No Carmelo Anthony and no Derrick Rose. Talk about your boring, right? Jimmy Butler had other thoughts as he torched the Knicks, playing like an all-star, as he has done for a majority of this season, scoring a career-high 35 points.
To say the Knicks came out flat would be an understatement, and although they played hard enough to get themselves back in it, they were never able to take a lead, as they fell to the Mavericks for the second time this season.
The losing streak has reached nine, as the New York Knicks fell to the New Orleans Pelicans on Tuesday night. The Knicks are now an embarrassing 4-19 and are heading into the second quarter of the season, looking like a team on the downswing.
It took the Oklahoma City Thunder just a touch over seven minutes to build enough of a lead to last the rest of the night. Defining this game as the worst loss of the season would be an understatement.
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 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.
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.
In the past month and a half, the Knicks have completely reshaped their roster. Their starting point guard and center were traded for two new point guards and a center. In the same trade, they received two second-round draft picks and acquired two young talents. Then, they gave Carmelo Anthony a couple bucks (124 million …
Back in his days in Phoenix, Amar’e Stoudemire was a dominant post presence and one of the best overall scorers in the league. Fast forward a few years, countless injuries and several surgeries later, the man known as STAT is seen as nothing more than a role player by many.
We knew it would only be a matter of time before the Knicks used their mini mid-level exception on a player that can contribute to the team this year, and they did just that by signing big man Jason Smith to a one-year $3.3 million deal.