[New York Post] There’s no end to this Knicks nightmare (Sun, 23 Feb 2014 06:25:21 -0500) ATLANTA — How bad? This bad: The Knicks won't even get you out of February, and that's almost impossible to believe given the level of expectations attached to this team,… [New York Times] Warriors 93, Nets 86: Big Shot by Curry and Frustrating Night for Nets (Sun, 23 Feb 2014 08:00:08 GMT) In the final minute, Stephen Curry fired a wild 3-point attempt that sailed high, banked off the glass and broke the Nets’ hearts. [New York Times] O’Neal, Green Carry Warriors Past Nets, …continue reading
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
Starting the thread while it’s tied. So you can’t blame me if they blow the lead! The Hawks have lost eight straight. They are playing without Al Horford and Paul Millsap. Jeff Teague is playing hurt. So, well, come on Knicks!
[New York Post] Melo: Knicks have to move on from trade deadline (Sat, 22 Feb 2014 02:07:22 -0500) ORLANDO, Fla. — Carmelo Anthony isn't sure whether the Knicks standing pat at the trade deadline while their competitors improved was the right or wrong thing to do. But he… [New York Post] Tyson blooper has to be the last straw for Knicks (Sat, 22 Feb 2014 00:29:59 -0500) ORLANDO, Fla. — They have been dying bit by bit, piece by piece, week after week, game after game. They have suffered a thousand cuts, inflicted a thousand indignities on themselves… [New York Daily …continue reading
The Knicks play one of the tankiest tanking teams that ever tanked tonight in the Orlando Magic, who recently waived one of the few players on the team that has given Melo a bit of a hard time, Big Baby Davis, so we will hopefully see something we haven’t seen in too long – a two-game winning streak for the Knicks! The drive for .500 (or at least a playoff spot if not .500) continues! Let’s go Knicks!
So after all that, we’re back where we started. For the past week, the Knicks reportedly flirted with trading Iman Shumpert in approximately 72 different deals. He was going to the Clippers for Reggie Bullock, Darren Collison and Knicks’ right to leave Raymond Felton on the Clips’ doorstep. He was going to the Thunder for a sure-to-be-very-late first-round draft pick. He was going to the Clippers again just for Collison, and then maybe for Matt Barnes or maybe for Willie Green too. There was, allegedly, and in this universe, a bidding war for the services of Beno Udrih. Ink was …continue reading
[ESPN.com - New York Knicks] Opening Tip: Bench Felton & Shumpert? (Fri, 21 Feb 2014 06:00:56 EDT) After a lot of talk with several different teams, the Knicks ended up staying pat at the deadline. So that means that, barring any changes from Mike Woodson, New York’s starting backcourt in its three-guard lineup will be Raymond Felton, Pablo Prigioni and Iman Shumpert, when healthy. Shumpert will be out for approximately two weeks due to a mild left MCL sprain, the team announced. And Woodson told reporters on Wednesday that he expects to start J. [New York Daily News] Knicks make …continue reading