Which teams will make the playoffs? Which teams will win their conferences and make it to the NBA Finals? WFAN co-host Evan Roberts has you covered in his 2013-14 NBA preview.
Pacers coach Frank Vogel walked into Monday’s practice with a simple message for players as they adapt to Miami’s new wrinkle – using LeBron James in the post.
The Miami Heat are going to have quite a challenge in front of them from the opening tip of Game 4 in the Eastern Conference Finals. Miami must find a way to once again play a near perfect half against the defensive-minded Indiana Pacers.
After watching Games 3 and 4, it would be hard to make the case that the Knicks can win on Saturday night in Indiana. So why will Game 6 be different? Here’s a dose of hope…
Whichever players are on the court for the Knicks when they try to save their season Thursday night, coach Mike Woodson just wants them to shoot with confidence.
Woodson was absolutely brutal. But let’s not spare the Knicks’ players from this little bloodbath.
George Hill scored 26 points and Paul George added 18 points and 14 rebounds Tuesday night, leading the Indiana Pacers to a 93-82 victory over the New York Knicks and a 3-1 lead in the second-round series.
Here’s the deal: unless Carmelo Anthony, J.R. Smith and Tyson Chandler get going, the Knicks aren’t going to win anything.
INDIANAPOLIS (CBSNewYork/AP) — The Knicks have looked downright anemic offensively and it doesn’t appear their bench is getting much better, literally. Guard J.R. Smith, the NBA’s top sixth man, actually increased his shooting percentage in […]
The Knicks have to continue to play small, and play their game. Now isn’t the time to panic. Not yet, anyway.
The Knicks will not concede they have a “big” problem — yet. Check back if they lose Game 2 on Tuesday night.
The Pacers are classic Eastern Conference bruisers, while the Knicks are countering with something closer to small ball. So far, Indiana’s way is bigger, badder and better.
Carmelo Anthony shot 10-of-28 in the Knicks’ 102-95 defeat to the Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals.
The Knicks dominated the woeful Indiana Pacers on Sunday, 88-76.
Carmelo Anthony could very well be the Knicks’ power forward on opening night. This position switch has a lot of Knicks fans and NBA statistical gurus excited. I understand some of their sentiment, but much of it is based on wishful thinking rather than reality.