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.
Despite the win last night, the New York Knicks have been just abysmal so far this season. Over the past couple weeks, we’ve heard all the excuses in the book, but who’s really at fault here? We present the possibilities, you decide.
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 TOK staff discusses whether or not Knicks head coach Mike Woodson’s job security should be in question.
Is Amar’e Stoudemire still standing on the court in Detroit, staring at the rim? Oh, he’s ok? He got on the plane back to New York with the rest of the Knicks? Phew. Now that we have that cleared up, on to last night’s mess:
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.
The Knicks lost. Again. That’s three in a row. Did that happen last year? (Checks). It did, three separate times. Ok then. Here are some thoughts on last night:
Following a disappointing, but promisingly close, loss to the rival Chicago Bulls, the Knicks returned home to Madison Square Garden to face off with the Minnesota Timberwolves. The 21 point deficit the Knicks allowed in the first quarter proved to be very costly.