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The New York Knicks look to extend their winning streak to six tonight when the Memphis Grizzlies come to Madison Square Garden. Here is what to watch for
Current Standings – New York: 43-26, 2nd in the Eastern Conference (12.5 games behind Miami, 1st in Atlantic Division (2.5 games ahead of Brooklyn). Memphis: 47-23, 5th in Western Conference (.5 games behind Los Angeles Clippers)
Injury Update – New York: Rasheed Wallace (out, foot), Amare Stoudemire (out, knee), Tyson Chandler (questionable, knee/neck), Kurt Thomas (out, foot) Memphis: Marc Gasol (out, stomach)
Previous Meeting - The Knicks suffered their first loss of the season after a 6-0 start at the hands of Memphis, 105-95 way back on November 16th…shattering the Knicks completely realistic hopes of a perfect season.
What’s at Stake – New York is still battling for seeding towards the top of the Eastern Conference and trying to hold off the Brooklyn Nets from catching them in the Atlantic Division. Memphis could swing anyw...
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Chandler expected to miss Memphis and talks about sensation into his shoulder, which ain’t good. nyp.st/10NFvHr
— Marc Berman (@NYPost_Berman) March 27, 2013
Is this injury another clandestine act by the New York Knicks to hide the real extent of the Tyson Chandler bulging disc? This is something that makes all Knicks fans nervous. From Amar’e, Sheed, Melo and now Tyson, the...
After undergoing yet another knee surgery, Amare Stoudemire's rehab has gone well. So well, in fact, that the former All-Star may be able to return to the Knicks lineup sometime during the playoff. Stoudemire underwent arthroscopic knee surgery earlier in the month. Jared Zwerling of ESPN New York says Stoudemire's rehab has gone well and while there is no timetable...
Tyson Chandler, and his son, Tyson Chandler II, are featured in April’s edition of GQ Magazine where the Knicks center dishes on his previous style, his current “Gotham City” look, and the next big thing: sweatpants with blazers.
The New York Knicks are known for hosting a number of fashionable men, including JR Smith, Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony. However Tyson Chandler is ready to put the world on notice that he too has a bit of GQ style in him as well.
In GQ’s April issue, the NY Knick baller showcases his love for fashion, while dishing on his home life and how to make different textures...
The New York Knicks are currently riding a five-game winning streak, revamping confidence in the team once again this season. It’s been an up and down roller-coaster for these Knicks, and just over a week ago they seemed to be hitting rock bottom with a four-game losing streak. Questions of how Carmelo Anthony would perform after getting his knee drained mixed with the fact Tyson...
Mr. GQ Tyson Chandler has missed the last eight games with a bulging disk in his cervical spine. Tonight the New York Knicks have a game against the Charlotte Bobcats, however the seven-foot center is expected to miss yet another game, while the Knicks are on a season-high seven game winning strike.
Although he was close to playing in the game verse the Boston Celtics, it appears...
Amar'e Stoudmire is encouraged by his progress from knee surgery.
It is easy to brush away the New York Knicks recent four game winning steak because of the competition level. Considering how Utah is bottoming out, all four wins came against teams who won’t be in the playoffs but that shouldn’t diminish the importance of the victories.
The Knicks managed to avoid any let downs despite not having Tyson Chandler available in any of the match...
Setting quite the commanding tone, the Knicks overpowered the Celtics for the secibs time this season in Boston, coming out victorious by a score of 100-85 on Tuesday night.With so many things going their way at TD Garden, it was difficult to be disappointed with the way the Knicks (short-handed without Tyson Chandler, among others) kept up their level of intensity and gritty effort...
The New York Knicks entered tonight’s game on a four game winning streak, which some were writing off because of less than stellar competition. However, despite not having Tyson Chandler again they ran their winning streak to five games with a thorough beating of the Boston Celtics in their own building, 100-85. Yes, they were without Kevin Garnett but Boston is never an easy place...
As a result of the new CBA and Tyson Chandler signing with the Knicks in December of 2011, proverbial wisdom suggested Chris Paul’s infamous toast at Carmelo Anthony’s wedding was just another Knick pipedream. In an effort to curb super-teams, the new CBA forbids sign & trade transactions for teams whose total team salaries are higher than $74,000,000. This number, known...
By Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
Pre-Game News and Notes
Knicks vs. Celtics
The Knicks and Celtics will be facing off for the third time this season and the first time in a five-day stretch tonight in Boston. The Knicks will be focused on accomplishing two things tonight in Boston; winning their fifth straight game and putting more distance between themselves and their...
Kevin Garnett might be out for the next two weeks with ankle inflammation, and Courtney Lee is nursing an ankle sprain of his own that could keep him on the bench for tonight's showdown agains The New York Knicks. The Celtics shooting guard did not participate in this morning's shootaround at TD Garden, which could mean more playing time for newly acquired youngsters Jordan...
The New York Knicks are 10-4 at home against Western Conference opponents and the Memphis Grizzlies are 10-4 on the road against the East.
That's not the only similarity ahead of Wednesday night's matchup at Madison Square Garden between teams that will likely be missing key big men as the Knicks try for a sixth straight victory.
New York (43-26) won 100-85 at Boston on...
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Knicks (42-26) @ Celtics (36-33)
7PM/ET on TNT
Tonight, the Knicks are in Beantown facing a Kevin Garnett and Rajon Rondo-less Celtics team. Meanwhile, the Knicks still have their own injury woes to contend with. Word is, Tyson Chandler will likely miss tonight’s game despite participating in the team’s shootaround this morning. Yet, regardless...