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With J.R. Smith on his way to the New York Knicks, how will it affect Jeremy Lin and his surging teammates?Click to Continue »
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Yesterday, Chasing 23 contributor Lochpster wrote that Tyson Chandler was the backbone of the New York Knicks. If that’s the case, perhaps we can fill out the rest of the Knicks’ body parts:
Carmelo Anthony, the large intestine: the part of the body that completes the digestive process and whose primary output is waste, without returning anything really productive back to the...
Jeremy Lin, who wants to be a minister when this is all over, raised the Knicks to Seventh Heaven and the .500 mark last night.
No miracles or scoring heroics needed, just solid point-guard play Mike D’Antoni will take every game.
Before a celebrity-studded Garden crowd that included Mike...
In the two weeks that New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin has gone from a fringe NBA player to an international phenomenon and foundation for bad puns, the league’s first American-born player of Taiwanese descent has served as an inspiration to Asian Americans, Ivy Leaguers with hoop dreams, those who believe in the power of faith in a higher power and underdogs in general....
The New York Knicks won their 7th straight game last night with a 100-85 win over the Sacramento Kings. And that graphic above is how the MSG Network decided to celebrate it.See New York, this is why you can’t have nice things. Instead of just letting this great story just happen you have to attempt to be all creative.Via @darrenrovell
Jeremy Lin has ignited a nationwide craze over the past two weeks, as "Linsanity" has spread like wildfire, and the NBA front-office has certainly taken notice. Lin was invited by the league to take part in next weekend's Sprite slam-dunk competition during NBA All-Star weekend in Orlando, according to league sources. The second-year point guard is expected to assist...
We said recently that it was coming down to the Clippers and Knicks, and while L.A. was a MUCH better fit on the court, J.R. Smith is taking his talents to the Big Apple. He tweeted “New York Knicks It Is!” earlier this morning and will be combining with Iman Shumpert, Landry Fields and of [...]
Well for the first time since opening the season at 2-0 the New Orleans Hornets have come out victorious in their past two games to match that win streak. Monday night they stormed to a huge lead then were able to hold off the Utah Jazz late for an 86-80 win. They followed that with a close 92-89 thriller over the Milwaukee Bucks to improve to a mere 6-23 on the season.
Junior catcher Alex DeLeon went 2-for-5 with a three-run double and a total of four RBIs, while sophomore Frank Duncan earned his first collegiate victory as Kansas downed Middle Tennessee, 7-3, to give Ritch Price his 300th victory at KU Friday afternoon at Reese Smith Jr. Field.