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Madison Square Garden, known for its rich history, tradition and of course the New York Knicks, will be opening its doors for another entertaining year of basketball. The Mecca of basketball, The Garden, which opened in 1968, has been under several renovations the past couple of years. Similar to the historic arena they play in, the Knicks have been under quite the renovation themselves. One can relate the renovation of MSG to the restructuring of the Knicks roster. You don’t want to tamper with the core foundation, further diminishing its vintage character, but instead, enhance the small characteristics.
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Earlier this offseason, Carmelo Anthony made a vow that he was tired of scoring 30 or 40 points on a nightly basis, and now had more of a focus on doing whatever it took to win games. If that took defending and rebounding, and only taking 12 shots, he would do it.
This is admirable for anyone who knows Melo’s game. He shoots a lot, but a lot of the time, he is very good at it...
As I watch Wally give his insightful opinion (preseason)on the knicks players and inside knowledge of a player that has recentlyretired from the NBA game, he brings fresh air to the MSG telecast.
He's the best commentator up there now IMHO .
Of course you heard, the Knicks received good news yesterday. Tyson is day to day with a bruised knee. We can’t explain the importance to health for the 12/13 NY Knicks and it all starts with Tyson. Our minds have been pre-occupied with Amare, Camby, Brewer, Sheed, and Shump. Basically the whole team at some point was injured or held out of practice and games for some reason...
New York Knicks forward Amar'e Stoudemire is getting a second opinion on his injured left knee, the New York Daily News reported Friday. Stoudemire is scheduled to return in 10 to 17 days for a ruptured cyst in the knee. "He could still be back in two weeks, but they don't know," a source told ESPN New York. The Daily News earlier reported that Stoudemire...
The Knicks are optimistic that Tyson Chandler will be ready for the regular season opener against the Nets, but will likely be conservative.
If anyone knows about Linsanity, it's Brooklyn Nets star Deron Williams.
After all, it was a game against the New York Knicks last Feb. 4 when Jeremy Lin finally broke out and started one of the craziest and most fun phenomenons in New York sports history.
Williams was the man Lin outplayed that night and the rest is sports history or — depending on who you talk to — sports...
Brooklyn Nets All-Star Deron Williams said Saturday that Raymond Felton is a better playmaker than the point guard he replaced in New York, Jeremy Lin.
Lin outplayed Williams last Feb. 4 in a stunning performance off the bench, starting a phenomenon that became known as Linsanity. But the Knicks opted not to match the $25.1 million deal Lin signed with Houston, having already completed...
Despite praising Jeremy Lin, Brooklyn Nets floor general Deron Williams contends the New York Knicks upgraded at the point guard position by acquiring Raymond Felton in July. The 24-year-old Lin, who suffered a torn left meniscus in late-March that required … Continue reading →