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Beyond The Buzzer:
EPIX held a premiere party for the release of Amar’e Stoudemire’s new documentary ‘In The Moment’ which follows the Knicks forward “whose quest is to bring a championship to New York before he finishes his career.” Teammates Carmelo Anthony, Iman Shumpert, Tyson Chandler and more came out to show their support on the orange carpet at Marquee in NYC. Before the screening, Stoudemire sat down for a Q&A with Stephen A. Smith. Amar’e Stoudemire: In The Moment will air Saturday at 8:00 PM ET on EPIX.
BEST OF MAXIM
AROUND THE WEB
By Charles Trimble III
Rasheed Wallace officially retired yesterday after he was unable to overcome the lingering effects of his foot injury. During his brief but impactful stay as a Knickerbocker, Rasheed was able to instill a confidence and belief in this team that transformed them from a team that thought they could succeed into a team that expected to!
Many contributed the 18...
New York Knicks coach Mike Woodson doesn’t think Amar’e Stoudemire will play in the team’s opening-round playoff series against the Boston Celtics. “I think he’s going to be out,
Blake Griffin has a very important announcement to make: Move over Carmelo Anthony, he is going for the 2013 NBA scoring title.
The New York Knicks announced on Wednesday that a foot injury is sending vet Rasheed Wallace back out to pasture.
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Following the announcement of Rasheed Wallace’s retirement, the New York Knicks announced the signing of 31-year-old, Earl Barron. The seven-footer has played in a total of 123 NBA games on seven different teams with career averages of 4.9 points and 3.6 rebounds in 14.7 minutes per game. He most recently played for the Washington Wizards before being waived in December. Barron...
Celtics Players and What to Watch For:
Today at 3pm the New York Knicks will begin their journey on a road to a hopeful Championship run. The first obstacle for the Knicks is the dreaded Boston Celtics who are not as good as the old Celtics, but still playoff tested and dangerous.
Paul Pierce, Kevin Garnett and Jeff Green are now the Celtics nucleus. Pierce is not...
The Boston Celtics won't have to worry about stopping New York Knicks' Amar'e Stoudemire because they likely won't see him. According to Ian Begley of ESPN New York, the Knicks camp is doubtful that Stoudemire will play in the first round Celtics-Knicks series. Stoudemire has been absent from the team for more than a month after needing a second debridement on this...
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Can Carmelo Anthony lift the New York Knicks to win a playoff series? Starts today in New York and you know Kevin Garnett will be talking his usual trash. I’m excited for some playoffs.-TO
Carmelo Anthony Gets Jersey Retired
The Knicks Come Together for Amare
New York Knicks forward Amar’e Stoudemire is still not healthy enough to play in the upcoming first round playoff match-up against the Boston Celtics. But despite him not being able to get on the court, Amar’e is still finding a way to make himself heard in this series. Specifically, via a guarantee. Per ESPN New York: [...]
The Turn On The Knicks staff gives their predictions for the first round of the NBA playoffs, which tip-off this Saturday.
BUCKS VS. HEAT
Joe Caporoso - Sometimes you don’t want to over-think these things. The Heat are one of the best teams we have seen in the past decade, if not longer. The Bucks are a sub .500 team, who despite having their share of scorers, will be overmatched...
You’ve probably heard plenty of perspective from the New York Knicks side of things recently. A lot of Knicks fans are supremely confident, while there are a slight few who are a bit nervous. We have a mix of it here ourselves.
But what do Boston Celtics’ observers feel? We were lucky enough to grab a few answers from Chuck at Celtics site RedsArmy.com to get a glimpse of the...
Well here we are, the playoffs. One would be in hard-pressed to find a team that is as experienced(read: old) as the Celtics are. Boston rolling into New York to tip off the first round of the 2012-2013 playoffs on April 20th at 3 pm. The Knicks own the season series at an edge of 3 games to 1 in handily fashion. The Knicks have certainly been a team to reckon with this season...