The New York Knicks’ nearly-completed tire fire of a season has brought a few issues back into the daily discourse. With Carmelo Anthony approaching unrestricted free agency, one of those is the almost 3-year-old deal the Knicks made to bring Anthony here in the first place. It was a deal big enough to be simply …
A day after being mathematically eliminated from the playoffs, the Knicks responded by getting an effort win against a tough Chicago Bulls team.
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.
The New York Knicks, needing to virtually win every single contest of their last six in order to make the playoffs, lost a pivotal game to the post-season bound Washington Wizards on Friday night at MSG.
Every game down this final stretch is going to be pivotal for the New York Knicks as they try to make a major last minute push toward playoff contention. Tonight’s contest against the playoff bound Washington Wizards will be no different.
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.
Coming off what might be the nail in the coffin/worst loss of the season against the lowly Los Angeles Lakers, the Knicks exacted some revenge on the Sacramento Kings on Wednesday night to pull within two games of the Atlanta Hawks for the final Eastern Conference playoff spot.
In a season full of embarrassing losses, this one might have taken the cake. With the playoffs on the line, the Knicks put up a lackluster effort in Los Angeles, falling to the worst team in Lakers franchise.
The Bobcats didn’t do any favors in New York’s quest for the eight-seed last night, beating the Trail Blazers by 30 points at home. It looks like Atlanta will be the team that the Knicks need to struggle down the stretch, and Atlanta tips off a tough road game in Toronto at 1:00 p.m. today. …