The Knicks have been a welcoming and pleasant surprise to the NBA season. The team plays hard, hustles and tries on defense game in and game out. Sure, they are not the most talented players and sure there are questions about the roster and salaries given out to players but there is a different vibe … Continue reading Evaluating the New York Knicks a quarter way through the NBA season
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The NBA season is barely two weeks old. The sample size is small, yes but at the current moment, the New York Knicks look like a competent basketball team. A team that may actually be competitive in the Eastern Conference playoff race as opposed to the race for a top five draft pick. When Phil … Continue reading Believe it or not.. The Knicks may actually be good
The ongoing saga and toxic relationship between the Knicks and Carmelo Anthony has reached it's end today. Carmelo Anthony waived his no trade clause and accepted a deal to be traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder. The Thunder were one of four teams Anthony was willing to waive his no trade clause too. The Cleveland … Continue reading Carmelo Anthony accepts trade to the Oklahoma City Thunder
Written by: Mike Ryan Twitter: @mikey_ryan11Twitter: @wingspansports (click the name and give us a follow, we follow back.)A look ahead to the New York Knicks season can be described as painful to most who root for the Knicks. The Knicks have a loyal fan base but have been let down so many times before, it's … Continue reading New York Knicks: A look ahead to the next season
Written by: Mike RyanWilly Hernangomez was a bright spot for a Knicks unit that finished with the 7th worst record in the NBA season. Hernangomez, a rookie second round pick from the 2015 draft, became a significant role player with the Knicks last season and became a starter down the stretch. The 6’11 240 pound … Continue reading What can the Knicks expect from Willy Hernangomez next season?
Jeff Hornacek to maintain his job as head coach for the New York Knicks next season according to a report from the NY Post. Despite a 27-41 record, Hornacek will return to the bench. The Knicks which began the year with a 14-10 record and were third in the Eastern Conference have played to 13-31 … Continue reading Jeff Hornacek job security reportedly safe; Phil Jackson won’t fire him