What more is there to say about the Knicks at this point? Tonight they played against one of the best back courts in the league and were, predictably, burned again and again (a triple double by the end of the 3rd quarter for Steph Curry!!!!). The Knicks were never really in this game from the start, lost by a lot and a frustrated Tyson Chandler almost bit a dude’s head off right there in the middle of the court. So, rather than repeating what better writers have stated again and again, I decided to go a different direction. First, let’s …continue reading
Last time Steph Curry played at Madison Square Garden, he scored roughly a gazillion points but the Knicks pulled out a close victory over the Golden State Warriors. I suspect at least one of those things will happen again tonight. Let’s go…Knicks, I guess?
You just know that they’re going to shockingly win this one, right? Let’s go Knicks!
Rumors of a KnickerBlogger/P&T Meet-Up are entirely true! Wednesday March 5th, while our Knicks take on the Bucks, our stomachs will take on free booze (Bud Light/Well Drinks) from 7:30-8:30. It’s at the Village Pourhouse on 3rd & 11th. Come meet fellow commenters, esteemed writers, and curious lurkers! Watch yours truly glare condescendingly at the screen after every Cole Aldrich blocked shot or rebound! If you’re planning on going, email me with the word “Aldrich” as your favorite Knick so I can keep a head count.
Two people have escaped one of the toughest, secretive, and well guarded areas on Earth. Like North Korea, the Knicks organization (aka M.S.G.) has closed off relations to the outside world, and much of what happens behind the scenes is a mystery to the public. Their leader, James L. Dolan, has been a reclusive character who has only spoken to the press on the most rare occasions. He inherited his current position from his father, and it doesn’t seem that anyone can remove his iron fist grasp on the Knicks. Recently James L. Dolan ejected his once trusted right-hand man, …continue reading
[ESPN.com – New York Knicks] Opening tip: Should Felton play? (Wed, 26 Feb 2014 06:00:56 EDT) Raymond Felton was already in the midst of one of his worst seasons. He was averaging a career-low 10.4 points to go with 29.6 percent shooting from behind the 3-point arc. Now the Knicks’ starting point guard is facing charges of one count of criminal possession of a weapon in the third degree and one count of criminal possession of a firearm. Each is considered a felony in New York state. Felton’s case will take place on June 2. He was handed a six-month …continue reading
According to Chris Broussard, the Knicks have added guard Shannon Brown to their earlier signing of forward Earl Clark today. While neither player is all that impressive, to be fair there is also the issue of whether the top waived players would even want to play for the Knicks at this point, so Brown and Clark might be the best the Knicks could get. Although it sure would be nice for the Knicks to give a shot to some young D-Leaguers instead of veteran retreads with little upside.