Sorry, I thought I would be back in time to start a thread. At the half, the Knicks lead 50-44. Let’s go, second half Knicks!
If the Knicks want to finally start settling their whole “can’t win on the road” rep, tonight would be a great time to do so, as they don’t even have to travel outside New York City! They can pretend that it’s the Garden! Plus, the Nets are not that good. So this really has to be a win. Let’s go, Knicks!
The Knicks host the Los Angeles Lakers. The Lakers have been struggling so far this season, so this will hopefully get the Knicks over the .500 mark. Let’s go, Knicks!
Well, beating one of the worst teams in the NBA on the road was apparently too much for the Knicks to handle. So now let us at least hope that they can defeat one of the worst teams in the NBA at home. The Knicks have at least played pretty well at home so far. Let’s go, Knicks!
Well, if you’re a team who is struggling to win on the road, it certainly helps to get a team like the Bulls on your road schedule. With the Hawks coming to New York tomorrow, this should be a nice two-game stretch. Let’s go, Knicks!
The Knicks are back at home and hosting a Grizzlies team that opened the season strong but has fallen down a lot recently (they remind me a lot like the Orlando Magic’s start – only the Magic were at least doing it with young players) and the slump actually led to their coach getting fired. So the Knicks really, really need to win this one. KP is back, Timmy is still out and Ron Baker has been deactivated to get Joakim Noah active so that he might be able to help slow Marc Gasol down. Their handling of Ron Baker …continue reading
The last time that the Knicks were the #9 seed when they took on the #8 seed, they defeated the Miami Heat on the road, so hopefully they can repeat the feat against the Indiana Pacers! It will be tough going without KP and THJ, but hey, ya never know! Let’s go, Knicks!