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53 years ago today, rookie Wilt Chamberlain became the third player to drop 50 points in an NBA Playoff game, leading his Philadelphia Warriors to a 132-112 victory over the Syracuse Nationals. He went on to dominate the NBA, including putting up ridiculous averages of 50.4 points and 25.7 rebounds in the 1961-62 season. It was a different game then, but an impressive feat nonetheless. It’s because of Chamberlain that we place such an emphasis on the 50-point game, and over the years, we’ve seen numerous 50-point playoff performances. Today, TOK is going to take you back to a dark time for Knicks fans, when Michael Jordan ruled the league.
Don’t be embarrassed Knicks fans, Jordan dropped 50-plus in the playoffs eight different times, including three times against the Cleveland Cavaliers. This wasn’t the first time the Knicks fell victim to a 50-point game in the playoffs either. Boston’s Sam Jones put up 51 on them during the 1967 Eastern Division Semifinals.
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Knicks Sign Kenyon Martin For Remainder Of Season — bit.ly/ZNY9wl
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The New York Knicks, on the second-leg of a back-to-back, squared off against the Portland Trail Blazers Thursday night in a game that has the team without Amar’e Stoudemire, Tyson Chandler, and Carmelo Anthony as they are all out with injuries. Despite being short-handed, the athletic J.R. Smith split the Blazers’ defense – and Damian [...]The post J.R. Smith’s Powerful...
The New York Knicks are dealing with knee problems to three of their key players, but J.R. Smith is more concerned about another part of the body as the team continues to stumble towards the back end of a five-game road-to-ruin swing.
"We got to checkout our heart right now," said the Knicks guard. "We either got to compete or pack up and go home. It's just that...
By, Charles R. Trimble III – Knickswag Contributor
Sometimes it seems like the Knicks are a cursed franchised. Despite coming close, they have not won a championship in 40-years. Bernard King’s injury, numerous Game 7 heartbreaks, unfortunate suspensions and then to add insult to injury, having to witness former coach Pat Riley build a dynasty in Miami!
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Not surprisingly, Tyson Chandler sat out the Knicks game against the Portland Trail Blazers last night. He suffered a knee contusion on Wednesday night and is still nursing that injury. The injury on Wednesday looked far more severe than a contusion, but fortunately diagnostics came back negative.ESPN New York said Chandler was originally listed as probable for Thursdays game...
Former New York Knicks legend Patrick Ewing will join the MSG Network later this month to do post game analysis for the Knicks according to the MSG Networks twitter account. The tweet reads:
BREAKING! @nyknicks legend PATRICK EWING will join our broadcast for #Knicks postgame coverage on 3/20 and 3/31 (cc: @alanhahn @altrautwig)
— MSG Networks (@MSGNetworks) March 13, 2013
By, Kenneth Teape – Knickswag Contributor
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Knicks vs. Trail Blazers: TNT, MSG 10:30PM
The Knicks have a quick turnaround after the dismantling they received at the hands of the Nuggets Wednesday night with a game in Portland against a young Blazers team. This is most likely the most winnable game of the road trip for the Knicks and if they want to head...
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Carmelo Anthony recently missed four games with a sore right knee.
Carmelo Anthony's return to Denver didn't go as planned and neither has the start of his team's road trip.
Now the Knicks will have to try to get back on track without their All-Star forward.
With Anthony headed back to New York, the Knicks will try for their first win on a five-game trip Thursday night when they face the Portland Trail Blazers.
Anthony, making his...
Current Standings - New York: 38-23, tied for 2nd in the Eastern Conference (with the Indiana Pacers), 1st in the Atlantic Division (leading the Brooklyn Nets by 2 games) Denver: 43-22, 5th in the Western Conference (trailing the San Antonio Spurs by 6 games), 2nd in the Northwest Division (trailing the Oklahoma City Thunder by 4.5 games)
Previous Meetings - Knicks won 112-106...
Damian Lillard had 26 points and 10 assists to lead the Trail Blazers to a 105-90 victory over the Knicks on Thursday night, outplaying New York guard Raymond Felton in his return to Portland.
LaMarcus Aldridge had 22 points and 10 rebounds and Nicolas Batum added 18 points for Portland, where Felton drew the ire of fans during a disappointing stint last season.
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