Found November 02, 2012 on
I don't know to what extent the hurricane has hurt the Knicks City Family, I hope you're all safe and haven't been too inconvienced by the disaster.
Tonight, The Knicks open the season against the Miami Heat, with the Starting Lineups being:
Felton, Kidd, Brewer, Melo and Chandler
Bosh, Wade, James, Chalmers and Battier
Let's GET PUMPED!!!
...Let's not forget Lady Luck...
LETS GO KNICKS!!!!!!
BEST OF MAXIM
Just days after waiving training camp invitees Mychel Thompson, Henry Sims, John Shurna, and Oscar Bellfield, the Knicks learned they'll be able to keep a closer eye on three of these same basketball hopefuls as the season progresses. With D-League teams formulating their rosters a bit in time for their own respective training camps, the Erie BayHawks (New York's direct...
If Jeremy Lin has a very productive year for the Rockets, he'll make it difficult for the Knicks to forget him so easily. In Houston's inaugural game of the season Wednesday night, he propelled himself to a strong start. The Harvard grad scored 12 points, dished out 8 assists, and grabbed 4 steals. Perhaps more impressively, Lin's had a team-high plus/minus of +23 (the...
KNOW YOUR ROLE
Rasheed Wallace knows his best days are long behind him, but he's more than comfortable with his bench role on the Knickerbockers.
The New York Knicks lined up at center court at Madison Square Garden before Friday night's game against the Miami Heat, which was the first NBA game held in New York City since the Hurricane Sandy tragedy. Carmelo Anthony addressed the crowd to thank the fans that came to the game to show their support for the Knicks and acknowledged the lives and families impacted by the tragedy...
MIAMI - Chris Bosh never has wanted to be a coach. When he sees Erik Spoelstra, it doesn't change his mind.
It's Spoelstra's job to figure how to divvy up minutes on the deep Miami Heat. Obviously, it's better than having stiffs, but orchestrating an overflow of talent hardly is easy.
"I don't want to be in his shoes," Bosh, Miami's starting center...
A sports team's season debut should never be this dramatic. And for the New York Knicks, this wasn't even supposed to be their 2012 season opener and it almost wasn't.
Friday night's Knicks first game of the season against the Miami Heat became the first major sporting event in New York since superstorm Sandy hit the area.
The Knicks already had their first...
LeBron James and the champs. Opening night at Madison Square Garden.
Under normal circumstances, as electric a scene as there is in the NBA.
Things are still far from normal in New York.
Already postponed once by Superstorm Sandy, the New York Knicks will begin their season Friday night against the Miami Heat, not sure what to expect when they take the floor but hoping it helps...
Last night the Knicks surprised many with their thrashing of the Miami Heat. With blowouts, the always live Madison Square Garden crowd has something to say. Well, last night’s chants had to do with Rasheed Wallace entering the court. According to Pro Basketball Talk, after the crowd ignited the idea Coach Mike Woodson had this to say to Wallace.
“You want to play, Rasheed?” Woodson...
Doc on Wade's "punk play" comment: "Don't forget about Rondo's elbow injury (in 2011 playoffs)…that was created by Dwyane Wade."— Boston Celtics (@celtics) November 1, 2012
Yeah, cause Dwyane Wade has never done a punk move in his life.
Seriously, I'm sick of Wade already. I never hated him before the Heat got LeBron and Bosh but since then...
We've waited, said TWT ( a Steady-isum for Time will Tell ).... for this very moment for a very long time. Tonight is the last night the Knicks will be known as good. Tonight will be the start of something no MSM would believe or even dare to believe. The Knicks will be known as the team to beat on their way to the Championship.Tonight will be the last time even Barkley question...
Dwyane Wade thinks the NBA should have postponed Miami's game at
New York on Friday night, while LeBron James is ''50-50'' over
whether the game should be played.
MIAMI - Chris Bosh scored 40 points, and Ray Allen haunted his former coach with a four-point play with 6.7 seconds left to lead the Miami Heat to a 119-116 win over the Denver Nuggets Saturday night. Andre Iguodala's 20-foot jumper had given Denver a 116-115 lead with 14.1 seconds left. But Allen drifted to his favorite spot on the floor -- the left corner -- took a pass from...
LeBron James has been spectacular both times he has faced the Denver Nuggets since joining the Miami Heat.
Perhaps the key to which team will win Saturday night will be how well Dwyane Wade fares.
The Heat return home after a difficult trip that resulted in a loss as they try to drop the new-look Nuggets to 0-3.
Miami (1-1) and Denver have met three times since James joined the...
After losing by 20 on Friday night to the New York Knicks, it appeared the defending-champion Miami Heat may be in store for another loss on Saturday night against the Denver Nuggets.
Down 116-115 with under 10 seconds to go, LeBron James found Ray Allen in the corner. And the NBA's all-time leader in three pointers made did it again, while getting fouled, even.
Superstorm Sandy continues to affect the world of sports, leading
to the cancellation of the New York City Marathon and prompting
Miami Heat guard Dwyane Wade to pledge nearly $210,000 to relief