I hate to say it, but the Knicks are a laughingstock to fans, media and other NBA executives. And it starts at the top with owner James Dolan and trickles down to the players.
Tyson Chandler returned from injury and J.R. Smith hit a go-ahead jumper in the second overtime and the New York Knicks beat the Milwaukee Bucks 107-101 on Wednesday night.
The Knicks got a win Wednesday night in Milwaukee, topping the Bucks 107-101 in double overtime and providing plenty to talk about in the process.
I actually walked out of MSG on Wednesday night annoyed that New York beat Chicago. Please don’t dismiss this. There’s logic behind it. I swear. Read on!
Chandler spoke to reporters Tuesday night before the struggling Knicks played the Cavaliers. He said his leg is feeling better and that he has not had any setbacks.
Mike Woodson just had three days of practice. I hope he used them well. It might very well be the last days he will have as head coach of the Knicks to turn this thing around. But he needs help from his players.
This team isn’t close to winning anything, so bringing back its core player for more money is counterintuitive. He has the most value and the Knicks can get the most for him in a trade.
Woodson has said things in his post game press conferences this year that are either illogical, lies, or downright false.
The Knicks admitted they didn’t play with defensive intensity or a fighting spirit, which is far worse than just playing poorly.
The Spurs took advantage of the Knicks, as coach Mike Woodson counted 17 layups in New York’s 120-89 loss on Sunday.
Not even the most stubborn person could come to any other conclusion: the Knicks are a bad team when Andrea Bargnani is on the court.
Some speculated Collins, who made history in April as the first active male athlete in the four major American pro sports to come out, would be a fit New York.
Last week I wrote about how Chandler might be the Knicks’ most irreplaceable player, so naturally less than a week later he fractures his leg and will miss anywhere from a month to a month and a half.
Right Click Here To Download Here we go! Today’s radio program began with Boomer and Craig talking about the plight of the Knicks after the news that Tyson Chandler will miss about 4-6 weeks with […]
Center Tyson Chandler left Tuesday night’s game at Madison Square Garden with an injury, and the team has announced that he has a small non-displaced fracture of the right fibula.