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The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team.
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Stephon Marbury says he doesn't believe Amar'e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony can win together. He also had some interesting things to say about the Knicks' ownership.
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Marbury, who had a tumultuous time with the Knicks and now plays for the Beijing Ducks, believes the Carmelo Anthony-Amar'e Stoudemire pairing will never work in New York.
Previously on That NBA Lottery Pick, we mentioned that New York Knicks star Carmelo Anthony was in Thailand with his wife, LaLa.Well, Carmelo has continued his jet-setting ways in the past week. Check out this picture from the folks over at Beyond The Buzzer of Melo chillin' in a cabana in Puerto Rico:For the third straight year, Anthony was on the island to do press for his...
The New York Knicks have their fair share of critics and you can count amongs them former All Star Stephon Marbury who does not like what he sees in his former team. Marbury in particular doesn’t see any potential with the pairing of Carmelo Anthony and Amare Stoudemire. When asked if the pair could “thrive” [...]
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The visions that Knicks fans had of the Larry O’Brien trophy over a year ago when the team signed Amar’e Stoudemire and then acquired Carmelo Anthony have all but disappeared. After more than a season of sub-.500 ball together, it’s starting to look like the Knicks need more than just ‘Melo and Amar’e to contend for a title. In fact, many wonder if they will have to get...
Last week, New York Knicks star Amare Stoudemire was promoting his new book series called "Home Court" at Saks Fifth Avenue in the city.Check out the behind-the-scenes of the interview provided by the folks over at Knicks Now:(Courtesy of Beyond The Buzzer)
For those of you who wanted to know about Stephon Marbury's thoughts about the New York Knicks current duo of Amare Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony, Marbury recently revealed his thoughts in an interview with ESPN New York. When asked by ESPN writer Ian Bagley about the combo, Stephon stated that he didn't believe the two players complimented each other well in a basketball...
But it definitely must be a change of scenery for Amare, cause he don’t get that kind of love in NYC.
Former Knicks’ guard and current TV analyst for MSG, Walt “Clyde” Frazier, had some opinions to lend about the current state of the New York Knicks and one of those opinions involves Carmelo Anthony becoming more like LeBron James.
The belief is that Carmelo needs to become more of a two-way player, or a jack of all trades, much like LeBron James has been in Miami, or even...
Shawne Williams wanted to play in New York next season. The Knicks don't appear to want him though. While he's been able to step out and stretch defenses some from his post playing position in the NBA, New York is looking for more of a traditional big to bring off the bench in support of Stoudemire.
Traditional in the sense that those bigs are looking to bang, rebound...
He was supposed to be the next Dirk, but Dark Milicic was the next big bust instead. The #2 overall pick of the 2003 NBA Draft, sandwiched between LeBron James and Carmelo Anthony, has bounced around the league for the majority of his career, and amnestied most recently by the Timberwolves. Now, the Boston Celtics [...]
Now that the season is nearly upon us, and the roster is almost completely set, let’s look at what we have.
The Knicks are a deep team with a couple of All-Stars and solid role players. Here’s how I think they stack up. Please note that, while my choice for #1 was easy, I view many other players as nearly equal, and I believe that every player on this roster can contribute...
Between the Denver Nuggets abusing the New York Knicks front office during the Carmelo Anthony blockbuster trade to turning Raymond Felton to Andre Miller, not to mention all the picks, and of course joined to D-12 trade talks to snag Andre Iguodala, there stood one man. One man who stood behind the quiet cunning [...]