Everything else will take care of itself if the Knicks start to guard people. It’s all that matters. It’s everything.
With Raymond Felton and Jason Kidd running the show, the Knicks are playing beautiful basketball.
Schmeelk says the Knicks can go as high as a two seed or as low as a sixth seed. Do you agree?
Anyone that says they know how the offense is going to be run right now is lying. They don’t. Nobody does. And no, watching practice on MSG or in person isn’t enough for me, either. I need to see it when the lights are on against real competition.
The Knicks’ offseason has been nearly as crazy as their season. But with the final pieces in place, it’s finally time to take a look at their roster and figure out exactly how good they are.
Could it be Steve-sanity next season in New York? If Amar’e Stoudemire had his way, soon-to-be free agent Steve Nash would be running the Knicks’ point next season.
Tonight, the Heat are out for the kill and will come out flying. To withstand all of that, the Knicks need to play a near perfect game. They need to do all these things to beat the Heat tonight.
If the numbers are to be believed, then the New York Knicks’ season is about to end. Of the other 101 teams to lose the first three games in a best-of-seven NBA series, none ultimately prevailed and only 10 managed to stave off elimination twice.
All hope at the point guard position for the New York Knicks seems to rest on the shoulders of the aging Mike Bibby.
Don’t call it a comeback. No, really. Don’t. At least for Game 5, anyway.
The Knicks tried hard on Thursday night against the Miami Heat. That was just about the only good news. The offense was putrid, disgusting, vomit-inducing; or any other negative adjective you can think of.
Tonight’s game against the Heat is obviously a must-win if the Knicks want any chance of winning this series, as slim as it might be. Here’s what New York needs to do to win Game 3.
As the Heat vaporized New York, you learned a few things. Miami has two players better than Carmelo Anthony. Miami wants it more. And the Knicks are soft. Yes, soft.
The Knicks weren’t competitive in the playoffs last year when Stoudemire developed a back problem, and any hopes of even qualifying for the postseason are in jeopardy now that he has another one.
Knicks point guard Baron Davis is hurting, and it will cost him his second straight game on Tuesday night. Davis will sit out against the Raptors at Madison Square Garden as he continues to nurse a strained right hamstring.