The Knicks travel to New Orleans, where they take on the tanktacular New Orleans Pelicans, who have taken a page out of the 1997 San Antonio Spurs’ playbook by resting their star player and trying to get as high of a draft pick as they can. Buddy Hield sure would look good playing with the Brow. The Knicks should win this one, but let’s hope that it is a fun win like the Chicago beatdowns! I want 30 from Porzingis! Let’s go, Knicks!
The Knicks welcome Lebron James and the traveling circus known as the Cleveland Cavaliers to Madison Square Garden tonight. The Cavs are the most discombobulated team in first place in their Conference and winning seven of their last ten games. Yet there is something there. Whether just typical Lebron drama or not. The Cavs just lost to the Brooklyn Nets, so this game is ripe for the taking for the Knicks. Let’s hope that Melo does so well tonight that Lebron insists on forming his Banana Boat Super Team this offseason! Since that’s never going to happen, I’ll “settle” for …continue reading
As the second half begins, the Knicks have opened up an 11-point lead on the Bulls. Boy, the Bulls are just falling apart this season. Good for the Knicks! Kristaps Poringis is kicking some major ass! Let’s go, Knicks!
Sorry, fellas, I totally forgot that there was a game tonight. Why in the world are they playing a long road trip, then time off, then travel to Washington and then back to New York for a back-to-back? That is some stupid scheduling. Anyhow, at halftime, one terrible team is up 3 points on the other terrible team. Let’s go, terrible team #2! Also, congrats to Cleanthony Early for getting back into the NBA! Very impressive work from the youngster.
Coming off a demolishing victory of the Phoenix Suns, the Knicks head to the Staples Center to take on the Los Angeles Clippers. With Arron Afflalo and Lance Thomas both out of commission once again, star shooting guard Sasha Vujacic will get the start again, as I’m sure he will light up the Clippers in his return to where he played his best seasons in the league. The Knicks will likely win this game, as they need to win just enough games so that Phil Jackson can keep Kurt Rambis. Because, well, you know – because Knicks. Let’s go meaningless …continue reading
The Knicks are finalizing a three-year deal with free agent fourth year point guard, Tony Wroten, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Shams Charania (who has become one of the top “scoops” guy in the business). So far in his career, Tony Wroten has been awful. Just awful. However, he’s only 22 years old, he’s very fast (although he’s coming off of a significant injury) and the three-year deal is likely not guaranteed beyond this season (although we’ll know for sure later today when it is finalized). EDITED TO ADD: There are minimal guarantees for the 2nd and 3rd seasons. With the …continue reading