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With the New York Knicks reenergized power forward battling a knee ailment, Kenyon Martin is listed as day-to-day and there is no timetable for his return. The 35-year-old Martin, drafted by the New Jersey Nets out of the University of Cincinnati first overall in 2000, has greatly bolstered the Knicks (50-26) depleted frontcourt since joining the squad on February 23. As Amar’e Stoudemire, Rasheed Wallace, Marcus Camby and Tyson Chandler have struggled to remain on the hardwood due to injuries, the 6-foot-9, 240 pound Martin has averaged 7.5 points, 5.4 rebounds and 0.9 blocks in 17 contests as a Knick. … Continue reading →
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Iman Shumpert recently decided to showcase his support for Adidas by shaving their logo into the back of his head, but the new look didn’t last long. Because of NBA rules, Shumpert if left with nothing but a triangle. On Saturday, the New York Knicks forward posted a before and after shot on his Instagram account. “Banned,” the caption read. “(Sorry) @nba didn’t realize...
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On Friday, Knicks player Iman Shumpert debuted a new hairstyle embellishment -- the Adidas logo shaved into the back of his head -- but the NBA made him get rid of it.
By Kenneth Teape
Post Game Recap
Final Score: Wizards: 99 Knicks: 120
It is a great time to be a Knicks fan, the first time a person could say that in a very long time. With the rolling of the Wizards the Knicks did tonight, they run their win streak to 13 games and also clinched their first Atlantic Division title since the 1993-1994 season. The Knicks did it in convincing...
The NBA must have something against swag.
At least, Knicks guard Iman Shumpert probably thinks so. The former McDonald’s All-American showed some creativity with his trademark high-top fade haircut recently, having his barber shave the Adidas logo into the back of his hair. The NBA quickly swooped in and forced Shumpert to shave the logo off, citing league rules. He posted a before...
We’re in the middle of one of the best regular season stretches in the history of New York Knicks basketball. That’s both good and bad, but it’s undeniably true. It’s been a week full of accomplishments, none of which should be taken lightly or just tossed aside and deemed meaningless:
The 12-game winning streak is the third best in team history.
Carmelo Anthony scored 40...
This was a gravy game for the Knicks, I’m not sure anybody expected them to come into Oklahoma City and beat the Thunder. But they have and now consequently have won twelve games in a row. They continue to play their best basketball of the season. This game didn’t disappoint either, the Knicks got a lead in the first quarter and were able to hold it till the fourth. Then it was...
Just wait until J.R. Smith T’s up Joey Crawford. It only a matter of when.