That score was indeed the final score of a 48-minute NBA game in 2013. In a largely hideous game in which the Knicks blew a huge lead, they executed just enough down the stretch to defeat the shorthanded Bulls, registering their third win in their last five games. When you’re 6-15, stretches like that, even …
Kyrie Irving is a bonafide Knick killer at this point, yeah? I know we all want to sulk in the misery that is the 2013-14 Knicks, but that Kyrie guy, but let’s take a little time to recognize Mr. Irving. He’s a darn good basketball player who played his derriere off last night. Hey, he’s …
The New York Knicks suffered their third-worst home loss in franchise history, getting blown out by the Celtics by a score of 114-73.
Two in a row! Who cares who its been against? The Knicks need to string wins together to get out of this hole, and they need to beat (other) bad teams in order to do that. Last night the Magic we’re the team who obliged. Here are some thoughts.
A game recap of the New York Knicks vs. the Brooklyn Nets from December 5th, 2013.
Nine straight losses. Seven straight losses at home, which ties a team record for futility at MSG. Times of trouble, my friends. Let’s get to last night:
The Denver Nuggets defeated the New York Knicks by a score of 97-95. Despite losing, at least the Knicks looked a little more enthused. Here’s how it happened.
Last season, the New York Knicks didn’t lost their 10th game until January 1 — ironically, it came against last night’s victors, the Portland TrailBlazers. In all, the Knicks lost 28 total regular season games, meaning they’ve already lost over a third of the games they did last year. That’s just some context for you, …
The New York Knicks lost their 5th straight game as they fell to the Washington Wizards 98-89.
The New York Knicks lost in overtime to the Indiana Pacers by a score of 103-96.