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Monthly Archives: November 2010

2010-2011 Game Preview: Knicks v. Nets

So I went to the Stats page to do some research for this game and I couldn’t find the Knicks in the Eastern Conference standings.  It took my about a second to realize that I just needed to look up.  I was scanning the bottom of the standings. Old habits die hard I guess.  Yes, the Knicks are in the top half of the Conference standings a month into the season.  How nice is that? New York (9-9) looks to improve on their 2-5 home record as they host the Nets (6-11).  While the Knicks have found ways to beat weaker teams …continue reading

Knickerblogger’s Top 25 Favorite Knicks of the Modern Era

Welcome to Knickerblogger’s Top 25 Favorite Knicks of the Modern Era poll! I’ve been doing this bit for a few years now on my comic book blog (here‘s the latest) and I talked to Mike and he agreed that it would be fun to do one of these polls for Knickerblogger! So it’s time to vote for your top ten favorite New York Knick players of the Modern Era (from 1979-80 until now, also known as “The 3-Point Era,” as that’s when the NBA adopted the three ball). Here’s the deal. You folks all vote in the comments section here …continue reading

Hawks 99, Knicks 90

New York lost 99-90 to the Hawks, but it wasn’t that close for most of the game. With 3:53 in the first quarter Atlanta led 24-14, their first double digit lead, and they would extend it to 20 with 51 seconds left in the first half. The Knicks would whittle away and went into the fourth quarter down by only 9. They would cut into the lead and a Wilson Chandler traditional 3 point play brought them within 4 with 10:39 to go. But New York ended the game just as they started, unable to prevent Atlanta from scoring. Late …continue reading

What I, As A Knick Fan, Am Thankful For

In the spirit of Thanksgiving I’m going to list all the things I’m thankful for this year. * Amar’e Stoudemire’s diversity. Yeah I miss David Lee, but Amar’e is a different player that can contribute in more areas. Take for instance tonight’s game where Amar’e had six blocks. Two of them were in the final 2 minutes. Lee’s career high was four against the Celtics in 2006 during a blowout loss. Amar’e is more well rounded, and perhaps that fits this team better. * Danilo Gallinari’s moxie. Gallo battled with Stephen Jackson in a physical match-up, and a couple of …continue reading