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Wednesday, July 23, 2014

Author: Kevin Udwary

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Recap: Knicks 100, Bulls 89

Chicago Bulls 89 Final Recap | Box Score 100 New York Knicks With a surprising win over the Heat yesterday, the Atlanta Hawks mercifully euthanized the Knicks’ playoff lives, rendering this game meaningless. Seeing as how this Knicks season was as surreal as the best of Buñuel, the Knicks would win this pointless match by double digits. Being the main director of this absurd season, Woodson felt like the future of the Knicks would be best served by playing Shumpert, Amare, Chandler and Felton each over 30 minutes in this game that has no bearing on anything at all, rather …continue reading

Recap: Knicks 116 Celtics 92

Tonight, the answer to all of the Knicks season long struggles received an answer in the form of a Minnesota born titan. With legs like twin Sequoias and arms as strong as tempered steel, this behemoth imposed his will on the mortal men that dared to challenge his dominance. I am, of course, referring to Cole “The Animal” Aldrich. The only relief the Celtics would find tonight was when coach Woodson took pity on them and sat the most dominant big man in the universe on the bench. If this Knicks team wants any hope of making something of their …continue reading

Recap: Knicks 103, Warriors 126

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

Game Recap: Knicks 98, Hawks 107

New York Knicks 98 Final Recap | Box Score 107 Atlanta Hawks Four Things We Saw It’s been an eventful day for the Knicks. First Metta World Peace let it be known, through Twitter, that his agent was working on a buyout from the Knicks. Then, his brother Daniel Artest went off on the Knicks organization, calling Woodson a puppet and “trash as a coach”, calling Dolan “the worst owner in sports” and claiming that the Knicks PR team had him in their office to tell him that his tweets were a distraction. Soon after Metta announced he was seeking …continue reading

Game Recap: Knicks 98, Pelicans 91

New York Knicks 98 Final Recap | Box Score 91 New Orleans Pelicans Five Things We Saw The last game that I wrote a recap for was the overtime marathon with the Bucks, which contained that infamous Bargnani shot. It took over two months of recovery for me to once again volunteer to write a recap. This game was not nearly as traumatic. Thank you for that, Knicks. I’m going to get to the grades in a minute, but I have some other matters to discuss first. Have y’all been obsessing about every trade rumor that has come up the …continue reading

Preview and Game Thread: Knicks at Bobcats

Tonight’s opponent hails from the great state of North Carolina. Like most North Carolinians, I don’t watch many Bobcat games, but I do know how to look up statistics, and we all know that statistics never lie and always tell the complete story. ALWAYS! Let’s take a look at the soon to be Hornets from a statistical perspective! Charlotte Bobcats Record: 15-23, 4th in Southeast, 2-8 in last 10 games PTS/G: 93.0 (28th) Opp PTS/G: 96.6 (5th) Pace: 92.7 (22nd) Off Rtg: 99.6 (29th) Def Rtg: 103.4 (8th) Starting 5 PG – Kemba Walker Is Kemba a good point guard? …continue reading

Game Preview & Thread: Knicks vs. Heat

We all know the Heat and what they bring to the table, but this is the first time this season that the Knicks will play them. Let’s take a quick look at where the Heat are at so far this year. The Team Record: 27-8 PTS/G: 104.9 (5th) Opp PTS/G: 97.9 (7th) Off Rtg: 111.4 (2nd) Def Rtg: 104.0 (9th) The Players It seems like every year a case can be made for Lebron James having the best season of his career. Considering he has been the undeniable (by sane people) best player in the world for nearly a decade, …continue reading