It’s nice the Knicks beat the Sacramento Kings Wednesday night, but it doesn’t mean anything if the win doesn’t turn into any sort of consistent play and success.
It’s quite fitting that Mike D’Antoni takes his motley crew of Knicks on their first West Coast trip with their season on the verge of oblivion.
It’s starting to feel that way, isn’t it? The last three losses for the Knicks, all winnable games, have shaken the confidence of fans everywhere.
32.7 wins…49.3 losses…their last playoff appearance was six years ago…they haven’t had a winning team since the 2000-01 season. That’s it, I’m done… I promise. The Knicks negativity was a thing of last decade.
The All-Star power forward was the only big piece the Knicks landed in free agency, and now will try to lead them to their first postseason appearance since 2004.
New York center Ronny Turiaf is confident the summer arrivals of star forward Amar’e Stoudemire and other new players will help the Knicks get back to the NBA playoffs.
For the Knicks, at least, the NBA offseason is more or less over. Donnie Walsh, Mike D’Antoni and the Knicks fans know who is going to be taking the floor come the 2010-11 season. The […]