Found November 06, 2012 on
Graphic Don't Lie
According to RealGM, Rasheed Wallace is leading the NBA in PER. The above graphic puts 'Sheed in some pretty nice company, as two of the 4 other featured players won NBA player of the week honors (Jennings and Harden). You'll get 'em next week 'Sheed!
Related: Video: Rasheed Wallace makes NBA comeback tonight, scores a 3 pointer
BEST OF MAXIM
The New York Knicks are off to a great start, beginning 3-0 with double digit wins in all three games.
They are one of three teams left undefeated in the league and have been shutting down opponents on the defensive end and they have been doing so without Iman Shumpert, who was their best perimeter defender last season. Shumpert is currently rehabbing from knee surgery.
Here at Menudo Bol, we love Rasheed Wallace and now it seems so does MSG.
Must feel great for Wallace to hear the chants calling for his check in on the court. And in classic Sheed fashion, he drills a 3.
Welcome back Sheed.
Just one night after defeatd by the New York Knicks and the three ball, the Sixers recorded their second loss of the season. The Sixers lost Monday's game at the Wells Fargo Center to the New York Knicks, 110-88. Yet again, the main problem was the three ball.
The Knicks shot 40.6% from the three point range, and again where led by Carmelo Anthony. Melo led New York with...
Off to the Big Apple to check out the local media contingent covering the NEW YORK KNICKS. Newspaper- The metropolitan area has four major newspapers that covers the Knicks. The New York Times‘ (subscription may be required) sports section includes a dedicated page to pro basketball. Nate Taylor (Twitter) takes the lead on the Knicks beat.
What does Amar'e Stoudemire have in common with the lead actors in the Broadway musical, "Spider-Man: Turn Off the Dark?" They're all injury prone.
But that's not the similarity that has the once-troubled Broadway show slinging more than webs at the MSG network — the New York Knicks home station — according to The New York Post's Page Six.
NEW YORK -- Carmelo Anthony scored 27 points to lead four New York Knicks in double figures as New York routed the Philadelphia 76ers 100-84 in a Sunday matinee at Madison Square Garden. J.R. Smith scored 20 points, Jason Kidd scored 12 points and Raymond Felton added 11 points for the Knicks, who have trailed just once -- at 2-0 for a 39-seconds span against the 76ers -- in winning...
PHILADELPHIA - Carmelo Anthony collected 21 points Monday night as the New York Knicks routed the Philadelphia 76ers for the second straight day, 110-88. Anthony, who had 27 points in Sunday's 100-84 victory over the Sixers in New York, was one of seven Knicks in double figures. That includes 38-year-old forward Rasheed Wallace, who is making an NBA comeback this year after...
After dismantling the world Chump Heat... the make up of this Knick team will not be taking nights off as they have done under past coaches. The depth of this team is plain out scary. Philly has no chance of even making this game competitive. The quality of our bench will keep each starter on their toes.. every night. Rasheed Wallace has been the most overlooked piece of our roster...