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.
John Schmeelk gives Knicks fans the rundown on what expect in the 2011-12 season. Can the Knicks make a magic run? Here’s what to watch for this season…
Watching fans pine for Jamal Crawford has been confusing and disconcerting. Despite doing nothing but losing with Crawford as one of the Knicks key cogs, fans have fond memories of him during his time in New York.
Many factors led to the Knicks’ pursuit of free agent center Tyson Chandler. Also, Chris Paul may not be as appealing as some have suggested.
Unfortunately for the Knicks, good size is hard to find — and doesn’t come cheap.
Knicks fans need to take a ‘wait and see approach’ when it comes to the possibility of landing star point guard Chris Paul.
Chris Paul wants a trade to New York — but even most Knicks fans would admit they don’t have the parts to land the Hornets’ superstar.
Sure, the Knicks will be a playoff team this year — and there’s a great chance they will actually have home court advantage in the first round of the playoffs. But they are not ready to compete with teams like Dallas.
The Knicks don’t have a draft pick in the top half of the first round this year (finally), yet this selection will be as important as any in recent memory.
If the Knicks want to win this series they need to play their A game offensively, and be decent on defense.
Carmelo Anthony scored 39 points, his best effort since coming to New York, and the Knicks pulled out a 113-106 overtime victory over the Orlando Magic on Monday night to snap a six-game losing streak.
Knicks president Donnie Walsh admitted to the NY Post on Sunday that he “didn’t expect” to see his team falter with Carmelo Anthony. So what do the Knicks need?
Sir Charles has spoken. NBA analyst Charles Barkley attacked the Knicks’ season ticket price hikes — and their defense — with a two-pronged media assault on Monday.
It’s a Tuesday morning Melo party here on the Boomer & Carton morning extravaganza, as news broke last last night that the Knicks finally managed to pry Carmelo Anthony away from the Nuggets.
The ransom for Carmelo Anthony just keeps growing and growing. According to the Post, Denver asked the Knicks last week to give up Raymond Felton, Danilo Gallinari, Wilson Chandler, Landry Fields, Timofey Mozgov and a first-round draft pick.