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.
A rough start to the season gets even rougher for the Knicks, who face four more playoff teams this week.
The Knicks were roughed up against the Rockets on Monday, and he next leg of their three-game trip won’t be any easier. Without Carmelo Anthony, the Knicks will be hard-pressed to keep pace with the Mavericks, but that’s why they play the games.
The Knicks and Mavericks agreed to a trade which sent Raymond Felton and Tyson Chandler to Dallas in return for Jose Calderon, Samuel Dalembert, Shane Larkin, Wayne Ellington, and two second round draft picks in tomorrow’s draft.
Back in the 2012-13 season, the Knicks were prospering. New York finished with 54 wins for only the eighth time in the franchise’s 68-year existence. Additionally, they won their first playoff series in over a decade. Fast forward to the beginning of the 2013-14 season, where nearly everyone considered the Knicks a playoff team. In …
The firing of Mike Woodson has heated up this anticipated offseason for the New York Knicks. With rumors circulating that the head coaching job could be Steve Kerr’s, it’s necessary to analyze the Knicks key roster pieces for next season. The meager play by the Knicks current roster led to the firing of Mike Woodson. …
A month ago Phil Jackson was brought into the position of President of the New York Knicks in order to revitalize a franchise under great scrutiny after a dismal 2013-2014 season. The first step to fixing this team has been taken, as head coach Mike Woodson has been fired along with the rest of his …
Every week, Dave Nowinski will be taking a look at the team’s coaching performance. There’s not too much left to be said about Mike Woodson’s season, but Dave will also keep us updated on what’s sure to be a transformative offseason. Here’s how Woody fared last week:
Somehow, someway, the Knicks are still in the playoff race. They don’t deserve to be, but then again, neither do half the teams in the historically bad Eastern Conference. But the Knicks really don’t deserve to.
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.