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Tuesday, September 2, 2014

Knicks Morning News (2013.11.10)

  • [New York Times] Aldridge, Matthews Lead Trail Blazers Past Kings (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 05:40:55 GMT)
    LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and 14 rebounds, Wesley Matthews scored 21 points, and the Portland Trail Blazers beat the Sacramento Kings 96-85 Saturday night for their fourth win in five games.    

  • [New York Times] Pacers 96, Nets 91: Pacers’ Boldness Underscores the Nets’ Shortage of It (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 05:32:00 GMT)
    Showing the confidence that comes with being the N.B.A.’s lone unbeaten team, Indiana handed the still-hesitant Nets their first home loss.    

  • [New York Times] Green’s 3 Lifts Celtics to 111-110 Win Over Heat (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 05:16:57 GMT)
    Jeff Green hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Boston Celtics to a 111-110 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Green’s 3 Lifts Celtics to 111-110 Win Over Heat (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 05:14:01 GMT)
    Jeff Green hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer to lift the Boston Celtics to a 111-110 victory over the Miami Heat on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] N.B.A. Roundup: Last-Second 3-Point Shot Propels Celtics Past Heat (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:48:33 GMT)
    Jeff Green hit a 3-pointer at the buzzer that was confirmed after a video review, giving Boston their third consecutive win.    

  • [New York Times] Pacers Beat Nets to Improve NBA-Best Start to 7-0 (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:28:57 GMT)
    Falling a game short of the NBA Finals last season, the clear goal for the Indiana Pacers is the No. 1 seed in the Eastern Conference and the home-court advantage that comes with it.    

  • [New York Times] Irving Lifts Cavs Over 76ers 127-125 in 2OT (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:22:56 GMT)
    Kyrie Irving scored a season-high 39 points and hit the game-winning layup with 0.6 seconds remaining in the second overtime to lift the Cleveland Cavaliers a 127-125 win over the Philadelphia 76ers on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Ellis Scores 18, Mavericks Beat Bucks 91-83 (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:16:56 GMT)
    Monta Ellis got the best of his former team, shaking off boos from the crowd while contributing 18 points and five assists as the Dallas Mavericks held off the Milwaukee Bucks 91-83 on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Randolph Leads Grizzlies Over Golden State (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:02:18 GMT)
    Zach Randolph had 23 points and 11 rebounds, six Memphis players reached double figures and the Grizzlies defeated the Golden State Warriors 108-90 on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Griffin, Redick Lead Clippers Past Rockets, 107-94 (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:02:14 GMT)
    Blake Griffin and J.J. Redick scored 22 points, and the Los Angeles Clippers used an 18-0 run in the second half to rally for a 107-94 win over the Houston Rockets on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Teague, Millsap Pace Hawks Past Magic (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 03:17:33 GMT)
    Jeff Teague had 19 points and 13 assists, Paul Millsap scored 18 points with 11 rebounds and the Atlanta Hawks beat the Orlando Magic 104-94 on Saturday night.    

  • [New York Times] Hansbrough Has 23, Leads Raptors Over Winless Jazz (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 02:32:03 GMT)
    Tyler Hansbrough scored a season-high 23 points, DeMar DeRozan added 18 and the Toronto Raptors snapped a seven-game home losing streak against Utah, routing the winless Jazz 115-91 Saturday night.    

  • [New York Daily News] Isola: Return of J.R. could lead to the end of Iman (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 05:24:40 GMT)
    J.R. Smith is back — for better or worse — and his presence in the lineup will take some of the scoring burden off Carmelo Anthony and possibly push Iman Shumpert closer to the exit. “The rest of the league seems to value Iman more than the Knicks do,” said one Eastern Conference executive.    

  • [New York Daily News] Sixth sense: J.R. returns after five-game ban (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 04:55:53 GMT)
    The NBA’s reigning Sixth Man of the Year is cleared to make his season debut Sunday at noon against the San Antonio Spurs after missing the first five games while serving a suspension for violating the league’s drug policy.    

  • [New York Daily News] Knicks Insider: Spurs’ system, same old story (Sun, 10 Nov 2013 02:53:30 GMT)
    Mike Woodson has been around too long to buy into the theory that the San Antonio Spurs are too old, especially after they came within a few seconds of beating the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals.    

  • 6 comments on “Knicks Morning News (2013.11.10)

    1. Frank O.

      You know, cheering for a Dolan-owned team is getting tiresome.
      After all we’re enriching him and rooting for uniforms.
      I kind of feel the same about Woody Johnson, who politically supports folks I find sketchy.
      It’s got me thinking about my allegiances.

      I find I cheer for players more than uniforms.
      I want to see Amare rejuvenated because I think his story is compelling. I want to see Shump succeed as well, mostly because his draft day humble-ness appealed to me.
      I also admire Chandler. He’s mentally very tough, although his body breaks down.
      I realize this is kind of a non sequitur. But I really dislike Dolan, and it bothers me what he did the Grunwald and bringing in a known failure.

    2. Owen

      Yeah. I hate management. I am lukewarm on many of the players. But I persist in believing that Knicks fans are the best, most knowledgeable fans in basketball. And there are few places on earth like the Garden when it’s rocking.

      That’s what it’s about for me, the community of knick fans….

    3. ess-dog

      I think it’s hard to leave a team when you’ve invested so many hours on it. Simple as that.

      Isola already talking trade. Shump for Faried. I love Faried, and we could use his energy, but I think what Shump provides is too valuable.

    4. Brian Cronin

      It really does gall me that there’s no way that I’ll ever quit on the Knicks even though they’re owned by one of the absolutely worst owners in the game. Dolan is really kind of disgusting. It really got to me the other day when someone reminded me that Walsh was forced on him. I was thinking to myself before that, “As bad as he has been, there was that time he brought Donnie Walsh in and the team seemed like they were making smart moves for the first time a while so how can I give him that much shit if he had the intelligence to at least get Walsh and be smart for awhile?” And then someone mentioned how the league forced him to get Walsh and then I remembered that that was the case and I was sad.

    5. Brian Cronin

      Isola already talking trade. Shump for Faried. I love Faried, and we could use his energy, but I think what Shump provides is too valuable.

      I think I’d probably keep Shump, too, but that’s actually a pretty darn fair trade.

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