Found January 01, 2012 on
The New York Post:
SACRAMENTO, Calif. — Amar’e who?
Amar’e Stoudemire missed last night’s game with a left ankle sprain, rookie Josh Harrellson made the seamless transition to starting power forward and the Knicks soared into 2012 with a face-saving 114-92 wire-to-wire rout of the Kings at the Power Balance Pavilion.
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The Knicks have accidentally discovered the solution to all of their problems: replace Amare Stoudemire with Josh Harrellson. After scoring 78 and 82 points in their previous two games, the Knicks took the court without STAT and put up 35 points (on 8 assisted FGs) in the first quarter. Harrellson was responsible for 8 of those points along with a pair of boards, making him...
The New York Knicks are coming off a blowout loss to the Los Angeles Lakers 99-82. Just imagine how bad the score would have been if David Stern didn’t block the trade and Chris Paul was a Laker.
Before the game Knicks star Carmelo Anthony told the New York Daily News he thinks Stern should have let the trade go through.
“I thought it would have been good for the...
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) Learning at a morning shootaround that he would be making his first NBA start because teammate Amare
Stoudemire was injured, New York Knicks rookie Josh Harrellson didn't have a lot of time to be nervous.
Some things in the NBA are going just like everyone thought (Miami Heat starting 3-0, Kevin Durant playing like an MVP) and some aren't (New Orleans at 2-0, Boston 0-3). What's happening to the Knicks, though, was a matter of some debate.
A lot of people thought the Knicks adding Tyson Chandler would raise their defensive intensity, create fast break opportunities...
The New York Knicks will decide before their game against Toronto whether Amare Stoudemire is ready to return from a sprained left ankle.
Carmelo Anthony scored 23 points, Tyson Chandler had 18 of his 22 in the second half, and the New York Knicks assumed control early in beating the Sacramento Kings 114-92 on Saturday night. The Knicks didn't miss starting forward Amare Stoudemire, their leading rebounder and second-leading scorer who sat out with a sprained left ankle.
Carmelo Anthony had 23 points and was one of six Knicks in double-figures as New York dismantled Sacramento, 114-92, on Saturday night.
SACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) -- Forward Amare Stoudemire did not dress for the New York Knicks on Saturday night against the Sacramento Kings because of a sprained left ankle.
GREENBURGH, N.Y. (AP) -- The New York Knicks will decide before their game against Toronto whether Amar'e Stoudemire is ready to return from a sprained left ankle.