For your in-post game thoughts.
“And I looked, and behold a pale horse: and his name that sat on him was Death, and Hell followed with him. And power was given unto them over the fourth part of the earth, to kill with sword, and with hunger, and with death, and with the beasts of the earth.”
For one half, the Knicks looked ready to give the Heat everything they could handle. The second half revealed NY was running on fumes.
For your in-post game thoughts. [Also check out Twitter tonight as Robert Silverman, courtesy of AMEX, meets the Knicks Legends & will be tweeting the whole night!] Thomas B. here: The New York Knicks (16-10) host the Miami Heat (19-8). The Heat enter on a 10 game win streak. Meanwhile the Knicks had their 8 streak snapped by Boston (and the refs) Wednesday in a game that cam down to the final possession. Most people would expect the Heat to be very strong on offense thanks to a starting line-up that includes three high usage players. Lebron James (30.4 USG-r, …continue reading
We continue our look at who you voted for as your top 25 favorite Knicks of the Modern Era (1979-present, also known as the “Three-Point Era,” as that is when the three-pointer was adopted by the NBA)! Every weekday we will reveal two more Knicks until we reach #1! Click here for a master list of all Knicks revealed so far!
If you’re a Knicks fan, you’d have to be in a coma to avoid the talk about Carmelo Anthony. Knicker-backers wonder if their team has enough chips to trade for Carmelo and seemingly obsess over every rumor. This talk obscures the point of whether the Knicks should trade for Carmelo this year. And I think this most recent game against the Celtics game answered that question. Trading for Carmelo Anthony, instead of waiting for him to become a free agent, means the Knicks would trade away some assets to get him. One rumor had New York offering Danilo Gallinari, Landry …continue reading
We asked you folks to vote and you did! Now let us find out who you picked as your top 25 favorite Knicks of the Modern Era (1979-present, also known as the “Three-Point Era,” as that is when the three-pointer was adopted by the NBA)! On the first day, we’ll start with a whopping five Knicks, then it will be two Knicks every weekday until your favorite Knick is revealed! Enjoy!