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New York Times Sports:
Jeremy Lin and Jerome Jordan became the first Knicks ever assigned to the D-League on Tuesday, when team officials sent both players to the Erie BayHawks.
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New York Knicks coach Mike D'Antoni believes that injured guard Baron Davis remains on schedule to return to action.
As for a precise date, well, D'Antoni isn't ready to go that far.
"I don't know about this week, but next week, yes," D'Antoni told the New York Post. "He's still on schedule. If that's the third of February, the fifth,...
The New York Knicks are taking it day by day, and minute by minute, with superstar Carmelo Anthony's injured ankle. But getting him back on the court quickly may be wishful thinking.
The Knicks' leading scorer spent the majority of his Sunday getting treatment on his sprained right ankle, the New York Post reported. He told the Post that he started running in a pool, but...
That was quick. Adrian Wojnarowski is reporting that Jeremy Lin is headed for a stint with the Erie Bayhawks, along with Jerome Jordan. Lin apparent failed to impress the Knicks' front office with his 1.8 PPG in five appearances, and with Baron Davis' return looming, Lin looks like a long shot to return. Oh well, it was fun while it lasted...
The Knicks need a productive point guard. Is Baron Davis that player?
This is what you get for $850 million dollars??? Madison Square Garden spent $850 million dollars to renovate the joint, and after taking a leak to drain myself of the $10 Blue Moon's they now serve, I get a broken soap dispenser and a sink with no running water. It was bad enough that I had to watch the Knicks lose to the Phoenix Suns, who had dropped five straight before...
The only solace to another horrific Garden evening is maybe Steve Nash will be doing this for the Knicks next season and not against them.
Sore-wristed Carmelo Anthony could not have been more awful and Amar’e Stoudemire wasn’t much better. Anthony did not speak afterward. A team official...
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The Phoenix Suns snapped their 5-game losing streak as they defeated the New York Knicks at Madison Square Garden. Paul Coro discusses the game.