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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 Magic. This past week the Knicks also had to battle with injuries, like they always do, having to play without the likes of Amar’e Stoudemire, Tyson Chandler, and up until last night, Carmelo Anthony. So once again, it was up to a lot of the bench players to step up and contribute in order to pick up some of the slack.
Most Productive Bench Player: J.R. Smith- For the second straight week, Smith comes in as our most productive bench player, and for good reason. Smith continues to not only balance between having to be the Knicks main contributor off the bench, but also being the Knicks main scorer period. W...
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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...
The Big Leagues In fairness, it is the worst shirt in all of human history.
The Knicks wouldn’t have defeated the Jazz Monday night without the efforts of Kurt Thomas. Sure, he only scored six points and injured himself after playing a season high 26 minutes, but at the age of 40, his heart and hustle was used as motivation for the rest of the team. Still, no matter how old he gets, his post defense is not to be ignored and the elbow jay is automatic...
The New York Knicks continue to face significant blows to their roster. The latest to join the list of the injured are Tyson Chandler and Kurt Thomas, according to Newsday.The team announced on Tuesday that a MRI revealed a small, bulging disk in his neck. He will take the next week off to recover. For the season, the All-Star is averaging 10.7 points on an extremely efficient 64...
You win, it was J.R. Smith.
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J.R. Smith tweeted out this picture of Mike Woodson on the Knicks’ team plane and I’m at a loss of words…. Doesn’t this look like something Cyndi Lauper or Madonna was wearing in the 80′s? Is it made of silk? Who told him this was a good idea? There are so many questions about his [...]The post Knicks’ Mike Woodson Likes Polka Dots (Photo) appeared first on The NBA Mistress.
Knicks (39-26) vs Magic (18-50)
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After a dreadful West Coast road trip, in which the Knicks dropped as many bodies as games, they managed to avoid a sweep by scoring a win against the Utah Jazz. But it wasn’t all good. After one helluva performance against the Jazz, the warrior that is Kurt Thomas reportedly has a stress fracture in his right foot...
On February 22, I posted an article comparing the advantages of age and experience versus those of youth and athleticism that has been so applicable to the New York Knicks all season. Now, just one month later, it is time to revisit that debate because in the case of the 2012-2013 Knicks it appears that the issue may be more clear.
To refresh your memory, this Knicks team is the...
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...
By, Michael Burke – Knickswag Contributor
The Knicks’ Western Conference road trip couldn’t have gone much worse; from suffering numerous blowouts to being dealt with injury after injury, the Knicks couldn’t catch any breaks throughout the trip.
They finished with a 1-4 record on the trip, but with a 39-26 record on the season, still hold their lead in the...