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Knicks triangle memes already out in full force

The Knicks looked pretty good on Thursday when they went into Cleveland and spoiled LeBron James’ homecoming with a 95-90 road win. But just because they played well doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun with them. While the game was going on, plenty of folks on the internet were cracking jokes about the...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Knicks guard Jose Calderon out at least 2 weeks

New York Knicks point guard Jose Calderon is expected to miss 2 weeks with a strained calf muscle. Derek Fisher expects the guard to be back in “in a few weeks”. Calderon missed the final two preseason games after being injured October 20th. Calderon’s absence means an increased role for guard Shane Larkin, who has been starting in is place to start the season. The post Knicks...
Via Basketball Bicker
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Cavs vs Knicks Behind the Box Score: Not the start we were hoping for

New York Knicks: 95 Cleveland Cavaliers: 90 [Box Score] Post-Game Writing Music: Mark Lanegan Band – “Phantom Radio” The emotion was palpable. That’s not even the right word for it. As the cameras moved in on LeBron’s face before the game, you could read every last emotion he was feeling. The heightened empathy could move anyone caught off guard to tears. The start of this...
Via Waiting For Next Year
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New York Knicks: Derek Fisher Should Start Pablo Prigioni

(October 22, 2014 – Source: Alex Goodlett/Getty Images North America) New York Knicks: Derek Fisher Should Start Pablo Prigioni By Mike Elworth: Owner and Publisher/Hoopstuff… In games 1 and 2 for the NY Knicks, with Jose Calderon injured Derek Fisher has started young scorer Shane Larkin at point guard. I am a fan of Shane Larkin and he can be an excellent sixth man, but...
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Knicks 95, Cavs 90 – Game Recap

What a difference a night makes. After getting absolutely shellacked by the Bulls in their season opener, the Knicks went into a hostile, playoff-like environment and rained on LeBron’s homecoming parade. Here are our top takeaways from the game: - Tonight’s first quarter run was even shorter than yesterday’s. Carmelo Anthony knocked down his first three shots, giving the...
Via Turn On The Knicks
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Quincy Acy posterizes Anderson Varejao off his own miss

Quincy Acy had a solid game for the New York Knicks before fouling out in the fourth quarter. The journeyman player had many scrappy plays but none bigger than his hustle play that led to a dunk over Cleveland Cavaliers big man Anderson Varejao. During a broken play, Acy tipped the ball off the backboard on an attempted putback and then followed up his miss with a dunk over Varejao...
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Larkin at the point for Knicks with Calderon out 2-3 weeks

  New York Knicks starting point guard Jose Calderon is expected to miss at least two weeks with a sprained right calf. Calderon, who was acquired in a June trade from Dallas as part of the deal for Tyson Chandler, underwent an MRI in New York on Thursday. Coach Derek Fisher hopes to have Calderon back ''in a few weeks.'' Fisher said Calderon's absence will allow...
Via AP on Fox
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Cavs-Knicks halftime dribbles

CLEVELAND -- Random dribbles from halftime of the Cavaliers' opener vs. the New York Knicks. The Cavs are clinging to a 44-42 lead: 1. Not surprisingly, the Cavs looked nervous, timid and sloppy. Not surprisingly, LeBron James was the ring leader in that area. LeBron is struggling shooting and just generally looked out of sorts. He has four points on a miserable 1-of-9 shooting...
Via Fox Sports Ohio
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WATCH: Cavs intro in LeBron James’ first game back was wild

The Cleveland Cavaliers made a huge production for LeBron James’ first game back with his old team, and they really blew the house down with their show. For pregame introductions prior to the game against the New York Knicks, they had a hype video featuring the players on the team. They gave LeBron an orange...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Knicks G Calderon out 2-3 weeks

CLEVELAND (AP) New York Knicks starting point guard Jose Calderon is expected to miss at least two weeks with a sprained right calf. Calderon, who was acquired in a June trade from Dallas as part of the deal for Tyson Chandler, underwent an MRI in New York on Thursday. Coach Derek Fisher hopes to have Calderon back ''in a few weeks.'' Fisher said Calderon's absence...
Via AP on Fox
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Unafraid of hyperbole, LeBron proclaims Cavs opener ‘one of biggest sports events ever’

LeBron James understandably is pretty excited, pumped up, anxious — you name it — about Thursday night’s season-opening game that pits his Cleveland Cavaliers against the New York Knicks. The game, after all, is at home, inside the friendly confines of Quicken Loans Arena. With all the hype and anticipation that was set in motion...Read More The post Unafraid of hyperbole...
Via Sportress of Blogitude
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This Derrick Rose Cake Is Sadder Than A Derrick Rose Injury

Yep, this cake is being sold for $21 at a Chicago grocery store (H/T @emorelos17) pic.twitter.com/Yt4NsezlVe — darren rovell (@darrenrovell) October 30, 2014 Who knows how long either of Derrick Rose’s knees will hold up this season, but for now he’s back, and, thanks to the New York Knicks being the New York Knicks, only Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Knicks Jose Calderon To Miss 2-3 Weeks With Calf Injury

