The New York Knicks’ nearly-completed tire fire of a season has brought a few issues back into the daily discourse. With Carmelo Anthony approaching unrestricted free agency, one of those is the almost 3-year-old deal the Knicks made to bring Anthony here in the first place. It was a deal big enough to be simply referred to as The Trade, which is how we’ll refer to it from here on.
The New York Knicks are out of playoff contention, but will look to finish strong with two games left in the disappointing 2013-14 season.
A day after being mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, the Knicks responded by getting an effort win against a tough Chicago Bulls team.
The New York Knicks are reportedly interested in signing free agent big man Lamar Odom. However, it’s more than likely that if the Knicks did bring him on board, he wouldn’t play a significant role on the team until next season.
The New York Knicks defeated the playoff bound Toronto Raptors to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Unfortunately the Brooklyn Nets did the Knicks no favors by losing at home to the Atlanta Hawks, who now hold a two game lead in the race for the 8th and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
It’s not playoff time yet, but with the Knicks needing every win they can get down the stretch, it might as well be. If Toronto takes care of the New York tomorrow, it won’t be the first time that the team is sent packing by the Raptors.
Every week, Dave Nowinski will be taking a look at the team’s coaching performance. There’s not too much left to be said about Mike Woodson’s season, but Dave will also keep us updated on what’s sure to be a transformative offseason. Here’s how Woody fared last week:
There hasn’t been much of this, but every so often you come across someone on Twitter who says something to the effect of, “Who cares if the Knicks make the playoffs, they’re just going to get blown out!” If you come across one of these people, you should cyber-smack them in the face. Just because …