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After being the goat of the Knicks loss to the Miami Heat he’s been getting an earful on twitter. But in typical JR Smith fashion instead of turning the other cheek he decided to retaliate in the most lewd way possible.
Will this garner enough anguish in the social media world that the league may give JR a call? If you recall, he has been fined for his Twitter antics, before when he posted photos of rapper Joe Budden’s Ex-Girlfriend Tahiry booty from the team hotel.
JR might want to spend a little more time in the gym and less time on Twitter, because those 5-18 shooting performances and bone headed end of the game decisions are going to cost the Knicks even more when the playoffs start.
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CLEVELAND -- Knicks star Carmelo Anthony fell and injured his right knee in the second quarter of Mondays 102-97 win over host Cleveland.
While no official diagnosis has been made, Anthony said afterward the knee has been bothering him for a couple weeks. Anthony reportedly had an MRI on the knee over the weekend.
Its been sore, no stiffness, he said. Its been going on a while...
The Knicks were firing on all cylinders early today, leading 59-45 at half. So how did TOK know that a second half implosion was coming? Kevin Smith puts on his chef hat and shows you how to make and when to expect a Knicks loss.
Ingredient #1 – The Almighty Three Ball
I think it’s safe to say that the Knicks are willing to live and die by the three, but there...
Kenyon Martin has remained healthy and performed well enough to earn himself another ten days on the New York Knicks roster. The veteran forward has played out his original ten-day contract with the Knicks, but the team is reportedly going to give him another one. According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York, the team actually hopes that Martin sticks with the club for the rest of...
NEW YORK With his team trailing by double figures late in the third quarter of Sundays matinee against the New York Knicks, Miami Heat forward LeBron James sniffed out a careless J.R. Smith pass intended for Jason Kidd. Stepping in front of the cursory toss for a steal, LeBron was wrapped up in a Kidd bear hug before he could get to the rim for what would have been a thunderous...
Amare Stoudemire scored 22 points, J.R. Smith added 18 and the New York Knicks overcame a 22-point deficit without All-Star Carmelo Anthony to beat the Cavaliers 102-97 on Monday night, ending a 10-game losing streak in Cleveland.
Steve Novak made three of New York's seven 3-pointers in the fourth quarter as the Knicks rallied and shook off a tough home loss on Sunday, when...
By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Post Game Recap
Final Score: Knicks: 96 Wizards: 88
The Knicks were able to exact some revenge on the Wizards tonight in Washington, picking up a victory after being embarrassed in their last visit. The win tonight puts the Knicks on a three-game win streak heading into their huge matchup Sunday afternoon against the Miami Heat. The...
The big news came before Friday’s game against the Washington Wizards, where New York Knicks head coach Mike Woodson revealed that he’d made a change to the starting lineup: Jason Kidd was relegated to the bench in favor of James White. James White? Yes! James White.
The Knicks, who fell to the reinvigorated Wizards a bit before the All-Star Break, struggled throughout Friday’s...
Knicks 102 Cavaliers 97
Tale of Two Games:
Tonight the New York Knicks were up against the much-improved Cleveland Cavaliers. With the emotional loss yesterday at MSG, which Knicks team would show up? Early on the Knicks looked sluggish and one step slow, as the Cavaliers shot 70% in the first period. The Knicks poor play compounded every trip down the court, as the Cavs...
Current Standings - New York - 2nd in the Eastern Conference (6.5 games behind Miami), 1st in the Atlantic Division (2.5 games ahead of Brooklyn) Miami - 1st in Eastern Conference
Previous Meeting - New York beat Miami 112-92 on December 6th (Carmelo Anthony DNP)
What To Watch For - The New York Knicks 3 game winning streak is something to be encouraged by despite the victories...
By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contibutor
Pre-Game News and Notes
Knicks vs. Cavaliers
After a tough loss against the Heat yesterday afternoon the Knicks will get right back at it tonight in Cleveland against the Cavaliers. This will be a big game for the Knicks as it will show what kind of team they are; a resourceful one that bounces back against adversity or one that will...
Current Standings - New York: 35-21, 3rd in the Eastern Conference (7.5 behind the Miami Heat), 1st in the Atlantic Divison (Leading the Brooklyn Nets by 3 games) Cleveland: 20-39, 12th in the Eastern Conference (24 games behind the Miami Heat), 5th in the Central Division (Last place, 17.5 games behind the Indian Pacers).
Previous Meeting - The Knicks defeated the Cavaliers 103...
The Atlantic Division-leading New York Knicks haven't managed to beat the Cleveland Cavaliers on the road in over six years, and Carmelo Anthony hasn't been much help, either.
The possible return of Kyrie Irving may keep it that way Monday night when Anthony and the Knicks make their first of two visits this season.
New York (35-21) has won four of the last six meetings...