The Knicks finally got a easy win this season, albeit against the worst excuse of a tanking franchise in the NBA that is the Philadelphia 76ers. The final score was much closer than the game actually felt, as the Knicks were once up by as much as 20 points in the third quarter. The Knicks …
The Knicks were victims of a beating by the Timberwolves (3-7), who were without three of their top guns, and New York’s “rock bottom” continues to become worse and worse.
The Knicks cut a deficit of over 20 points to single digits in the final minutes, but it was too little too late, as the Bucks held on for a four-point victory.
Exactly two weeks from their last win, the Knicks played their best game thus far, beating the Nuggets by 16.
The Knicks were in and out of this game all night, and after fighting back from five down with over a minute to go, were eventually sunk by a Trey Burke fadeaway as time expired. Seems about right for a team that has now dropped seven consecutive games.
The New York Knicks wound up losing a back-and-forth affair to the Orlando Magic at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night. This one really stings, as the losses continue to pile up, make it six in a row.
Thoughts on the Knicks’ fifth straight loss…
The Knicks dropped their third consecutive game, falling to the Nets in a game where for much of the night, they were just one run a way from making it competitive. That run never came.
Thoughts from the Knicks’ odd loss to the Pistons, 98-95:
The Knicks took a lead into halftime tonight, but the magic that helped get them wins in their last two seemed to disappear shortly thereafter. Here are the top takeaways from Tuesday night: