The young guards show fight against the defending champs.
Get well soon, KP. That was my first thought watching this Valentine’s Day abomination at Madison Square Garden, where the Knicks blew a 27-point lead (season-high for the entire NBA) and a 37-point performance from Tim Hardaway Jr. (32 in the first half) to drop their eighth straight game. WHEN THE BLEEDING STARTED: Hardaway had… Read More ›
Seven Ls and counting…
Losses are to be expected in the wake of the devastating ACL injury last week to Kristaps Porzingis. In the meantime, us fans will have to look for hope where we can find it. Last night it came in the debut of Emmanuel Mudiay, who had a double double (14 points, 10 assists) and played most of his… Read More ›
If only we could play the Nets the rest of the season.
Give Enes Kanter an inch and he’ll take a mile’s worth of space in your head.
With the scored tied at 92 late in the fourth, it looked like our beloved Knicks were setting us up for another heartbreaker. Ahead 90-77 with 4:48 remaining, New York gave up a 15-2 run and were desperate to regain the momentum. The refs had swallowed their whistles and allowed the Mavs to administer prison… Read More ›
Sorry Melo, it was either you or us.
Lee takes charge while KP struggles in his return.
Eastern Conference Finals here we come!