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Beyond The Buzzer:
Syracuse alumni, Carmelo Anthony, had Knicks coach and University of Indiana graduate, Mike Woodson carry an orange around throughout Friday’s shootaround. Melo won a bet between himself and Woodson that his Orangemen would beat Indiana in Thursday night’s Sweet 16 match.
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Carmelo Anthony uses boxing as part of his offseason conditioning program.
J.R. Smith is a notorious chucker, who will shoot over anybody and anything as long as it is the toughest shot possible. And to J.R., no shot is impossible, so you can pretty much guess why he often butts head with his coach, Mike Woodson.
From Steve Popper:
“We have a funny relationship, honestly,” Smith said. “It’s crazy. Off the court it’s like father-son. On the court...
There's no love lost between the New York Knicks and Boston Celtics, making for an intriguing potential matchup in the first round of the playoffs.
"Let's just be quite frank about them," Carmelo Anthony said after the Knicks beat the Celtics 100-85 on the road Tuesday. "We always want to beat Boston. New York in anything wants to beat Boston, and when we...
8 a.m. ET: The last team to beat the Celtics prior to their current two-game win streak was the Knicks. Jeff Green and company have a chance to change that Sunday.
In a special Easter edition of the NBA’s best traditional rivalry, the Celtics (38-34) and the Knicks (45-26) will face off at Madison Square Garden. This is the fourth and final meeting of the year between these teams...
We’re in to March Madness just as much as we’re in to the pro game here at TOK, and with today being the 21st anniversary of Christian Laettner’s buzzer beater, as well as the tip-off of the Sweet 16 round of games, we figured now would be the perfect time to share some college highlights with you. The Knicks have had some serious college talent suit up in the blue and orange...
Did you know that the New York Knicks are 16-13 with Amar’e Stoudemire in the lineup and 33-13 without him? That is an incredible stat, which once again proves that Amar’e Stoudemire simply does not fit on this team. That is not a sample size, that is a quarter of a season worth of hard proof that this team performs better with him wearing a suit. Word is that Stoudemire is working...
NEW YORK -- J.R. Smith scored 35 points, his second straight 30-point game, and the New York Knicks withstood a furious rally to beat the Memphis Grizzlies 108-101 on Wednesday night.
Carmelo Anthony added 22 points and Iman Shumpert had 16 as the Knicks tied a season high with their sixth straight win.
Smith scored 32 points against the Boston Celtics on Tuesday.
By Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Pre-Game News and Notes
Bobcats vs. Knicks
The Knicks enter Friday night’s game looking to extend their six game winning streak against the lowly Bobcats. To put into perspective just how poor the Bobcats have been, the Heat’s 27-game win streak that was snapped earlier in the week is more wins than the Bobcats have had since last...
By Max Marcilla – Knickswag Contributor
Knicks 111 Bobcats 102
Tonight’s game was almost identical to Wednesday’s game when the Knicks defeated the Memphis Grizzlies. Wednesday, the Knicks scored 37 in the first quarter and 69 in the first half. Tonight the Knicks scored 38 in the first and also 69 in the half. However, not all of the similarities were positive. A...
For most of the night, we didn’t think the New York Knicks would need things like a clutch Jason Kidd three and the need to make late free throws in order to beat the Memphis Grizzlies. The Knicks’ scorching first half made it seem like we’d be watching Chris Copeland dominating garbage time, Steve Novak making meaningless threes while Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith made fun...
“We got a lot of guys with pride and a lot of heart,” said Gerald Henderson after the Bobcats’ failed semi-comeback against the Knicks on Friday night, “We just couldn’t come up with it at the end of the game.” An answer for J.R. Smith and Carmelo Anthony is the “it” with which the Bobcats [...]