Lamar Odom: The Face of the 2014-15 New York Knicks

With just hours left of their season remaining, the Knicks signed Lamar Odom for the “rest” of the year. Such a deal also included a team-option for the forward to remain on board next season as well. Odom, who did not appear in an NBA game all of this past season, made a pro-rated amount […]

Some Knicks Links Following (Meaningless) Win Against Nets

Though the Knicks will miss the NBA postseason for the first time in three seasons, the team still had enough time to play spoiler a bit in the regular season. By defeating the Nets in Brooklyn by a score of 109-98 on Tuesday night, New York prevented the “home” team from securing the Eastern Conference’s […]

Knicks Display a Certain Assertiveness Against Bulls to Earn Victory

Following Sunday night’s game against the Bulls, each and every Knick stood tall with a positive plus/minus highlighting their stat-line. In a perfect world, what does that equal, exactly? More often than not, it results in a victory, and that’s just what the Knicks got. Despite a lethargic first quarter after which New York found […]

Knicks Eliminated; What Will Next Season Be Like?

With an impressive win by the Hawks over the Heat on Saturday night, Atlanta secured themselves the Eastern Conference’s eighth and final playoff spot, thus eliminating the Knicks as well. With that, realization that this season was a complete and utter failure by New York has come. There will be no squeezing into the playoffs […]

The New York Knicks Continue to Play the Waiting Game

As the Knicks have attempted to heat things up over the last few weeks in hopes of keeping their postseason chances alive, the increased presence of Amar’e Stoudemire down the stretch has been continuously praised. On Friday night, the man otherwise known as STAT continued to ensure his impact was felt by pouring in a […]

The Magic Number (For the Atlanta Hawks) Is Now Down to Two

The season, as they know it, will potentially come crashing down on the New York Knicks by the end of play on Friday. Following a surprising loss to the floundering Pistons on Tuesday night, the Atlanta Hawks looked to be headed down a similarly frustrating path on Wednesday. Falling behind the Celtics early, the team […]

Howard Stern Criticizes Jeff Van Gundy For Recent Comments at Knicks Game

On Tuesday night, the Atlanta Hawks suffered a surprising 102-95 loss to the Detroit Pistons, thus otherwise keeping the Knicks’ playoff hopes alive for the time being. Still, with momentum not exactly on their side, the opportunity for the Knicks to propel past Atlanta and break into the postseason is a slim one at best. […]

What Does Larry Brown Know About Achieving Success With the Knicks?

On Monday, hall of fame NBA head coach (and former coach of the Knicks) Larry Brown appeared on an SiriusXM radio show and spoke out about the team’s recent struggles. Having mentored current New York head coach Mike Woodson while he was an assistant on Coach Brown’s staff in both Philadelphia and Detroit, the latter […]

Knicks Lose to Heat Despite J.R. Smith’s Record Day

According to the NBA Standings (which positioned the Knicks one game behind the Hawks, two in the loss column, for the Eastern Conference’s eighth and final playoff spot heading into Sunday), New York is fighting for its postseason life right now. Unfortunately, they didn’t look like it much on Sunday in Miami. Though Carmelo Anthony […]

Is Momentum in J.R. Smith’s Favor as Knicks Eye Playoffs?

Heading into Friday night's game against Suns, the Knicks are sitting anxiously just a game and a half behind the Atlanta Hawks and the Eastern Conference's eighth & final playoff spot. With a win in Phoenix, they'll be just a mere game away going into the weekend. Without Al Horford to help lead the way, […]

Knicks Lose to Lakers As Playoff Hopes Take a Hit

Matched up against a motley crew of Lakers, full of hungry young guns who continue to look to prove themselves night in and night out, an established Knicks squad looked to be the inferior group. The likes of Carmelo Anthony, Tyson Chandler, Amar'e Stoudemire, and company were no match for a Los Angeles' team led […]

With Phil in Town, World Peace Would Have Remained a Knick

When Phil Jackson was introduced as the Knicks' President of Basketball Operations last week, I found myself wondering if Metta World Peace's career in orange and blue would have ended any differently (or at all, for the matter) if the thirteen-time NBA champion had arrived in the Big Apple any earlier. In addition to winning […]

The Resurrection of Amar’e Stoudemire and the Knicks

In the summer of 2010, Amar'e Stoudemire arrived in the Big Apple and uttered those very words that still ring to be magical for most fans today: "The Knicks are back." While Stoudemire certainly was not LeBron James, Chris Bosh, or any of the other more primed superstars the Knicks were gunning for when they […]

Did Carmelo Anthony Curse At Coach Woodson in Team Huddle?

Following the Knicks' commanding win over the Pacers on Wednesday night (the team's seventh straight), it appeared as though the home team still could not escape some cloud of negativity surrounding them. There were murmurs that Carmelo Anthony and Coach Mike Woodson argued during a late-game timeout. The video below displays the very extent of […]

Have Knicks Fans Gained Any Respect for James Dolan?

With the announcement that thirteen-time NBA champion Phil Jackson is taking over as the Knicks' President of Basketball Operations, there's no doubt that Tuesday morning proved to be a historic day in the team's history. Of course, Jackson's appointment will prove to be all the monumental if he proceeds to put the proper pieces necessary […]