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A recap of sorts, with thoughts on the Knicks' two first preseason losses (as well as insight on the potential positive takeaways) will pop up later this morning on KnicksJournal.com.In the meantime, it's easy to assert that the team's first few games this month have been filled with ups and downs. Fans are still anxiously waiting for some of their favorites to hit the hardwood, though all the while they've watched certain players struggle early, and others thrive as they rise to the challenge at hand.In addition to aiming to make a good impression, many Knickerbockers on the training camp roster are fighting tooth and nail for that coveted roster spot or two.Should any combination of players like Rasheed Wallace, Chris Copeland, Henry Sims, Mychel Thompson, Oscar Bellfield, and/or John Shurma make the team, they'll join a talented, animated, and enthusiastic group that is quickly becoming affectionately known to make up a "Knickstape."One of the most p...
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Stephon Marbury certainly had an interesting run in the NBA, particularly known for his scoring ability. The guard averaged over 19 points and 7 assists per game over his 13 year career before going to play ball overseas in China.
He was definitely a personality, and some would call him a chemistry killer.
Now, it looks like there are bigger issues on his plate than just being called...
The New York Knicks are an old veteran team, and even though some of the older vets are banged up already, one of the younger Knicks is also wounded. Newsday is reporting that Knicks backup guard J.R. Smith is in a walking boot, trying to take some pressure off a sore left Achilles heel. Head [...]
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Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire is expected to miss the start of the regular season because of a left knee injury.
The Knicks said Stoudemire returned to New York on Sunday to get his left knee re-evaluated and an MRI revealed a ruptured benign cyst. He is expected to miss two to three weeks.
Stoudemire had played in only one preseason game, sitting out the first two because...
New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire will be out for the next two to three weeks with a ruptured cyst in his left knee. This will mean that he will miss the opener against the Brooklyn Nets. Jeff Zillgitt of USA Today reports that the injury was found through an MRI.The issue was discovered after an MRI in New York on Sunday morning. Knicks coach Mike Woodson told news reporters...
Amare just can’t seem to stay healthy.
I don’t know who Chris Copeland is, but I sincerely hope there is only one of him in the NBA, or the Celtics are going have their hands full defensively much more often than we would like.Copeland ripped apart the Celtics again, dropping 34 points on a variety of defenders. Most of his points came off pick and roll cuts and backdoor cuts, as well as a variety of threes from progressively...
Boston Celtics (2-4) at New York Knicks (2-1)Preseason Game #7 – Road Game #5Saturday, October 20, 20127:30pm ETTV: CSNNE, MSG, NBA-LP (DTV 752/753) Times Union Center, Albany, New York Referees: Marc Davis, Tony Brown, Eli Roe
This is the second preseason game between these two division rivals. The first game was a spirited affair with the Knicks coming out on...