What a difference a night makes. After getting absolutely shellacked by the Bulls in their season opener, the Knicks went into a hostile, playoff-like environment and rained on LeBron’s homecoming parade. Here are our top takeaways from the game:
Knicks training camp is underway in West Point, and with a new general in town, there’s plenty of new faces to get acquainted with. Here’s everything you need to know about the 2014-15 New York Knicks.
Back in the 2012-13 season, the Knicks were prospering. New York finished with 54 wins for only the eighth time in the franchise’s 68-year existence. Additionally, they won their first playoff series in over a decade. Fast forward to the beginning of the 2013-14 season, where nearly everyone considered the Knicks a playoff team. In …
Aside from winning the Sixth Man of the Year Award, J.R. Smith has come up awfully short on hardware during his tenure with the Knicks. However, this tattoo honor is one thing that NBA fans will never be able to take away from him.
The firing of Mike Woodson has heated up this anticipated offseason for the New York Knicks. With rumors circulating that the head coaching job could be Steve Kerr’s, it’s necessary to analyze the Knicks key roster pieces for next season. The meager play by the Knicks current roster led to the firing of Mike Woodson. …
Without a draft pick or much salary cap maneuverability, it’s going to be a long offseason for the Knicks this year. Phil Jackson will certainly have his work cut out for him, but he’s being paid like a top executive, so let’s see if he can earn that $12 million check!
In the offseason, J.R. Smith, who was coming off a career year as a Knick, received a hefty contract. He was set to make just over $5.5 million this year, and he got job security with a third year player option. Fast forward several months, and it’s debatable whether or not the Knicks should’ve given that …
The Knicks playoff hopes are slowly, but surely, decreasing, and this loss was a killer. Now, the Hawks magic number is four going into the final several days of the season.
One down, six to go. The Knicks were able to take advantage of an older Nets team playing for their second consecutive night, and thanks to a Bulls victory in Atlanta, currently sit in the eighth and final playoff spot.
The Sixers came close to pulling off the upset in Atlanta, but the Hawks eventually took control, making this a must-win for New York’s playoffs hopes. This Knicks team never makes things as easy on themselves as they should be, but eventually, they held up their end of the bargain, beating the Jazz 92-83.