So today we learned a couple of things. One, when they renovated MSG, they unearthed an Indian burial ground. Dolan was notified and his response was clearly, “Eh. Eff those bozos. They’re dead. What’s the worst that could happen?” Two, even though the Jets acquired Tim Tebow, God still hates New York City. In this [...]
Archive for March, 2012
Per Tweets by Alan Hahn and Howard Beck. Lin has a minor meniscus tear and is out 6 weeks. Unless the Knicks get to the playoffs and advance, Lin is done. It looks like Toney Douglas will need to play.
[New York Times] Hawks 100, Knicks 90: Knicks Fade Fast in Loss to Hawks After Carmelo Anthony Is Hurt (Sat, 31 Mar 2012 05:17:18 GMT) As Jeremy Lin continued to rest his sore left knee, Carmelo Anthony hurt his groin in the fourth quarter of the Knicks’ loss to Atlanta on Friday night. [New York [...]
New York Knicks 90 Final Recap | Box Score 100 Atlanta Hawks Carmelo Anthony, SF 40 MIN | 11-24 FG | 13-14 FT | 9 REB | 2 AST | 36 PTS | -7 We’ve all indulged in our fair share of hand-wringing over Melo’s propensity for “going it alone.” Well, when most of your [...]
The Knicks take on the Hawks, in the land where Son of Wood’s eyebrows went missing. Rage against the dying of the light here…
Over at The Times, I talked about the marked improvement of both Melo and the Knicks writ large since Mike Woodson grabbed hold the reins: Carmelo Anthony’s recent admission that the new coach Mike Woodson had succeeded in coaxing an admittedly dormant “energy” out of him – particularly on the defensive end – raised eyebrows [...]
[New York Times] Knicks’ Woodson Is a Reflection of His Mentors (Fri, 30 Mar 2012 06:30:08 GMT) Mike Woodson has summoned lessons from former coaches such as Bob Knight, Red Holzman, Cotton Fitzsimmons and Larry Brown while embracing the challenge of steadying the Knicks franchise. [New York Times] Jeremy Lin Trading Card Sale Reflects Knicks’ [...]