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J.R. Smith absolutely blew up Gerald Wallace today during the Knicks 100-97 comeback win over the Brooklyn Nets. Gerald came down the lane for a rebound and J.R. was having none of it, so he decided to stick it to Wallace for no good reason. The result was Wallace on the ground in a great deal of pain.
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New York Knicks point guard made the worst attempt shot of the season, and possibly the worst in NBA history, during the fourth quarter of Tuesday night's game at the Barclays Center against the Brooklyn Nets.
Felton had an open look and took the shot, but to say it was a little off would be an understatement, as it went straight up in the air about 20 feet.
The Knicks have been on a complete roll this season. After winning 112-106 in MSG November 9, 2012 against Carmelo Anthony’s old team the Denver Nuggets. This improved their home record to 8-0 and their overall record to 15-5 which tops all teams in the Eastern Conference.
Some people believe the Knicks would be a good team this season, but not a serious contender...
So, it's probably not a stretch to say that quite a few pro basketball players aspire to be rap stars.
Such is the case with New York Knicks guard Iman Shumpert.
Shumpert recorded a song proclaiming his love, affection and devotion to his team and talks...well, raps about his teammates and their skills. And while the sentiment is admirable, the singing...
Injured Knicks point guard Iman Shumpert has released his own Knicks anthem over GOOD Music’s “Clique.” Thoughts? I like Shump the rapper but can someone explain to me exactly what Knicks tape means?
Look at the ups on ref Courtney Kirkland as he tries to block the Net’s Kris Humphries’ free throw. Courtney needs to cut back on the caffeine, that was a bit of an over reaction.
Not sure what the NBA referees a drinking on these days, but it seems like they are going crazy during Raptors games. Two days ago we had the ref that got in a wrestling match over a ball after a free throw, now we have referee Courtney Kirkland trying to block Kris Humphries when he's about to shoot a free throw. Craziness. The only thing I can see that's happening...
This great Wednesday morning is filled with good basketball stories. We had the one handed baller, two huge dunks by Blake Griffin against the Bulls, Minnesota player throwing down a fast break 360 dunk, Mike D'Antoni yelling at the media, and Jason Kidd hitting a controversial game winner against the Nets. Might as well add one more to the mix. Check out the video below...
It would appear that the New York Knicks are for real.
After raising some eyebrows by starting the year on a hot streak, the Knickerbockers have not slowed down much. Currently sitting atop the Eastern Conference standings, New York appears like the real deal in no small part thanks to Tyson Chandler.
The Knicks’ center is making the team a true contender in the East with his tenacious...
The Brooklyn Nets could be getting the help they need to break a four-game slide in time for another visit by the New York Knicks.
Brook Lopez turned in a big game the first time these Atlantic Division rivals met and could be back for Tuesday night's matchup.
Brooklyn (11-8) won 96-89 in overtime over New York (15-5) at home on Nov. 26. The game was originally scheduled as...
NEW YORK -- Mike Woodson has enjoyed some solid victories in his brief stint as the head coach of the New York Knicks, but none quite as emotional and as exciting as Tuesday night's win in the Battle of the Boroughs. The Knicks team came from 17 points down to defeat their cross-river rival, the Brooklyn Nets, 100-97 at the Barclays Center. "What can I say about Jason...
In the coming months we are going to be starting up “Turn On The Knicks” – Job descriptions for writing positions will be released in January along with our new openings for Turn On The Jets. However, I will be contributing to both sites as will Chris Celletti, who does terrific Knicks work over at SB Nation as well. Outside of Twitter commentary, we want to keep our pulse...
Check out our picks from Sunday’s NBA action:
6-foot-3 Russell Westbrook swats 7-foot-2 Roy Hibbert to the ground:
Blake Griffin climbs the ladder for the putback dunk:
Raymond Felton to Tyson Chandler for the one-handed alley-oop:
Kyle Lowry to DeMar DeRozan, caught up in Lob City, convert a pretty nice alley-oop of their own:
Gerald Wallace blocks Monta Ellis’ over to the...