Found January 16, 2012 on
I guarantee when the season started, the New York Knicks didn’t think they’d be 6-6 after 12 games. After acquiring Tyson Chandler in the offseason to go along with Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire, the Knicks looked like they could contend for one of the top spots in the East.
Now, after a disappointing .500 start to the season, the Knicks are hoping Baron Davis can get the team on the right track….
If you read that and thought that the Knicks are probably hopeless, you’re not alone, but ESPN is reporting that Davis could be back at practice next week and coach Mike D’Antoni seems ready to throw him right into the action.
"Well, we'll have a little adjustment phase [when Davis comes back] but we're adjusting with a really good point guard, so that's an adjustment we'll make readily," D'Antoni said.
I am not the biggest Baron Davis fan, especially in the last few years. I think the Cavaliers were smart in using the amnesty clause on him and I t...
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New York Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni believes that injured guard Baron Davis remains on schedule to return to action.
As for a precise date, well, D'Antoni isn't ready to go that far.
"I don't know about this week, but next week, yes," D'Antoni told the New York Post. "He's still on schedule. If that's the third of February, the fifth,...
Baron Davis is expected to be cleared for contact basketball drills this week.
What’s on Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni’s mind? Not only the return from injury of Carmelo Anthony, but also the looming Knicks debut of Baron Davis.
Davis is getting closer and closer to returning from a herniated disk and a person familiar with the situation said the guard will take a big leap in his rehab this [...]
The Knicks need a productive point guard. Is Baron Davis that player?
In the last 18 months, the Knicks have added Amar'e Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler to their roster.
Given the results they generated last season and the hype they generated during the truncated run-up to this season, you wouldn't imagine that the Knicks would be looking for another savior quite so quickly. And yet, 13 games into this season with a 6-7 record...
The Knicks won’t have Baron Davis for today’s matinee against the Magic at the Garden, and likely will be without Carmelo Anthony, as well.
But, at least in Davis’ case, his long-awaited debut continues to creep ever closer, with Knicks coach Mike D’Antoni saying yesterday Davis remains...
A pair of recent pickups, and cheap pickups at that. This Baron Davis auto is pretty sweet for a couple of reasons. First, it's an on-card auto. Second, it features Baron in his UCLA attire. Third, Davis has an awesome beard now, and I'm a man who appreciates good facial hair and sick beards. For a buck twenty-nine from my LCS's eBay store, it's even sweeter. Also...
It has become Baron or Bust for the Knicks.
How scary is that?
In a telling moment before yesterday’s 102-93 Martin Luther King Day matinee defeat to the Magic, coach Mike D’Antoni was asked five straight questions on the exact timetable of Baron Davis’ first practice and scrimmage...