From Marc Berman, who sure seemed to have a direct line to Steve Mills back during Phil’s tenure with the Knicks (as Berman went from being over-the-top in his praise of Jackson to eventually picking away at Jackson constantly, right in line with Mills’ growing dissatisfaction with Phil): As Hornacek’s Knicks stint winds down to perhaps its final seven games, players may be displaying a level of rebellion that could be expected when led by a coach they know may not be back next season. The feeling around the league is Hornacek won’t be brought back by Steve Mills and …continue reading
The Knicks are currently annoyingly leading the Wizards in the second quarter. Let’s go, Nick Saban!
At least they’re losing this one easily so far. Phew. Let’s go, Nick-at-Nite!
The Knicks luckily avoid this huge snowstorm that we’re going through (snowstorms in late March are annoying. Okay, they’re annoying any time they happen, but especially when they happen in late March) by playing in Miami. Miami is still ostensibly fighting for a playoff spot, but they’re pretty much locked in. Now it is just about avoiding playing against Toronto in the first round. Not that Boaton is much better of a matchup, of course. Hopefully Frank has another good game! Let’s go, Nick Foles, Super Bowl champion!
It is a huge game for the Knicks as they host the Chicago Bulls (or at least those that chose to come to New York), who are one game worse than the Knicks! This is a must-lose game! I’m here with my wife and holy crap, the seats in the 100 level are crazy cramped. So weird. Let’s go, Nicolas Cage!
The Knicks host the Charlotte Hornets tonight, one of the few teams in the league who is probably in worse shape than the Knicks. Except they have a good coach, so I dunno. Anyhow, let’s hope that they can pull off another clutch loss! Let’s go, Nick Cannon!
The Knicks host the Mavericks in one of the most dangerous games to the tanks around, as the Mavericks are three games behind/ahead of the Knicks in the tank and losing this game would be huge for the tank. The Nets, meanwhile, are up 18-6 on the Raptors, so maybe this could be a doubly good night! Let’s go, Nick Jonas!