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New York Knicks
This is never going to work. The parts don't add up, don't fit together. Two superstars, a great rebounder and a bunch of Linsanity. That's what the New York Knicks should be. Instead, they are two whiners with huge egos, a super-soft coach, and a young point guard, Jeremy Lin, who is confused and hopeless in a toxic environment.
The Chicago Bulls, missing three key players with injuries, beat the Knicks 104-99 on Monday night. It was the toughest team in the league whipping the softest team in the league.
"This town loves guys that put forth effort,'' said Bulls forward Taj Gibson, who fought for every last rebound, getting 13 off the bench.
Meanwhile, Knicks superstars Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e Stoudemire combined for 11.
Afterward, Stoudemire was still moping about no one giving him the ball.
"The ball was coming to me in the third quarter,'' he said. "I was ready from the start of the game to have a phenomenal game, but the ba...
BEST OF MAXIM
Some people ridicule high-profile sports stars for not signing autographs, slapping five with fans and being more personable in general. Those people now have evidence why athletes should be selective as to their interactions with fans. This rude little obnoxious twerp Bulls fan thought he'd impress his fans and the YouTube world by spitting in his hand and giving high-fives...
Just in case the Knicks’ six straight losses weren’t enough to show you Linsanity is done with, here’s some Jeremy Lin merchandise marked for 50 percent off in a Times Square convenience store.
After hopes were running high for the New York Knicks heading into the All-Star break, they have since been shot down after starting the second half of the shortened season 1-5. Moreover, Jeremy Lin’s gaudy numbers have since been brought down to a more realistic, yet respectable 16.8 ppg and 8.1 apg.
The biggest issue concerning the Knicks however is not their point guard. It’s...
THE BEST MEDICINE?
Following the team's sixth-straight loss, Amar'e Stoudemire addressed at least one of the issues behind the team's struggles, saying, "Joking around has to stop at some point."
Linsanity sharing stage with Marbury Madness in China
Last Updated: 4:23 PM, March 1, 2012
Posted: 12:09 PM, March 1, 2012
BEIJING — While Jeremy Lin has become an NBA sensation, Knicks reject Stephon Marbury has been tearing it up on the other side of the world, dominating...
In Monday night's NBA game from Chicago, Bulls guard Derrick Rose thought he had an easy layup after he dribbled past New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin. However, Lin makes a real nice defensive play with a block from behind, showing that he hasn't completely fallen off the face of the earth.
However, Rose got the last laugh as the top scorer in the game with 32 points...
The Knicks' fantastic February is forgotten, replaced by a March meltdown.
They are back to playing the way they were in January, before Jeremy Lin's emergence. New York has lost six in a row for the second time this season and is in danger of missing the playoffs.
Even if they regroup and make the postseason, history indicates they won't be a threat to advance. According...
Please have herpes, please have herpes, please have herpes. Aw, I feel bad for Jeremy Lin and the other New York Knicks who touched the non-germophobe man. [Follow me @TravisHouser]
Had Monday night been the last games played during the regular season in the Association, the New York Knicks would not be heading to the Playoffs after losing their sixth straight contest to the Chicago Bulls by a final tally of 104-99. The Knicks’ loss combined with the third win in a row for the Milwaukee Bucks, have Milwaukee as the eighth seed with New York on the outside...
It's one thing to be the Harvard of the South. It's another thing to be Harvard.
Although there's hardly time this week to break down the subtle and not-so-subtle differences in the classrooms at Vanderbilt and the school that gave us Jeremy Lin, the gap - if there is one - between top SEC and Ivy League basketball talent will be on display Thursday in a second-round...