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There was a time when Rasheed Wallace was considered by some to be the most talented big man in the the NBA. There were several moments during his career when he sure seemed that way. But then, Rasheed Wallace seemingly … Continue reading →
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Rasheed Wallace knows his best days are long behind him, but he's more than comfortable with his bench role on the Knickerbockers.
The Philadelphia 76ers were embarrassed by the New York Knicks — on consecutive nights — but it was Rasheed Wallace who had one of the, if not THE, top play of the game when he hit a buzzer beater to end the third quarter. The Knicks defeated the Sixers 100-88 and Wallace ended with 10 [...]The post Rasheed Wallace’s Buzzer Beater vs Philadelphia 76ers (Video) appeared first...
Here at Menudo Bol, we love Rasheed Wallace and now it seems so does MSG.
Must feel great for Wallace to hear the chants calling for his check in on the court. And in classic Sheed fashion, he drills a 3.
Welcome back Sheed.
NEW YORK — Carmelo Anthony gave a heartfelt pre-game speech to the citizens of New York before the Knicks came out to dominate the world champion Miami Heat.
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The New York Knicks lined up at center court at Madison Square Garden before Friday night's game against the Miami Heat, which was the first NBA game held in New York City since the Hurricane Sandy tragedy. Carmelo Anthony addressed the crowd to thank the fans that came to the game to show their support for the Knicks and acknowledged the lives and families impacted by the tragedy...
Carmelo Anthony heard the news about the New York City Marathon being canceled, then came out to warm up and saw plenty of empty seats at Madison Square Garden.
At that moment, it would've been easy to agree with Dwyane Wade and others, that this wasn't the time to be playing games.
By tip-off, Anthony and the Knicks knew otherwise.
Fans had filled the place, when even...
The New York Knicks (2-0) beat the Philadelphia 76ers (1-1) 100-84, today at Madison Square Garden from New York, NY.
New York starts the season off going 2-0 and it is the very first time they go 2-0 in 13 years and in the 21st century.
The Knickerbockers played great defense once again and their offense managed to score at least 100 points in the first two games of the season...
I don't know to what extent the hurricane has hurt the Knicks City Family, I hope you're all safe and haven't been too inconvienced by the disaster.
Tonight, The Knicks open the season against the Miami Heat, with the Starting Lineups being:
Felton, Kidd, Brewer, Melo and Chandler
Bosh, Wade, James, Chalmers and Battier
After dismantling the world Chump Heat... the make up of this Knick team will not be taking nights off as they have done under past coaches. The depth of this team is plain out scary. Philly has no chance of even making this game competitive. The quality of our bench will keep each starter on their toes.. every night. Rasheed Wallace has been the most overlooked piece of our roster...
NEW YORK -- Carmelo Anthony scored 27 points to lead four New York Knicks in double figures as New York routed the Philadelphia 76ers 100-84 in a Sunday matinee at Madison Square Garden. J.R. Smith scored 20 points, Jason Kidd scored 12 points and Raymond Felton added 11 points for the Knicks, who have trailed just once -- at 2-0 for a 39-seconds span against the 76ers -- in winning...
Nothing that happened at Madison Square Garden last night will compare to the emotion at Shea Stadium on September 21st, 2001. For all his on-the-court heroics, Carmelo (or is it Melo now?) Anthony wasn’t Mike Piazza. Eric Spoelstra wasn’t Bobby Cox; Mike Woodson wasn’t Bobby Valentine and Lebron James wasn’t Chipper Jones. Or, maybe he kind of was. In any event, it would...
The New York Knicks (1-0) beat the Miami Heat (1-1) 104-84, last night at Madison Square Garden from New York, NY.
Carmelo Anthony and rest of the Knicks team told the fans yesterday that hurricane Sandy was a horribe storm that ruined NYC and he also told the fans that we will pull through together as New Yorker's.
Later on, the Knicks dominanted the game against the Heat...