Two in a row! Who cares who its been against? The Knicks need to string wins together to get out of this hole, and they need to beat (other) bad teams in order to do that. Last night the Magic we’re the team who obliged. Here are some thoughts.
A game recap of the New York Knicks vs. the Brooklyn Nets from December 5th, 2013.
The New York Knicks are 3-13. There are a lot of reasons for this. While it’s both accurate and popular to heap blame on the broad shoulders of head coach Mike Woodson, the Knicks’ players themselves aren’t exactly excelling right now either. Sixteen games is a legitimate sample size – we’re approaching the quarter pole …
Nine straight losses. Seven straight losses at home, which ties a team record for futility at MSG. Times of trouble, my friends. Let’s get to last night:
From what seems like opening tip off Knicks fans have been trying to make a trade to improve this 2013-2014 New York Knicks squad. Let’s face it, right now the defense is among the worst in the league and if the Knicks don’t get Carmelo Anthony the pieces he needs to be successful he might …
The New York Knicks lost their 5th straight game as they fell to the Washington Wizards 98-89.
The Atlanta Hawks beat the New York Knicks by a final score of 110-90 at Madison Square Garden.
The New York Knicks are struggling early this season. Here are some reasons why and how they can be fixed.
It had quite the peaks and valleys, but the Knicks turned James Dolan into a clairvoyant genius and won a game they really, really needed by knocking off the Atlanta Hawks, 95-91. Some thoughts:
Most people would probably read the above headline and let out a hearty chuckle. The conventional wisdom says that Carmelo Anthony gets the ball way too much; the Knicks’ offense is too stagnant, overwhelmingly “Iso-Melo”. There are times when this is undoubtedly true. The Knicks had a chance to win in Chicago earlier this year, …