New Jersey (2-29) hosts New York (12-19). New York won the last two meetings 98-91 (road) and 106-97 (home). New York is coming off a good road win against the Pistons–who just cannot find a way to score. In the last meeting, New York had to rally from 13 down before pulling away. Hopefully the boys [...]
Archive for December, 2009
I will actually miss the game as I have the “privilege” of seeing Carrie Fisher’s one-woman play tonight (how’s the phrase go? “The things we do for love”?). But you luckier folks will be here to discuss the Knicks match-up tonight against the Detroit Pistons in Detroit.
While we’re killing time after a rough pair of losses (at least they were rough pair of losses to teams better than the Knicks), I thought it would be fun to take a look at the last decade of Knicks basketball and point out the highlight and lowlight of each year.
Feel free to argue about what you thought was the highlight/lowlight of each respective year!
Hey Knick fans, what’s there to be unhappy about? (And for those needing a little extra Christmas cheer, I highly recommend Twas The Night Before Knicksmas.) Wait before you answer this question, I want to put things into perspective. First, the Knicks will have cap space this offseason. And not just a few million through [...]
Twas the night before Christmas and all through the house Not a creature was stirring, not even a mouse. The minutes are force-fed by D’Antoni with care Just praying Chris Duhon won’t collapse from wear and tear. The kiddies were nestled in at the end of the bench With visions of playing, even hitting shots [...]
You know the deal.
Here’s Thomas B.’s preview of the game:
New York (10-17) hosts Chicago (10-16).
There’s a lot to talk about with the Knicks these days. The Nate Robinson saga is in full swing, with the latest volley being the diminutive guard having his agent lobby for a trade. Of course this goes hand in hand with the Knicks current win streak, as lots of people will point out the [...]