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Tyson Chandler made the All-NBA Defensive First Team, along with LeBron James, Tony Allen, Serge Ibaka, Joakim Noah and Chris Paul
— Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) May 13, 2013
Tyson Chandler is a very good center in the NBA, but the last few weeks he has not lived up to expectations. The Knicks have been getting crushed on the boards so far this series against Indiana.
Iman Shumpert is not practicing today because of a sore left knee, team. JR Smith and Kenyon Martin also absent due to illness.
— Steve Popper (@StevePopper) May 13, 2013
At this point in the season most players on all the playoff teams are banged and tired. But this can’t come at a worse time for the NY Knicks. A flu bug that is moving slowly through the team might effect game 4. Now we here news that Iman Shumpert has a sore knee and might be limited in action. Calling All Bench Players! Q Rich and Marcus better be ready.
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Though he did earn himself a spot on the NBA's "All-Defensive" First Team Monday afternoon, Tyson Chandler's struggles in the postseason have arguably been more obvious than anyone else's.There's no doubt the big man has had a tough time containing the Pacers' Roy Hibbert throughout the Knicks' series against the Pacers. He hasn't done much to...
The New York Knicks fell apart against the Indiana Pacers in Game 3 of their Eastern Conference semifinals series.
Now they continue to unravel publicly with Game 4 just around the corner.
Earlier today, Players View ran comments from Knicks center Tyson Chandler regarding his opinion on the Knicks lack of ball movement.
In that piece, Chandler put it all the way out there that...
After shooting 35 percent and scoring only 71 points during game 3 against the Pacers, the New York Knicks find themselves looking in the mirror yawning for an identity on the court as they approach game 4 tonight.
While everyone was showering their special lady for Mother’s Day, Tyson Chandler was busy watching tapes, and vocalizing what he feels is the issue with the Knicks,...
New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler know why his team is struggling against the Indiana Pacers.
The Knicks are down by a game in their Eastern Conference semifinals series.
Chandler, who won a championship as part of the Dallas Mavericks, knows how to get it done.
He told the New York Daily News that ball control is the key.
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The offense of the New York Knicks has gone cold lately.The Knicks suddenly find themselves down 2-1 to the Indiana Pacers “I watched the tape myself and there’s open looks,” Chandler said after practice Sunday. “We have to be willing passers. You have to sacrifice yourself sometimes for the betterment of the team, for the betterment of your teammates. So when you drive in...
Let’s be honest, the New York Knicks were looking way beyond Indiana Pacers when the series began. They had no idea how difficult, nor how good they were as a team. Through the first three games, with the exception of one freakish quarter in Game 2, the Pacers have easily outplayed the earlier favored Knicks. Carmelo Anthony is struggling on offense, and doesn’t appear interested...
Tweet The Indiana Pacers did a masterful job containing the New York Knicks offense in game three of their second round series, holding the Knicks to just 71 points on 35% shooting overall. Knicks center Tyson Chandler, who is averaging seven points and four rebounds but only getting 3.7 shot attempts per game in the [...]
New York Knicks forward Carmelo Anthony has responded to comments made by teammate Tyson Chandler insinuating that the team was playing selfishly on offense."I really don't want to go back and forth about that because I really don't know exactly what he was talking about. But if he feels that way, we're about to get together right now. We'll discuss that amongst...
Carmelo Anthony was unaware and confused by the critical comments Tyson Chandler made following the Knicks Game 3 loss to the Pacers in which he called out the team for not sharing the ball enough and playing too much as individuals.
According to the NY Post:
After Monday’s early practice, Anthony said, “I don’t want to go back and forth with that. I don’t know exactly what...
Knicks guard J.R. Smith claims his poor play is the reason the team is down 3-1 in its series against the Pacers, saying, "I have to play more efficient ... It’s unacceptable."
New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony said Monday that he will have a private talk with Tyson Chandler over comments the center made on Sunday, when he said the team was playing selfishly on offense. “I really don’t want to go back and forth about that because I really don’t know
Carmelo Anthony said he would have a behind-closed-doors meeting with teammate Tyson Chandler about the defensive stalwart’s recent comments. Regarding the Knicks’ offensive strategy, Chandler had told reporters, “You have to sacrifice yourself sometimes for the betterment of the team,” insinuating New York had to be more willing passers. Hopefully that private conversation...
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Avery Bradley and Tyson Chandler received what they deserve on Monday.
Bradley, who finished with 1.3 steals per game, was the vocal point of the Boston Celtics 2012-13 season. The two-year guard has been noted as one of the best on-ball defenders in the game, and was respectively honored with his first All-Defensive Team homage.
A few final things to yell about heading into Knicks/Pacers tonight
1. REBOUND! – Don’t go down to the Pacers in a wave of second chance points. Somebody get a body on Roy Hibbert and Lance Stephenson. Tyson Chandler is a leader in the locker room so if he wants to talk to the press about his teammates in a critical way…fine…but just back up those words on the court.