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.
The New York Knicks seemed to have put their early struggles behind them. Their last performance proved they still have some issues to work out.
The Orlando Magic cruised to three double-digit wins over the New York Knicks last season. They are expecting a tougher matchup with Amar’e Stoudemire having joined New York.
Make no mistake — Amar’e Stoudemire is an upgrade over David Lee. But, looking at the rest of the roster, it’s hard to believe that the Knicks are going to make any noise this season.
A summer of potential glory faded into one of solid progress for the Knicks, and now even those expectations have been tempered by a disappointing preseason.
The Toronto Raptors are wondering how they’re going to replace an All-Star big man who was the face of their franchise. The New York Knicks are curious how much better they’re going to be with one.
Center Timofey Mozgov is questionable for the New York Knicks’ season opener at Toronto because of a left hip contusion.
Jason Kapono and Andre Iguodala scored 20 points each and the Philadelphia 76ers closed their preseason schedule with a 118-91 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
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.
This is the third year of the Mike D’Antoni – Donnie Walsh regime, but it might as well be the first.