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Following the New York Knicks 106-96 loss to the Washington Wizards, I caught up with Carmelo Anthony as he spoke with the media. Anthony finished the game with 31 points and 9 rebounds but could not will his team to win against the Wizards for the first time this season. He spoke about the Wizards [...]
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Carmelo Anthony had 36 points and nine rebounds, scoring 12 points down the stretch to rally the New York Knicks to a 100-94 victory over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Friday night.
Anthony topped 30 points for the 17th time this season for the Knicks, who trailed by 11 with seven minutes to play. But Anthony did all of his fourth-quarter damage in those final minutes, hitting a...
Knicks 100 T-Wolves 94
The New York Knicks have something to prove, are they contenders or pretenders? Tonight was a game that asked that question. The game was ugly from a defensive standpoint, but they averted disaster by squeaking by the Timberwolves on the back of Carmelo Anthony with a 100-94 victory and improve their record to 32-16.
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The NBA's "Mr. Nice Guy," Kevin Durant, says it's time for him to shut his mouth on the court.
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Tweet Heading into Wednesday’s game against the New York Knicks the Washington Wizards were owners of a 12-35 record, placing them fourteenth of fifteen NBA Eastern Conference teams. You wouldn’t be alone in wondering how much better Washington would be had John Wall been available from the opening game, instead of since January 12 [...]
After missing the first thirty-three games of the 2013 regular season, Wizards guard John Wall is making up for lost time.Early on in the Wizards game tonight against the New York Knicks, Wall was able to reject a shot from Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony.After controlling the swat, John went coast-to-coast for an easy lay-up:
Wizards John Wall’s return to the court has been understated this season, probably because the Wizards season overall has been uneventful. But during Knicks vs. Wizards on Wednesday night, John Wall showed why he’s a player you can’t afford to sleep on. Checkout this play where he blocks Carmelo Anthony from behind and goes coast to coast hits a spin on Jason Kidd for the lay...
You might not be able to tell by his numbers, but J.R. Smith is having arguably the best season of his career. The ultra-talented shooting guard has long been known for his wildness and unpredictability, but this year he has shown at least some discipline in helping the Knicks rise to the top of the Atlantic Division.
Smith is still capable of moments like the one that occurred Monday...
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Following the Wizards' defeat of the New York Knicks on Wednesday night, Carmelo Anthony was asked a few Wizards-related questions regarding the performance of John Wall as well as his thoughts on his former Denver Nuggets teammate and current Wiz big man Nene.
Melo was particularly vocal about the toughness in defending Wall's speed in transition...
In most recent years, the Knicks have left fans hanging their heads in disappointment as New York continued to fail at beating the worse-off teams in the league. Despite the evident talent on rosters of the past, no clutch gene was consistently found in such squads, as the Knicks were left losing to teams they should have and could have defeated on a nightly basis.But the 2012-13...
Wizards John Wall has had quite the return to the court this season, but since the Wizards season overall is garbage he has gone somewhat unnoticed. But not today, during [...]
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Final Score Knicks: 96 Wizards: 106
The Knicks just did not bring it enough Wednesday night in Washington, leading to a disappointing loss at the hands of the Wizards. This comes as a surprise to some people, but really shouldn’t as the Wizards improve to 8-7 with John Wall in the lineup; also seven of their 13 wins now have come against teams with records above...
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Final Score: Pistons: 85 Knicks: 99
Head Coach Mike Woodson set a goal for the Knicks heading into the All-Star break; finish the last 11 games 9-2; so far so good as the Knicks completed a perfect home stand Monday night against the Pistons. This is the fourth time in franchise history that a five game home stand was swept and the first time since 1973. The...