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Post Game Recap
Final Score: Knicks: 80 76ers: 97
The Knicks did not have it tonight against the 76ers as they came out flat and with no effort leading to a blowout loss in Philly. The 76ers pounced on the Knicks from the get go and never let off the gas as they led the game from the opening tip through the final buzzer. The Knicks will be able to get passed this one quickly as they have a quick turnaround with playing the Atlanta Hawks Sunday at 6:30 at Madison Square Garden. With the loss the Knicks dropped to 26-15 on the season.
The only real bright spot for the Knicks tonight was Amar’e Stoudemire, who turned out to be the only Knick to show up for the game tonight. From the moment he checked into the game Stoudemire got it going for the Knicks on offense, drawing a foul and knocking down two free throws on his first possession. Stoudemire is continuing to look more and more confident on the offensive side of the ball as every game passes, showing an improv...
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The bad blood between Carmelo Anthony and Kevin Garnett didn’t last long.
Last night the New York Knicks beat the Boston Celtics 89-86. After a verbal spat and a bus showdown with 20 something security guards on standby, desperate measures were put into place to ensure another Honey Nut Cheerio saga wouldn’t transpire.
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Tweet Simply put, Carmelo Anthony was in the zone Sunday night against the Atlanta Hawks. Anthony scored 42 points on 15-28 from the field, including a Knicks-record nine three-pointers. Here’s a highlight reel of ‘Melo’s big night: The Knicks came away with the 106-104 win, and the 42-point explosion now has Melo ranking second in [...]
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Great to see Knicks superstar Carmelo Anthony is a good sport. Check out Carmelo posing with a Boston celtics fan holding some Honey Nut Cheerios — He was even gracious enough to sign the kid’s box. That’s exactly how you handle the situation.-TO
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Knicks 106 Hawks 104
Tonight the New York Knicks held off an Atlanta team that was on their heels and hungry for a win. Carmelo Anthony had 42 points and carried the Knicks to a gut check win 106-104 to move their win total to 27-15. This win was just that, a WIN, however New York struggled defensively all night, as Jeff Teague torched them most of the game.
From a young age, Allonzo Trier has enjoyed national spotlight. In elementary school, he shot a PowerAde commercial with Carmelo Anthony, and that same year, had a feature story on him in the New York Times. He had become a nationally known name in basketball circles, because of the potential for the player that he might become. Years later, that potential is coming to fruition...
Carmelo Anthony tied a franchise record with nine 3-pointers, then converted a go-ahead, three-point play with 12.5 seconds left to cap a 42-point night and lead the New York Knicks to a 106-104 victory over the Atlanta Hawks on Sunday.
The Hawks shot a season-high 60 percent from the field but had their three-game winning streak snapped when Josh Smith, burned on Anthony's...
For the first time since 2006, the Knicks came away victorious in Boston on Thursday night.While such a win puts an end to such a frustrating and traumatizing losing streak, perhaps it also symbolizes why this a season is one more different than any other in recent years for the Knicks.Clearly an NBA powerhouse over the past few seasons, the Celtics have always seemed to have New...
Post Game Recap
Final Score: Hawks: 104 Knicks: 106
The Knicks looked like a totally different team from the one that got blown out in Philadelphia last night in beating the Hawks tonight. There was a lot more effort and better effectiveness from the players, but there was still some glaring deficiencies that will need to be worked on as the Knicks continue their path to the...