hyperextended his left knee during practice Monday and the Knicks say his return is day to day.
Everyone around the NBA is obsessed with copying Miami with the three superstar model, but the fact of the matter is that formula hasn’t proven to win anything. Instead, the Knicks found someone to fit their greatest need.
It was a rough week in New York sports. From the Jets and Giants to the Yankees and Rangers, there wasn’t a lot to be happy about.
Carmelo Anthony fully expects the NBA to cancel some regular-season games soon, and said players around the league have been bracing to hear that grim news.
The New York Knicks have hired former Atlanta Hawks coach Mike Woodson as an assistant to Mike D’Antoni.