A little while back, I noted that the Knicks still surprisingly had a shot at making the playoffs, due to the Hawks seemingly willing themselves to fall out of the playoffs and the Cavs and the Pistons being possibly even worse than the Knicks. My pal Fabian pointed out to me, “These games strike me as near certain losses: @CLE (similar quality team, on the road, they have a good PG),” to which I replied, regarding Cleveland, “And sure, if the Knicks can’t beat Cleveland then they’re not going to make the playoffs, but that’s the rub, ya know? The …continue reading
I’ll give you this much, if the Knicks can’t beat the Pistons then yeah, they have zero chance of making the playoffs. Let’s go Knicks!
One of the more (okay, one of the only) amusing things about this season has been how much the Knicks’ poor play has screwed over the TV schedulers, as they put the Knicks on national TV a lot this year and it obviously has not worked out well for them. What looked like a great game when it was scheduled last year is now a pretty meaningless one. Luckily for the Knicks, the Bulls’ offense is not a great one so the Knicks should theoretically be able to hang around in this game and maybe even pull an unlikely win …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!
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.
Well, this season sure keeps getting worse, doesn’t it? According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York: New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was arrested early Tuesday morning on three counts of criminal possession of a weapon, according to a New York Police Department spokesman. Felton was charged with second- and third-degree criminal possession of a firearm, which are felonies, and fourth-degree possession of a firearm, which is a misdemeanor, the spokesman said. Further details on the weapons charges are not known at this point. Felton is expected to appear in criminal court in Manhattan later Tuesday morning. As …continue reading