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The New York Knicks are going to limp into the All Star break, and have lost a little focus since racing out to an unbelievable start on the season.
Their head coach is still confident, and according to ESPN New York, Mike Woodson thinks his team can win an NBA title this season. Yes he thinks they can win it all.
“I think we still got a legitimate shot, absolutely. Absolutely,” Woodson said after the Knicks’ 92-88 loss to a 21-32 Toronto team.
“The fact that we’re still sitting at the top of our division and we’re still fighting. We could have lost that a long time ago,” Woodson said.
The Knicks are going to have to rebound and play defense to have any shot of overtaking the heat. I hope the knicks aren’t putting too much pressure on themselves.
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Woody says he expects Wallace to play no more than 9-10 minutes once he returns. “He’ll never be 100 percent,” he said.
— Adam Zagoria (@AdamZagoria) February 4, 2013
From my eyes, the New York Knicks are positioning themselves to make a move in the next 2 weeks. When the All-Star break is over and teams report back to their practice facilities, the New York Knicks will...
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Valentine’s Day is a day of love. It is a day that women can’t wait for and men pretend to like for that special lady.
But last year, something made this day special for all Knicks fans. It was the day that everyone fell in love with Jeremy Lin.
Everyone except maybe Carmelo Anthony, who was out with an injury and wasn’t around for Lin’s success.
On this day one year...
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With the way LeBron James has been performing this season, he’s about to walk away with his fourth MVP award of his career (second consecutive). The Miami Heat have 33 games remaining on their regular season schedule, and unless something drastic happens, you can put LeBron’s name on that trophy.
Melo admits that he’s awed by the historic season LeBron is having...
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