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What changes would you make to the New York Knicks rotation, if any?
Joe Caporoso - It is apparent at this point that some kind of change needs to be made and back spasms holding out Pablo Prigioni of tonight’s game against Golden State could be the impetus that allows it to occur. I’d slide Iman Shumpert to the starting two-guard and Chris Copeland in as the starting small forward. He has been productive in limited minutes and deserves a longer look down the stretch.
My second line would be built around Jason Kidd, JR Smith and Amare Stoudemire with Kenyon Martin, Steve Novak and Marcus Camby working in as situational players depending on the match-up. Eventually the most effective combination with shake out and Mike Woodson could set...
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Raymond Felton: Overall it was a good game for Felton. He shot 40% from the field, scoring 14 points, including two big three pointers. What impressed me about Raymond was his ability to drive to the basket. Unfortunately for the Knicks, he is the only guard on their roster who can put his head down and aggressively drive to the hoop. What didn’t impress me about Ray was his shooting...
Rasheed Wallace's season is over.
The New York Knicks forward is out eight weeks with a broken foot that will require season-ending surgery, according to the New York Times' Howard Beck. This is a real-life blow -- not a fantasy one.
Wallace, at 38, no longer was the fantasy force of the past. In 20 games, he averaged 7.2 points, 4.2 rebounds and .8 blocks while playing...
Knicks guard and professional charmer J.R. Smith has been put on blast in social media recently, thanks to a rather direct approach to scoring with an 18-year-old high school student. Did that exchange come across as a bit shallow? Certainly. Which is why J.R. took it upon himself to release a cheat sheet for would-be athlete lovers — highlighting the importance of always being...
The New York Knicks did us all a favor this season by signing Rasheed Wallace, because we should always have his crazy ass involved in the NBA forever and ever until the world ends. Interestingly enough, the apocalypse will be David Stern’s fault, but that’s not related to today’s news. Namely, that Wallace’s season is over.The Knicks are optimistic that Wallace, who is now...
Current Standings – New York – 3rd in the Eastern Conference (7.0 games behind Miami), 1st in the Atlantic Division (1.5 games ahead of Brooklyn) Golden State – 6th in the Western Conference (11.5 games behind San Antonio), 2nd in the Pacific Division (7 games behind the Los Angeles Clippers).
Previous Meeting – Going back to last season, the Knicks lost on the road, 92-78...
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If you missed Steph Curry last night, you missed one of the NBA’s all-time great shooting exhibitions. Curry shot 18 of 28 from the field, including in insane 11 of 13 from 3.
That “Phantom” video from the NBA gives you a nice look at the prettiest jumper in the NBA. It’s absolutely perfect form. And last, there was almost nothing the Knicks could do to stop it…...
Warriors 105 Knicks 109
Tonight was an instant classic at MSG. If you like basketball, this game was for you. The Warriors Stephen Curry put on a 3-point show, while the Knicks Tyson Chandler cleaned the glass all night. In the end, Steph Curry and his Warriors could not get past the Knicks tough defense in the closing minutes of the game. New York forced 2 key turnovers...
Mount Carmel (Ill.) junior defensive lineman Enoch Smith Jr., visited Purdue for junior day Sunday and recaps the visit inside.
Due to Amar’e Stoudemire’s recent knee surgery, the NY Knicks medical and coaching staffs have agreed to cap the forward’s playing time at 30 minutes per game for the remainder of the season.
“Thirty minutes is his max and whatever damage he does in those 30 minutes, he’ll be out there doing it,’’ Woodson said. “I can’t go over 30 for his sake as far as physical...
The New York Knicks overcame a performance from an opposing guard at the top of his game before facing one who is clearly not at the moment.
Washington Wizards point guard John Wall had a strong showing the last time he faced the Knicks, but he's enduring some major woes heading into Friday night's matchup at the Verizon Center.
New York (34-20) won 109-105 at home over...