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.
Last year’s 15-win Milwaukee Bucks already have five wins underneath their belt this time around, and they’ve done it without needing a major offseason splash. Most will think that this game is a pushover for the Knicks, but away from The Garden, New York will have their work cut out for them against a team …
The Knicks got back in the win column yesterday, and despite going 1-3 on last week’s home stand, look to be headed in the right direction. They’ll have more opportunity to build on that success, as this week’s opponents have a combined record of just 7-21.
Exactly two weeks from their last win, the Knicks played their best game thus far, beating the Nuggets by 16.
New York football surely isn’t cutting it this year, so why not try out a little Sunday afternoon Knicks? We can’t promise the results will be any better, but with the Nuggets in town, there will be plenty of familiar faces back at Madison Square Garden.
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.
Remember during the preseason when it was evident that a slow start was forthcoming? A couple of early wins changed that mindset, but now that the Knicks have lost six in a row, reality has set in. I guess when you’re 2-7 no game should be considered winnable, but a beatable Utah Jazz team enters …
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.
Amar’e Stoudemire hasn’t dominated the court for a few years now, but this hilarious video from Relativity Sports proves that he still commands respect off of it.