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Knicks Journal :
There are just a couple of weeks left in the NBA's regular season. As Knicks fans know, there's nothing like taking in a game and rooting for the Big Apple's home team. Speaking from experience, it's also a lot of fun to hit the road and support the Knicks away from home as well, as the passion of their fans can be heavily felt in just about any arena nationwide.If you haven't been to a game yet this season, now is the time to make your move and get out there. Luckily, two charitable causes have come out with opportunities for you to support the Knicks, all the while also throwing your support behind worthy enough causes to benefit those in need. Take a look below for more information.Opportunity #1:The New York Knicks have donated tickets in the West Balcony and provided VIP on-court access during a pre-game warm up and shoot-around to support a charity that helps kids in Haiti. This is a unique opportunity to see your favorite NBA stars up close and personal du...
BEST OF MAXIM
By Aaron Kopperl – Knickswag Contributor
According to a tweet from Ian Begley of ESPN New York, new Knick Kenyon Martin desires to continue his career beyond this season and “would love” to re-sign with the Knicks this offseason. This comes as great news to the Knicks who had worked so hard to sign Martin since the summer of 2012 where they attempted to acquire him in a 3...
New York Knicks: The Carmelo Anthony Effect
The New York Knicks have won four straight games, mainly because of the return of star forward Carmelo Anthony, three games ago. With Carmelo’s three game averages of 28 points and 7 rebounds on about 47% shooting, it looks like his knee is feeling better, which is an excellent sign. This team cannot afford this injury to effect him going...
Kenyon Martin may of had to wait longer than he wanted to sign with an NBA team this season, but the 12-year-veteran is proving he can still make an impact. In six games without Tyson Chandler (neck injury), Martin has averaged 12 points and 7 rebounds as a starter. And while he’s “focused on the present”, the former No. 1 pick says he would love to return with the Knicks next...
Knicks 110 Raptors 84
Knicks Collective Effort:
Tonight the New York Knicks pounded the Toronto Raptors into submission with a 110-84 win. NY is tied with Indiana for the 2nd seed because Indiana lost to the Bulls tonight. The Knicks had solid contributions from Melo, JR Smith and new fan favorite, Kenyon Martin.
Tonight was a complete team effort, as the entire team moved...
One game after posting 19 points and 11 rebounds, Kenyon Martin dropped 18 points, seven rebounds and two blocks in Saturday's blowout win.
Carmelo Anthony scored 28 points, Kenyon Martin had another big game against Toronto, and the New York Knicks finished off a home-and-home sweep of the Raptors with a 110-84 victory Saturday night.
J.R. Smith added 25 points for the Knicks, who beat the Raptors for the second straight night and won their fourth consecutive game. Martin had 18 points and seven rebounds, a night after...
Mount Carmel (Ill.) defensive lineman Enoch Smith Jr., made the trip to North Carolina over the weekend to check out several schools.
After falling short to the New York Knicks at home on Friday night in a 99-94 loss, featuring the shootout between Carmelo Anthony & Alan Anderson, the Raptors followed up the next night with a disappointing effort. Travelling to Madison Square Garden for the 2nd game of the back-to-back home & away series, the Raptors did not show the same level of effort. The result? Getting...
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Knicks (42-26) @ Celtics (36-33)
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Tonight, the Knicks are in Beantown facing a Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo-less Celtics team. Meanwhile, the Knicks still have their own injury woes to contend with. Word is, Tyson Chandler will likely miss tonight’s game despite participating in the team’s shootaround this morning. Yet, regardless...
We often wonder what opposing teams, their beat reporters and bloggers are saying about the Celtics. Here’s a look at some enemy chatter from New York.
There are Knicks fans by the thousands, maybe by the millions, who looked at the standings yesterday morning and saw the following facts: the Knicks resting in second place by percentage points in the Eastern Conference; the Celtics...
7:46: The Celtics and Knicks played a very competitive first quarter. The Knicks now lead, 28-24. For most of the quarter, they just traded baskets. But the Knicks went on a mini-run near the end to put them where they are. Keep watching.