It’s a little early to write off the “bright” future of the New York Knicks before it has barely started. But what Miami has done in these playoffs doesn’t bode well for the future of the Knicks as a championship organization.
After the Lakers were bounced out of their Western Conference semifinals series 4–0 by the Dallas Mavericks the inevitable Phil Jackson to coach the Knicks talk started up.
The Knicks announced Wednesday that they are keeping the veteran point guard, deciding his leadership outweighs the savings they would have earned by waiving him this week.
Spring has sprung and we our football fix.Thankfully, we have Rex Ryan, the closest thing our town has to the Kingpin in cadence and contour, his guarantees always a few yards ahead of his deeds.
There’s still building to be done for the Knicks. Though nobody knows for sure who will be doing it, Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire know of a couple of guys willing — maybe expecting — to help: themselves.
It shouldn’t matter that the Rangers and the Knicks aren’t playing anymore this spring because really we knew they wouldn’t playing that long all along.
The Knicks believe Amar’e Stoudemire will be available for Game 3 of their playoff series, but sound less hopeful that Chauncey Billups can play.
WFAN host Gregg Sussman joined me to talk about the Knicks-Celtics series and what to expect from the Knicks in Game 3 and moving forward.
The Knicks are trailing the Celtics two games to none, and strangely, I couldn’t be prouder of the team. Sure, there’s anger about another tight loss, but all Knicks fans should appreciate something…
In the face of injuries, 18,000 ornery fans, and their own reputation as chumps, the Knicks pounded the Celtics on the boards, swatted shots, dove for loose balls, and almost won with 40 percent of their starting lineup on the shelf.
Amar’e Stoudemire tweaked his back during warm-ups, causing him to have back spasms and ultimately force him to leave the game. Craig took this as a sign of weakness, pleading with Stoudemire to “man-up”.
Kenny Albert joined Boomer & Craig this morning in studio and told the guys all about his hectic schedule, growing up with Marv Albert as his father, his tendency to sleep with his eyes open and his extra-large head.
Amar’e Stoudemire expects to be ready for the Knicks’ next playoff game after back spasms sidelined him for the entire second half of their 96-93 loss on Tuesday night that gave the Boston Celtics a 2-0 lead.
One thing Boomer & Craig could agree on was that Mike D’Antoni coached a good game considering the hand he was dealt. With that said, they were a little puzzled by some of his personal decisions…
The Knicks, Yankees and Mets were all in action yesterday, but Jerry Recco obviously got his update started on the hardwood.