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Wednesday, October 7, 2015

Author: Jim Cavan

Beyond his KnickerBlogger roots, Jim's work has appeared at, Grantland, The Classical, and the New York Times. He is currently working on a biography of Robert Silverman, entitled "Clownin' and Astoundin.'" Follow him on Twitter @JPCavan.

Recent Articles

Bleacher Report: What Would Life After Dolan Look Like?

Happy Friday, soldiers. So I’ve been doing quite a bit of Knicks scribblin‘ over at Bleacher Report. Today I talked about what the team might look like without Dolan. I know, I know, Bleacher Report is publishing SCIENCE FICTION! CRAZY! Anyway, check it out if you’re into that kind of thing. Hope y’all are well.

Knickerblogger goes Rapcast

Happy Monday, good people. Last Friday, I had the opportunity to join Zarar Siddiqi of Raptors Republic for the latest installment of his terrific Rapcast. Among the many things we discussed: The Lowry-to-New York rumors, the state of the Atlantic Division (hint: It’s dogshit), and where our two respective teams plan on going in both the near and long term. It’s incredibly, incredibly depressing. But hopefully it’s also a trifle informative. It should also be noted that Zarar is the mastermind behind the recap template that we at Knickerblogger have thoroughly abused over the last three years. So thank him …continue reading

Knicks 111, Hawks 106: Snowangels for all

Atlanta Hawks 106 Final Recap | Box Score 111 New York Knicks Andrea Bargnani, PF 36 MIN | 11-16 FG | 0-0 FT | 6 REB | 0 AST | 2 STL | 1 BLK | 2 TO | 23 PTS | +18 Here’s an observation based on nothing but vague, somewhat-informed guesswork: Andrea Bargnani shoots much better when his team’s ahead. In the two games prior, Bargs was aiming his shot – you knew the second it left his mitt that a miss was nigh. Last night, the mechanics were taut; the confidence buoyed by a team finally finding …continue reading