Every now and then, the Turn On The Knicks staff will debate an issue surrounding the team here in Roundtable Format. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter, and follow the site right here. Let us know if you agree/disagree. What are your first round playoff predictions?
Every now and then, the Turn On The Knicks staff will debate an issue surrounding the team here in Roundtable Format. Make sure to give everybody a follow on Twitter, and follow the site right here. Let us know if you agree/disagree. What was the single most disappointing moment of the season for you?
A Pacers-Heat Eastern Conference Final has been drilled into our heads since day one of the 2013-14 NBA season. Considering that both Indiana and Miami have been New York’s biggest rivals since the mid-1990′s, this should pile on what’s sure to be a long summer for Knicks fans, but of late, these two teams have established …
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.
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.
Not all hope is lost for New York’s playoffs chances, but they’re going to need to run the table and bank on Atlanta losses if they want to get in. Here’s what both teams have going on this week.
If you feel like Carmelo Anthony has barely left the court this season, you’re not alone. Melo’s 38.8 minutes per game lead the league, and given New York’s playoff situation, things aren’t going to get any easier on him over the next six games. Still, he probably wishes that he could be on the floor …
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.
The Knicks end their West Coast trip in Utah tonight before kicking off a rough April schedule. Read on to see what else the team has on their plate for the upcoming week.