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Monthly Archives: October 2010

Knicks 2011 Season Preview – Centers

With the Knicks 2011 season almost upon us, it’s time to analyze the roster. Usually teams have some stability from one year to the next, but New York has only a third of the players returning. How New York is going to perform is more of a mystery than previous years. This year I’ll look at each position and attempt to address the critical question for those players. Centers: Is there a quality NBA starting center here? Prior to the preseason, it was thought that the Knicks would open the season with Ronny Turiaf as the starting center. Unfortunately Turiaf’s …continue reading

NBA Blog Previews: Southwest Division

Grizzlies:  Straight Outta Vancouver | 3 Shades of Blue | SBN Recap Hornets: At the Hive | Hornets247 | SBN Recap Mavericks: MavsMoneyball | The Two Man Game Rockets: The Dream Shake | SBN Recap Spurs: Pounding the Rock | Project Spurs | SBN Recap All Previews at SBNation

Knicks 2011 Season Preview – Power Forwards

With the Knicks 2011 season almost upon us, it’s time to analyze the roster. Usually teams have some stability from one year to the next, but New York has only a third of the players returning. How New York is going to perform is more of a mystery than previous years. This year I’ll look at each position and attempt to address the critical question for those players. Power Forwards: Is Amar’e really going to play the four? The answer to this question is most relevant to how the Knicks will look this year. Having Amar’e entrenched at power forward …continue reading

KnickerBlogger Meet-Up – Opening Day 2011!

The New York Knicks will open the new season on Wednesday October 27th at 7pm. In order to celebrate the occasion, KnickerBlogger is planning a meet-up somewhere in downtown Manhattan (South of Chambers St.) Most likely it’ll be a bar of some type, but which one I’m not exactly sure (the local sports bar burned down a few months back). Once I get an idea of how many guests will attend, I’ll email everyone with the location/information, etc. If you’re interested in attending, sign up here.

Knicks Waive Ewing Jr.

NEW YORK, October 24, 2010 – New York Knickerbockers President of Basketball Operations Donnie Walsh announced today that the team has waived forward Patrick Ewing, Jr. Ewing, Jr., 6-8, 235-pounds, averaged 1.8 points and 6.0 minutes over four preseason games. The roster stands at 15.

Knicks Exercise Options on Gallinari, Randolph, and Douglas

[From the Knicks P.R. department.] NEW YORK, October 24, 2010 – New York Knickerbockers President of Basketball Operations Donnie Walsh announced today that the team has exercised fourth-year options on forwards Danilo Gallinari and Anthony Randolph, as well as its third-year option on guard Toney Douglas. Gallinari, 6-10, 224-pounds, has averaged 12.8 points and 4.2 rebounds in 109 games (76 starts) over his first two NBA seasons. Originally selected by New York with the sixth overall pick in the 2008 NBA Draft, Gallinari was selected to play in the T-Mobile Rookie Challenge and compete in the Foot Locker Three-Point Contest …continue reading