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The New York Knicks began the 2012-2013 season hitting on all cylinders from an offensive stand point, which proved to be a key contributor to winning 21 of their first 30 games. The Knicks fed off their torrid offensive start on the defensive end as well, showcasing high energy on both sides of the ball that was contagious throughout the entire team. Behind the NBA’s second leading scorer in Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks seemed to have excellent second, third, and even fourth reliable scoring option between JR Smith’s hot start, Raymond Felton’s determined play, and the thought of Amare Stoudemire itching to return to the court at any moment.
That’s not really the case anymore today, is it? Now, after a mediocre 20-20 record in the last 40 games, Knicks fans find themselves wondering if their is even one reliable scoring option not named Carmelo. Smith’s hot start has evolved into a model of inconsistency, and the same can be said about Felton’s game since his return from a broken p...
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Carmelo Anthony was recently featured in a Wall Street Journal cover story. In the piece, Melo discusses his feelings on the Knicks early season run, what being in New York means, fashion and how his wife Lala is helping him transcend basketball.
On the Knicks breakout run earlier in the season:
“This is what I envisioned, coming to New York,” he says. “This was on my vision...
New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony graces the cover of The Wall Street Journal, for their April 2013 ‘MVP style’ issue. A friend of mine excitedly let me know that her Husband(Carmelo Anthony) was on the cover of Wall Street Journal, so she should be happy to see this post.In his feature, (which focuses on Carmelo’s 3rd season with the New York Knicks) the All-star forward...
J.R. Smith scored 20 points, Raymond Felton had 19 and the short-handed New York Knicks defeated the Utah Jazz 90-83 Monday night, snapping a four-game losing streak.
The Knicks (39-26) dropped games at Golden State, Denver, Portland and the Los Angeles Clippers by an average margin of 20 points, but salvaged the last game of their trip with the gutsy win over the turnover-prone...
With the New York Knicks (38-26) playing without their three highest paid players, Carmelo Anthony, Amare Stoudemire, and Tyson Chandler, the Los Angeles Clippers (46-21) were poised to close this game out early without any challenge. Although the Knicks put up a solid fight for a good portion of the game, Chris Paul and company were simply too good in the end, sending the banged...
With the Knicks missing Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire, it should be no surprise that Knicks/Clippers got lost in the shuffle on NCAA Selection Sunday. Sunday’s Knicks/Clippers NBA regular season game earned a 2.3 overnight [...]
Carmelo Anthony expects to return to the New York Knicks' lineup Wednesday night against the Orlando Magic.
Anthony has missed three straight and six of the last eight games because of right knee trouble. He had fluid drained from the back of the knee after struggling through the two games he did play in during that stretch, and says Wednesday he feels much better now.
The Big Leagues MJ had R. Kelly. The Knicks guard has some dude named Milford Jerome. And it is awesome.
Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler & Kurt Thomas (sprained right foot) are all questionable for tonight at Utah.
— NY_KnicksPR (@NY_KnicksPR) March 18, 2013
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Game time: 7:30 p.m. ETTV: FOX Sports Florida
Carmelo Anthony could be back for the New York Knicks, who have now lost a player who helped them to victory their last time out.
Anthony hopes to return Wednesday night at home when the Knicks will be without Kurt Thomas as they look to complete their first season sweep of the Orlando Magic in 15 years.
Anthony has missed three straight...
By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Post Game Recap
Final Score: Knicks: 90 Jazz: 83
It was a tough trip for the Knicks, who lost the first four games by an average of 20 points and numerous players, but they were able to pull together and get a victory in Utah to end the road trip. It was a much needed victory for the Knicks who will head back to New York with some good...
Current Standings - New York: 38-25, 3rd in the Eastern Conference (11.5 games behind Miami, 1 game behind Indiana), 1st in the Atlantic Division (leading the Brooklyn Nets by 1 game) Los Angeles: 45-21, 3rd in the Western Conference (trailing the San Antonio Spurs by 5.5 games), 1st in the Pacific Division (leading the GoldenState Warriors by 8.5 games)
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