The New York Knicks will be without point guard Jose Calderon for 2-3 weeks after an MRI revealed a calf strain. An MRI to Jose Calderon's right calf today confirmed a strain. He is expected to miss 2-3 weeks. — NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) October 30, 2014 Calderon had been hobbled by a calf injury late in the preseason, missing the last two exhibition games. He was initially...
Via Thacover2
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Knicks Jose Calderon To Miss 3-Weeks With Calf Injury

The New York Knicks will be without point guard Jose Calderon for 2-3 weeks after an MRI revealed a calf strain. An MRI to Jose Calderon's right calf today confirmed a strain. He is expected to miss 2-3 weeks. — NBA New York Knicks (@nyknicks) October 30, 2014 Calderon had been hobbled by a calf injury late in the preseason, missing the last two exhibition games. He was initially...
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Amare Stoudemire helps Taylor Swift throw down two-handed slam dunk

Yesterday, we noted that debut of a in-arena video for the New York Knicks which showed Amare Stoudemire singing with “Shake it Off” with Taylor Swift. Earlier today, there is more video of Amare hanging out with Taylor during the video shoot as he helped T-Swift throw down a two-handed jam with some assistance: T-Swift just sucked the gravity right out of the building! ***...
Via That NBA Lottery Pick
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New York Knicks: defensive preview

Last season, the New York Knicks defense was lackluster at best. Ranked against every single defense in the league, they finished 24th. Only nine teams gave up a higher scoring percentage than the Knicks and they also ended the season with a dismal record of 37-45, bad for even an Eastern Conference team. One of the reasons the Knicks struggled so badly on that side of the ball was...
Via isportsweb.com
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Phil Jackson Says Knicks Not Ready for Showtime

Phil Jackson must be preparing to limit the expectations for his Knicks, because he made some interesting comments after Wednesdays 24 point blowout loss to the Chicago Bulls. “Not ready for showtime, were we guys?” the Knicks president said to reporters before getting into the passenger seat of his SUV. Afterward, Jackson was asked how long he thought it would take for the Knicks...
Via BlackSportsOnline
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Phil Jackson: Knicks ‘not ready for showtime’

Knicks president Phil Jackson says his team isn’t “ready for showtime” following New York’s 24-point season-opening loss to the Chicago Bulls late Wednesday night. “Not ready for showtime, were we guys?” Jackson said, via ESPNNewYork.com. The Knicks made just 37 percent of their shots and allowed Chicago to score 42 points in the paint. “When we stopped competing...
Via Sports-Glory
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Bulls Spoil Home Opener For Knicks

The New York Knicks opened the season with a convincing lost last night to the Chicago Bulls 104-80. New York struggled the whole night on offense while their  defense couldn’t stop no one on the opposing team. The Triangle offense looked like a work in progress at times with players looking lost on the floor and just jacking up shots cause the shot clock was running out. Derek...
Via Basketball Bicker
14 hours ago  |  Discuss

New York Knicks City Dancers Hit Jack Doyle’s After Opening Night

Last night the New York Knicks City Dancers went to our favorite local spot–Jack Doyle’s–to celebrate the beginning of the season. It was a nice...
Via COED
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Gameday Live: Cavs vs. Knicks

Welcome to Cavaliers Gameday Live! Opponent: New York Knicks TV: TNT, FOX Sports Ohio pregame and postgame Gametime: 8 p.m. *** If chat does not immediately appear, refresh your browser *** CHAT BURST TWEETS
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Marc Gasol interested in Knicks?

Memphis Grizzlies center Marc Gasol is playing for a contract this season, and he got the year off to a strong start with 32 points and nine rebounds in a win over the Minnesota Timberwolves on Wednesday night. Gasol, 29, is expected to be one of the top free agents on the market before the...Read More
Via Larry Brown Sports
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Derek Fisher: At The Beginning It’s Going to Be Tough to Get Wins

Maybe the Knicks should just tank this season? It isn’t the triangle as much as they don’t have the proper players to run it and until they get rid of them it will be a struggle. Fisher, on team's direction: "We're going somewhere … But at the beginning, it's gonna be tough to get wins." — Chris Herring (@HerringWSJ) October 30, 2014 Fisher says team...
Via BlackSportsOnline
1 day ago  |  Discuss

Bulls 104, Knicks 80 – Game Recap

Thoughts from the Knicks’ forgettable 2014-15 Home Opener: - It feels like a very long time ago, but the Knicks actually got off to a decent start in this game. The Knicks were very active on defense, and offensively they were moving the ball a lot, even if it wasn’t resulting in a bevy of open looks. For a while, it was simply nice to just see the Knicks move the ball and themselves...
Via Turn On The Knicks
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Tony Snell Posterizes Knicks’ Cole Aldrich, Gets And-One

The Chicago Bulls’ Tony Snell Snell is making his mark early in Wednesday’s Bulls opener vs. the Knicks. Snell posterized Cole Aldrich on a dunk in the fourth quarter, also getting the foul call. [@_MarcusD_] The post Tony Snell Posterizes Knicks’ Cole Aldrich, Gets And-One appeared first on Diehardsport.
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