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Highlights – Danilo looked like the second coming of Jordan (0:50), Dwight Howard trade (2:20), Amare looks soft (5:13), Knicks becoming exposed (6:50), This ain’t Show Friends, this is Show Business (7:10)
If you're a Knicks fan than your thoughts and feelings about the Knicks' perfomance lately probably run parallel with Stepen A Smith. Hopefully this video gets around to the entire Knicks organization and wakes these guys up out of the hibernation they have been in. It's difficult not to agree with 100% of what Smith mentions in this video.
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So the New York Knicks are interested in acquiring super-superstar Center Dwight Howard from the Orlando
Magic according to Stephen A Smith. The walking little man complex, Stephen, didn’t just tell the world, he screamed it on the hardest to listen to radio show on ESPN. The Knicks would be willing to give up Tyson Chandler and Amare Stoudamire for Dwight Howard. The Magic...
Tyson Chandler led the way with 20 points and 17 rebounds as the New York Knicks overcame a rough performance from Carmelo Anthony and snapped a six-game losing streak with a 111-78 victory over the host Charlotte Bobcats on Tuesday.
Amar'e Stoudemire added 18 points and eight boards and Landry Fields scored 18 points for the Knicks, who held the Bobcats to 34 percent shooting...
At this point the Knicks need any help they can get.
But, if you are counting on Baron Davis as your savior that should tell you how dire the situation is. Davis though is optimistic that once he gets in the fold things will be changing for the better.
Baron Davis said he believes he can eventually make the Knicks an “unstoppable’’ offensive team.
Practicing for the first...
CLEVELAND — The Knicks made a commitment to combo guard Toney Douglas yesterday, exercising the final year option on his rookie contract, preventing him from becoming an unrestricted free agent this summer. Yesterday was the deadline.But Douglas didn’t repay them with a good showing last night in an awful...
**This game preview was written by Knicks Journal contributor Zach Horst. You can follow him on Twitter @zd183.**The Knicks have a great opportunity to get back on track tonight in their third game against the Charlotte Bobcats. Both teams are riding losing streaks, New York on a 6-game skid, and Charlotte losing the past four.The Knicks are coming off a heart-breaking double-overtime...
The latest rumor involving star center Dwight Howard has him going to the New York Knicks for Amare Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler! Would this be a good move for the Knicks or Orlando Magic?
The list of players who scored more points for the Knicks than Carmelo Anthony on Tuesday night starts with Tyson Chandler and Amar'e Stoudemire and continues all the way down through Jeremy Lin and Jerome Jordan.
Anthony missed all seven shots, scored one point overall and was outscored by every other member of the Knicks in Charlotte. This sounds like the start of another long...
Baron Davis didn’t make his Knicks debut against the team that released him Wednesday night, and it is unlikely that the point guard will be ready in time to face the Miami Heat on Friday.
Carmelo Anthony was 5 for 14 with 15 points as the Knicks committed 23 turnovers, which led to 24 Cavaliers points, and made only 42 percent of their shots.
Baron Davis went through the first practice of his New York Knicks career yesterday, and despite the rust, he emerged feeling confident about his own play and that of the team. He also wants the fans to stop lustily booing the Knicks at MSG. (Riiiiight. Good luck with that, Baron.) From the NY Post: “Point guard Baron Davis made some bold proclamations Monday after his first practice...
The Knicks will have the right to match any offer Toney Douglass receives.
In their rehearsal for Friday's showdown with the Miami Heat, the Knicks self-destructed again against a team with a losing record. Carmelo Anthony suffered through another awful shooting night and the Knicks were simply outworked by the Cavs, losing 91-81.
MIAMI — LeBron James always brings out the best in Carmelo Anthony, ever since their high-school wars.
The Knicks haven’t seen the best of Anthony in a while. Nobody needs a feel-good night worse than the sore-wristed, sore-ankled, sore-thumbed Anthony. His disastrous shooting slump is the chief cause of the...