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Raymond Felton said the measurement comes down to track record, and on that, there is no comparison.
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New Knicks point guard Raymond Felton doesn't understand why he's compared to former New York point guard Jeremy Lin.
First off, Happy Thanksgiving to Knicks fans and KnicksJournal.com readers alike. The team here appreciates your viewership, and wishes you and your families a healthy and happy holiday season.Though swingman James White is happy to be in his "second home" of Houston for the holiday, the Knickerbockers didn't quite head into this special day on a high note.Taking on...
DALLAS - It is impossible to have pulled up a chair for Wednesday's Thanksgiving Eve meeting between the Mavs and the visiting Knicks and not experience some melancholia. But in the end - a Mavs 114-111 thriller of a victory - it was also impossible to not experience some mirth.
With Tyson Chandler and Jason Kidd flanking a superstar forward, the New York Knicks represent for...
But if you look at the lines below, a lot of other people have performances to be thankful for too. It’s like these guys knew that they had a day off today or something…
Comeback Line of the Night: Kevin Love (1.31) came back with only the 24th best performance of the night. Out of 289 players. You see why we said he was still worth a first round pick? Oh, you need to know his...
Carmelo Anthony’s wife Lala was spotted out in Atlanta with her partners in crime, Po and Dice. First up on Lala hosted Reign on Black Friday. With Saturday reserved for her pop up event with Motives Cosmetics. Side note, when I attended Lala’s birthday brunch last June, I received some samples from the line. [...]
O.J. Mayo scored 10 of 27 points over the final six minutes of the third quarter, when Dallas charged ahead, and the Mavericks held on for a 114-111 victory over the New York Knicks on Wednesday night.
Mayo put Dallas ahead to stay with a 17-foot fadeaway jumper with 43 seconds left in the third quarter to break an 80-all tie. That was part of a 20-8 spurt to end the period against...
The Houston Rockets (6-7) beat the New York Knicks (8-3) 131-103, last night at the Toyota Center in Houston, TX.
This was an unwatchable if you were a Knicks fan. No defense, no sense of urgency and no shot for the Knicks winning this game.
The defense got exposed by giving up easy layups, easy three pointers and getting beat in the paint.
This was Mike Woodson's worse loss...