New York Knicks
Carmelo Anthony wants to play in the All-Star game so badly, it’s to the point where playing in it almost appears to be more important to him than participating in regular season games.
The Knicks community is rallying around Anthony Mason after the former bruising forward reportedly suffered a major heart attack.
As New York City gets set to host the NBA’s biggest names this weekend, we look back at some of the best All-Star games the area has ever seen.
Carmelo Anthony has acknowledged he may soon need to shut himself down due to a sore left knee. Surgery is an option, too. But he’s still planning to start Sunday’s showcase at MSG.
Nik Vucevic had 28 points and 18 rebounds, and the Orlando Magic held off the New York Knicks 89-83 on Wednesday night.
With the abundance of unfortunate stories circulating through the news cycle, Boomer and Craig began Thursday’s radio program on a somewhat somber note.
A popular Knicks forward from the 1990s is reportedly in the fight of his life.
Amar’e Stoudemire’s agent, Happy Walters, has had conversations with the Knicks about the team buying out his client’s contract.
We found out this week that James Dolan doesn’t take kindly to criticism. And according to fan favorite Charles Oakley, the Knicks owner has been holding a grudge against him for years.
“I won’t even try to force it. Even though the game will be in New York and I’d love to play in front of that crowd, if I can’t go, I can’t go.”
Boomer and Craig were thrilled to have the unlikely duo of Charles Oakley and Karl Malone in the Allstate Studio Wednesday morning — and the two retired NBA stars let it all hang out.
The way owners and front office executives react to angry letters tells a lot about them as people. It separates class from trash, smart from idiotic.
The angry Jets fans who brought you FireJohnIdzik.com have a new target: Knicks owner James Dolan.
Well that didn’t take long! Six weeks to the day since I predicted here that a fan-protest campaign would get rerouted from the Jets’ complex to MSG, my vision is nearing fruition.
Carmelo Anthony left in the fourth quarter to get his left knee re-taped, the team said, but never returned — and in the locker room afterward, showed signs of frustration.