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Monthly Archives: October 2012

Knicks Morning News (Friday, Oct 26 2012)

[New York Newsday] Tyson Chandler day-to-day with bone bruise in knee (Fri, 26 Oct 2012 00:24:36 EDT) The Knicks seem to have escaped what could have been a devastating injury to Tyson Chandler's left knee. An MRI done Thursday revealed a bone bruise, and the team has listed Chandler as day-to-day. [New York Post] Knicks’ Chandler: Only bone bruise (Fri, 26 Oct 2012 03:16:39 -0500) The Knicks’ dark preseason has gotten a shade brighter. It’s rare for the Knicks to receive heartening injury news, but they did Thursday when Tyson Chandler’s MRI exam showed only a bone bruise in his …continue reading

Knicks 2013 Preview: The Ex-Knicks

For those that don’t care for former Knicks, we have a diversion. Check out this video on what the prequel to Star Wars should have been. It’s about 10 minutes long and doesn’t mention Jeremy Lin. Oh damn I brought up his name in the intro. 1. Jeremy Lin 65 games played and 15 PER 78% Over To be over, Lin will have to both be healthy and remain an above league average point guard. I find it hard to think that Jeremy will be under a 15 PER, but not impossible. If you entirely discount 2012 as a fluke, …continue reading

Knicks Morning News (Thursday, Oct 25 2012)

[New York Daily News] Knicks’ Chandler leaves Nets game with knee injury (Thu, 25 Oct 2012 06:31:01 GMT) Tyson Chandler ended the preseason in the worst possible way; on crutches and without knowing for certain if he will be available for next week’s season opener in Brooklyn. Chandler suffered a left knee injury in the first minute of the Knicks 97-95 overtime win against the Nets in the preseason finale for both teams at the Nassau Coliseum.The NBA’s reigning Defensive Player of the Year, will have an MRI on Thursday in New York. The Knicks are calling Chandler’s injury a …continue reading

Tyson Chandler Hurts Big Knee

Latest scoop on Tyson Chandler, according to Frank Isola of the Daily News, is that he banged knees with Gerald Wallace, left the game on crutches and needs an MRI. Is it me, or is Tyson Chandler’s knee the most important knee in all of New York city? The Yankees are done, the Rangers aren’t even playing, no one cares about the Islanders, and the Jets already lost their best player. The only other person in the Big Apple that means more to his team is Eli Manning. And before you start thinking that Carmelo Anthony is more important to …continue reading

Knicks 2013 Preview: The Team

1. Defensive Rank 5.5th (under = better) 78% Over I’m kinda shocked by this one, because I took the under. Sure staying a top 5 defense season after season is difficult. Add in the injury to Shumpert and the over seems entirely probably. On the other hand the offseason was mostly about adding defensive depth. When Tyson sits out a handful of games, the Knicks won’t be resorting to Jorts to start. It’ll be Camby or ‘Sheed or Kurt. There won’t be a Billy Walker to start in 8 games. Instead it’ll be White or Brewer. Defensively, they’re better in …continue reading

Knicks Morning News (Wednesday, Oct 24 2012)

[New York Post] Wallace finally hits practice floor for Knicks (Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:16:49 -0500) Rasheed Wallace knows the deal. The Knicks really need him now. With Amar’e Stoudemire laid up again with a bum knee and Marcus Camby not yet ready to practice, Wallace acknowledged the club’s urgency to make him a functioning member of the Knicks. Yesterday, Wallace participated in his… [New York Post] Avery: Knicks-Nets rivalry now stronger (Wed, 24 Oct 2012 00:13:02 -0500) After a summer of hype, the Knicks and Nets finally will face each other for the first time tonight. But, unlike next …continue reading

Next Day Reaction: Sixers 98, Knicks 90

Editors Note: Sorry this took forever. I was watching the debate and then reading the post-debate polls and then checking the Liberal blogs for their reaction and the Conservative blogs for their reaction and then checking Nate Silver’s feed for any changes and intrade to see what the Presidential markets think and then worrying and re-reading the numbers and re-checking the blogs. Basically, the same as I was during LeBron’s Free Agency but this ish matters. I’m a wreck. A total nervous wreck. So I didn’t watch the game until the 1am MSG re-broadcast so I could properly engage in …continue reading