Several outlets are reporting that former Knick Jamal Crawford has been named Sixth Man of the Year by a pretty healthy margin. The holes in Jamal’s game are well-chronicled at Knickerblogger.net. Few Knicks could take fans on such an emotionally exhausting journey, from spittle-flying rage to sheer unadulterated “how did he hit that?” delight–all in [...]
Archive for April, 2010
In epic limerick form.
Today’s article is by supernova. This is third place in the “Can You Be A KnickerBlogger?” Contest. As I mentioned previously, winners will receive a copy of Dave Berri’s book Stumbling on Wins. David Lee has been the best Knick these past two seasons. Through dedication and hard work, he has raised the level of [...]
Ted Nelson does a very thorough analysis of who might be available in the draft with the Knicks back-to-back second round picks.
“I Am A KnickerBlogger” – First Prize Winner
I watched the Game 1 of the Celtics-Heat series at my local bar, and happened to catch Garnett’s elbow live. At the time I turned to my wife and mentioned that he’ll be suspended for the next game. I also had to explain to her who Quentin Richardson was, how important Garnett was to the [...]
The NBA Board of Governors announced today that the projected cap for next season will be $56.1 million, a less than two million drop from this season. The Knicks will have $21,704,344 in committed salary, giving them 34,395,656 in cap room. Pretty cool news!