Last year, the Texas Triangle trip was supposed to turn the season around. Now, the Knicks have a new triangle to show off to their Southwestern foes, but how will they fare against the likes of the Spurs, Rockets, and Mavericks?
On this day in 1994, the New York Rangers were five days removed from hoisting the Stanley Cup. The City That Never Sleeps was the sports capital of the world, and the Knicks were about to put the icing on the cake. They were only a fingertip away.
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A good portion of the Knicks’ 22 losses this season have come down to the wire. In almost all of these games, the Knicks have been the ones to screw something up – rarely has it been their opponent out-executing them. In the loss against Indiana, it was a poor foul by Iman Shumpert. Against …
The New York Knicks are headed down south this week for three unfavorable matchups in the dreaded Texas triangle. Read on to see what else they have on their plate for the upcoming week.
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 have three games scheduled for the week, including a matchup with the rivaled Indiana Pacers. Read on to see what else you need to know about the team for the upcoming week.
Let’s remember that the Knicks are indeed shorthanded and that the Houston Rockets have two bona fide All-Stars. This wasn’t losing at home to the Charlotte Bobcats. It stunk because it was another game – like the loss in Chicago – that came down to the end and was there for the taking. But there …
The Houston Rockets head to Madison Square Garden to take on the New York Knicks in a nationally televised matchup featuring Dwight Howard’s Garden debut as a Rocket and the second return of former Knick Jeremy Lin.
With the Houston Rockets set to take on the New York Knicks tonight, a visit back to the 1994 NBA Finals is in order.