Found December 22, 2011 on
New York Times Sports:
The Knicks have improved, the defending champion Mavericks have not, but in the end, N.B.A. reporter Howard Beck believes that the Thunder and Heat will meet in the finals.
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NY Post - A quadriplegic former Brooklyn high-school basketball star is calling
a foul on the Knicks for slam-dunking disabled fans with a 900 percent
Alanzo George learned from a pal who had been
treating him to floor tickets that courtside spots set aside for people
in wheelchairs at Madison Square Garden soared from around $300 last
Nathaniel Butler/Getty ImagesTyson Chandler is in his comfort zone when he's able to elevate for shots around the basket.
The Knicks enter the season with great expectations, in no small part because of the addition of big man Tyson Chandler.
Exactly how will he make a difference? We take a closer look at the key skills Chandler brings with the help of our Synergy video...
I'm tired of hearing people talk about how I've never dunked a basketball before, but it's fair because I've never actually done so. In my prime I was able to rise up and hit the bottom of the backboard, but that's still not technically dunking.
Nor is what New York Knicks' Carmelo Anthony does when opposing teams have the basketball technically defense either...
Tyson Chandler, in his first game at Madison Square Garden in a Knicks uniform, grabbed 12 rebounds and Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony combined to score 36 points.
The Knicks have a $2.5 million exception to offer free agents.
Carmelo Anthony's defense has drawn plenty of criticism.
By The end, during an extended session of what Marv Albert used to call gar-BAGE time, Tyson Chandler still was moving his feet, still flicking his hands at the basketball, still shaking his fists, still yelling out to his teammates.
It may say something about the way the Knicks have...
Carmelo Anthony had 21 points and eight rebounds, and the New York Knicks tuned up for the NBA season opener by beating the New Jersey Nets 88-82 on Wednesday night.
Former Warriors point guard Baron Davis, not known for sharing the spotlight, grabbed the microphone at November's charity game and handed all the acclaim to Stephen Curry, dubbing him "The Future.