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Participating in a half court 3-on-3 scrimmage on Monday, New York Knicks forward Amare Stoudemire is destined to play in Game 3 this weekend against the Pacers in Indiana. The 30-year-old Stoudemire was averaging 14.2 points, 5.0 rebounds and 0.7 blocks over 29 games before a cyst burst in his right knee in early March. Long a gimpy bastard, the six-time All-Star and 2007 All-NBA First Team selection underwent the knife to fix the wound and began partaking in full contact practices last Thursday. Knicks head coach Mike Woodson has already confirmed the 6-foot-11, 245 pound Stoudemire will become an … Continue reading →
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This past February, KnicksJournal.com reported exclusively via a source that the Knicks still intend to sign Chris Smith, brother of "Sixth Man of the Year" award winner J.R. Smith.The younger Smith was welcomed into the Knickerbocker family when he played for the team in Summer League, and was poised to compete for a roster spot in training camp. A knee injury forced...
Pacers and Knicks Battle
Since Sunday I have been thinking about this Knicks team and their future in the NBA playoffs. Many Knicks fans are adamant that the Knicks will win this series and challenge the Miami Heat for the ECF title with the right to represent the East in the NBA Finals.
However, there are many fans like myself that are realistic. I understand basketball and what...
J.R. Smith uploaded a photo of a “Bandwagon Transferral Form” intended for fans who have grown sick and tired of rooting for their current team. Knicks fans heckled the Sixth Man of the Year through social media about the Knicks second round Game 1 loss to the Pacers in New York on Sunday afternoon. Fans accused Smith of partying Saturday night and thus having a poor Game...
New York Knicks legend and MSG broadcaster, Bernard King, who also happens to be one of Carmelo Anthony’s favorite Knicks, took to Twitter following New York’s Game 1 loss against the Pacers Sunday to criticize Anthony and encourage him to move the ball and get his teammates involved more
“The Knicks MUST move the ball more and take the open shots – must stop heaving up...
The post Iman Shumpert’s Thunderous Dunk appeared first on Knickswag - A New York Knicks Blog - News, Rumors, and more!.
This is probably a good time to mention that Iman Shumpert and Derrick Rose tore their ACLs on the same day last year.
Shumpert, whose knee injury has healed much faster than Rose’s, showed just how healthy he is on Tuesday. In the second quarter of the Knicks’ game against the Pacers, Shumpert rose up to rebound a miss by Chris Copeland and threw down the putback dunk in one...
One thing that I do know about the New York Post is the fact that they will provide a hilarious headline if the New York Knicks lose a playoff game.
Here is their take on Carmelo Anthony’s poor performance in headline form with a play on words with Cinco De Mayo:
MVP Vote: Post’s headline writer drops hilarious Carmelo line [Bob's Blitz]
It was widely expected that LeBron James would become the first unanimous NBA MVP this season. However, much like when the same was thought about Shaquille O'Neal back in 2000, he came up one vote short.
That one vote went to Carmelo Anthony of the New York Knicks (who came in third behind Kevin Durant and of course LeBron).
Being the curious bunch that we are, the world...
The New York Knicks blew out the Indiana Pacers 105-79 on Tuesday night, evening their second round NBA playoff series at 1-1. Both teams looked wildly different than they did in Game 1, and no one played better than Knicks star Carmelo Anthony.
The 28-year-old Anthony scored 32 points, grabbed nine rebounds, dished out three assists and snagged two steals while adding one sick dunk...
Carmelo Anthony scored 32 points, 16 during a 30-2 New York
onslaught in the second half, the Knicks beat the Indiana Pacers
105-79 on Tuesday night to even the Eastern Conference semifinals
at one game.
Over the past few years, both the New York Knicks and Houston Rockets believe that they got their franchise players in Carmelo Anthony and James Harden. Both played a hefty price tag for the player that they hope will take them to a championship level, and both players have put some pretty big scoring numbers as of late.
If you had your choice at building around...
There are few things that I enjoy more than poster dunks and during tonight’s Pacers/Knicks game two, Carmelo Anthony threw down a rather nasty dunk.
It happened in the third quarter of play as Anthony got past David West and put down a nasty two-handed stuff in the face of Pacers forward Jeff Pendergraph:
JR Smith took aim at some fans following the New York Knicks’ 102-95 loss to the Indiana Pacers in Game 1 of the Eastern Conference semifinals at Madison Square Garden on Sunday night.
Rumors circulated late Saturday/early Sunday that Smith, who by his own admission has partied too much in the past, was out at a club late into the evening.
A tweet sent from The 40/40 Club in New...