Knicks Morning News (Tuesday, Oct 23 2012)
October 23rd, 2012 by Mike Kurylo |
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[New York Post] Camby in doubt for Knicks opener (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 02:20:23 -0500)
SYRACUSE â?? Not only is Amar’e Stoudemire missing the Nov. 1 season opener against the Nets, Knicks coach Mike Woodson is not sure Marcus Camby will suit up in Brooklyn either.
[New York Post] Melo â??lost’ as PF in Syracuse return (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 02:12:39 -0500)
The Knicks’ preseason continues to deteriorate into a spate of injuries â?? not entirely unexpected considering the club’s age…
SYRACUSE â?? Carmelo Anthony visited his Orange past last night and may have played the position of his Knicks future.
[New York Post] GMs tab Brooklyn Nets as most improved (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 01:26:37 -0500)
With Amar’e Stoudemire out two to three weeks with knee woes, coach Mike Woodson changed his mind on Kurt Thomas and started Anthony at power forward against the small 76ers…
The Nets will be the NBA’s most improved team this season and the Knicks are fun to watch. And while both teams are given an equal chance to serve as second-place doormats to the Celtics in the Atlantic Division, neither team is given a shot to bring the championship…
[New York Newsday] Carmelo Anthony inspired by title at Syracuse to get one for Knicks (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 00:40:22 EDT)
Two banners hang high atop the Carrier Dome that signal what Carmelo Anthony brought to Syracuse and seeing them inspires him to raise one in the Garden.
[New York Daily News] Melo’s shift to power forward is ’4′ real with Amar’e out (Tue, 23 Oct 2012 05:15:01 GMT)
The Knicks are one of the few teams that can be without a player of Amar’e Stoudemire’s caliber and still throw a lineup on the court featuring one of the NBA’s top power forwards. In fact, the case could be made that in today’s NBA, Carmelo Anthony is more effective at that position than Stoudemire, who is not expected to be available for the Nov. 1 season opener due to a knee injury.
Mike Kurylo is the founder and editor of KnickerBlogger.net. His book on the 2012 Knicks, "We’ll Always Have Linsanity," is on sale now. Follow him on twitter (@KnickerBlogger).