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Turn On The Knicks:
After Game 1, I went through a bunch of good and bad things that happened, so we might as well continue it with every game the New York Knicks play during these 2013 NBA Playoffs. Hopefully, we will be doing this for a while, and the final installation will have no “disconcerting things”.
Game 2 was a bit more in the bag than Game 1, with the Knicks actually somehow holding the Boston Celtics to even fewer points in the second half than they did on Saturday, which is both awesome and asinine at the same time. But we’ll take it, for sure. Anywho, here we go:
An uplifting thing: The Knicks’ continued second-half dominance is the overarching theme of this series so far. As I touched on above, in Game 2 the Knicks allowed just 23 points after and held the Celtics to just 19% shooting from the field after halftime. Partially that’s because the Celtics are an abhorrently bad shooting team, but the Knicks’ defense of course deserves credit. In the second half of Game 2 the Knicks did an e...
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By Charles R. Trimble III
It’s such an exciting time to be a New York Knickerbockers fan. The Knicks hold a 2-0 lead over the Celtics in the 1st round, J.R. Smith was recently named NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year, and Carmelo Anthony is playing the best and most fearless basketball of his career. These things have directly led to the success of this year’s team. Even Coach Woodson...
Point guard Pablo Prigioni returned to the starting lineup for the New York Knicks last night, helping them defeat the Boston Celtics and take a 2-0 lead in the series.Prigioni had been sidelined for Game 1 of the series with a sprained ankle. The 35-year-old NBA rookie is an experienced facilitator, and he helps provide shots for more prominent scorers, including Carmelo Anthonyand...
J.R. Smith was on fire at the end of the first quarter, he nailed two clutch jumpers including the long-distance buzzer-beater which you can see in the video. That was great and all but his celebration was the real gem. We have no clue what he was actually doing, but we want more of it. Enjoy it in .GIF format.
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Just when you thought that you knew everything about New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony, this little gem comes to light.
NewsDay’s Barbara Baker posted these tweets yesterday about Mr. Anthony and his love of classic crooners, Tony Bennett and Frank Sinatra:
Carmelo Anthony quote of day:“I listen to Tony Bennett when I’m sitting home drinking wine by the fire at Christmastime...
The New York Knicks continued their near flawless play tonight, beating the Boston Celtics 90-76 to take a 3-0 lead in the first round, marking their first playoff road victory since 2000. The Celtics had an opportunity to defend their home floor, but the Knicks shattered those hopes from the start. Since the NBA made a switch to the seven-game-series format, teams are 0-103 all...
The New York Knicks JR Smith has been playing some great basketball lately and after winning the NBA’s Sixth Man of the Year award, probably has confidence through the roof. So while playing in Game 2 against the Boston Celtics, watch as Smith calmly gets the inbound pass and comes down and drains a buzzer-beater. [...]
You win. JR Smith was “You Trying to Get The Pipe" in High School.
And today? Hanging with John Starks and Louis CK.
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New York Knicks sharpshooter J.R. Smith has been keeping things classy since his high school days, just trying to get chicks ... or die tryin'.
Carmelo Anthony did it again last night by dropping 34 on the Boston Celtics to lead his team to a 87-71 victory Tuesday night. His performance is just further proof that LeBron James is not the only stud in this league and may not run away with the MVP this year as expected.
I know that voters are only supposed to look at the regular season when deciding their vote, and that...
The drama of Phil Jackson’s next job is back in the news. I guess fishing in Montana on a beautiful day with an accomplished career and money in the bank is not Phil’s idea of retirement! The living legend is interested in coming back to the bench or a rumored front office position with an NBA franchise. Who will take the bait lure him out of his fishing waders?
Video: Elbows Jason Terry in the jaw