John Schmeelk gives Knicks fans the rundown on what expect in the 2011-12 season. Can the Knicks make a magic run? Here’s what to watch for this season…
A person with knowledge of the plans says point guard Baron Davis will sign with the New York Knicks.
The Knicks have a huge hole at point guard they need to fill if they want to be considered true top tier championship contenders.
The Knicks signed veteran guard Mike Bibby and re-signed Jared Jeffries. Bibby’s addition may force out Chauncey Billups.
The Knicks say guard Toney Douglas had surgery on his right shoulder and could be sidelined four months.
It shouldn’t matter that the Rangers and the Knicks aren’t playing anymore this spring because really we knew they wouldn’t playing that long all along.
The Knicks need to show us that they care as much as we do, that the desolate days of Isiah Thomas are over, that Carmelo didn’t just bring star power, but also firepower, that beyond the red carpet glitter is a blue-collar grit shared by the men and women who can’t afford courtside seats.
The Knicks are trailing the Celtics two games to none, and strangely, I couldn’t be prouder of the team. Sure, there’s anger about another tight loss, but all Knicks fans should appreciate something…
The two teams made their bets. Game one was the flop. The Knicks blew a huge opportunity to win a road game against a superior opponent and now it’s time for the turn. This is when coaches earn their money.
Toney Douglas played well when he replaced an injured Chauncey Billups during the regular season. There’s much more at stake now.
The Knicks must figure out how to finish off games. Just watch the Boston Celtics.
Derrick Rose and the Chicago Bulls stayed in the race for the NBA’s best record, overwhelming the New York Knicks to start the second half and winning 103-90 on Tuesday night for their eighth straight victory.
Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire have to play well, but their jobs are made so much easier by a point guard that can set them up. Billups is the lynchpin that holds it all together and it should be no surprise.
Carmelo Anthony scored 39 points, his best effort since coming to New York, and the Knicks pulled out a 113-106 overtime victory over the Orlando Magic on Monday night to snap a six-game losing streak.
Chris Wilcox threw down a one-handed dunk off a missed shot with 53 seconds left, and the Detroit Pistons rallied from an 11-point, fourth-quarter deficit to beat the New York Knicks 99-95 on Friday night.