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So last week wasn’t a ton of fun. Thankfully, the New York Knicks found a way to beat the Utah Jazz on Monday, avoiding an empty road trip. Utah is good for some things, after all.
There was a lot of movement in our rankings, what with the injuries and losses piling up, so let’s get to it.
1. Carmelo Anthony (Last: 1) – So Anthony will return from injury tonight against Orlando, and that’s either great or terrible. Whether it’s great or terrible depends solely on how healthy he is. Some players can battle through injuries, but unfortunately Anthony doesn’t seem to be one of them. While some may disagree, I think Healthy Melo is better than No Melo, but No Melo is better than Injured Melo. Injured Melo has proven this season to be a detriment to the team on both ends of the floor. Let’s hope the past few games off have helped him recover to the point where he can be Healthy Melo once again.
2. J.R. Smith (Last: 3) – You won’t find a bigger Tyson Chandler fan than me (well, maybe his...
BEST OF MAXIM
Not sure how this came about, but Carmelo Anthony narrates this new promo for Season 3 of the HBO series, Game of Thrones:
Carmelo Anthony tells reporters he’s playing tonight.
— Al Iannazzone (@Al_Iannazzone) March 20, 2013
Peter A – Knickswag
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The New York Knicks were relieved to see Carmelo Anthony playing like his usual self after he missed some time with an injury. With a sorely depleted frontcourt, they'll likely need Anthony at his best as they continue to pursue the Atlantic Division title.
A home-and-home set against the struggling Toronto Raptors could help their cause, with the first meeting coming in Toronto...
NOT A GOOD LOOK
I guess Knicks guard JR Smith fancies himself somewhat of a fashionista, seeing that he took it upon himself to critique his coach’s choice in outerwear. To be fair to Smith, that is one of the ugliest shirts ever seen on a man. White polka dots on a black shirt are so 2010, and why do they not continue to the upper back portion of Woodson’s top? Even Woodson looks about as impressed...
Marshall Henderson has been one of the most entertaining players throughout the college basketball season, so it’s no surprise that a few players he likes in the NBA are big showmen.
During a news conference Thursday a day ahead of Ole Miss’ first-round NCAA Tournament game against Wisconsin, Henderson revealed that two of his favorite NBA players are notorious celebrators and...
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 [...]
Since our last bench report, the New York Knicks have limped their way to an overall record of 2-2 in the past week. They salvaged one win on their west coast trip from hell, winning in Utah in what will forever be remembered as the “Kurt Thomas” game. They then returned home to the Garden last night and got an expected but nonetheless a much needed win against the dismal Orlando...
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...
Current Standings – New York: 39-26, 3rd in the Eastern Conference (12.5 games behind the Miami Heat, 1.5 games behind the Indiana Pacers), 1st in the Atlantic Division (Leading the Brooklyn Nets by one game). Orlando: 18-50, (35 games behind the Miami Heat), 4th in the Southeast Division (35 games behind the Miami Heat).
Previous Meeting - The New York Knicks defeated the Orlando...
You win, it was J.R. Smith.
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