The NBA All-Star Weekend has come and gone and Carmelo Anthony is not on the Knicks or Nets. Nope — at this point the scoring machine known affectionately known as ‘Melo’ is still a Denver Nugget.
They’re baaaack! The Nets, thought to be completely out of the hunt for Carmelo Anthony just weeks ago, have reached an agreement with the Nuggets that would send the superstar from Denver to New Jersey, reports The Bergen Record’s Al Iannazzone.
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.
Legendary investor Warren Buffet has summed up the key to being successful: “Intensity is the Price of Excellence.” The Knicks better listen because it’s quite obvious they need some education.
Amare Stoudemire will try to help the Knicks sweep the season series from Blake Griffin and the sputtering Clippers on Wednesday night at Madison Square Garden.
The Knicks hope to continue their three-game home win streak at home Wednesday night when they try to snap Nowitzki and the Dallas Mavericks’ five-game run.
Before I go off on my own hyperbole, I’m going to warn everyone else to be stay calm and be reasonable. The Knicks didn’t just discover a double-double machine in Timofey Mozgov.
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Timofey Mozgov had season highs of 23 points and 14 rebounds in his first appearance since Jan. 9, and the Knicks beat the Pistons 124-106 on Sunday night.
Amare Stoudemire made a triumphant return to Phoenix and his Knicks put on a performance that mirrored the high-flying Suns of years gone by.
Whenever the Knicks won a game in the last ten years it was a bit of a surprise. Now, a loss to a bad team would really be a disappointment.
The Knicks struck gold on their trip out west, but now we found out if it’s real or fake.
Amar’e Stoudemire had 39 points and 11 rebounds, Danilo Gallinari scored 17 of his career high-tying 31 points in the fourth quarter, and the New York Knicks completed a three-game California sweep with a 124-115 victory over the league-worst Los Angeles Clippers on Saturday night.
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.
Amare Stoudemire and Danilo Gallinari each scored 27 points to help the New York Knicks snap a six-game losing streak with a 113-106 victory over the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night.