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.
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.
The New York Knicks took care of business this afternoon against the worst team in the NBA. This game extended the Knicks season-high win streak to six games.
The New York Knicks lost to the Detroit Pistons on the road, recording their seventh straight loss. The Knicks now sit 19 games under .500 and their playoff chances are fading away day-by-day.
The magic number is six for the New York Knicks. At this moment they are in the midst of a six-game losing streak and are six games out of the eighth and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference. Tonight, the Knicks will take on the Detroit Pistons who are two and a half games …
The Knicks were competitive for about two and half quarters in Miami, which is about two and a half quarters more than most thought they would be. Unfortunately, that doesn’t count as a win.
This Knicks season has been a horror show for many reasons, but it’s been particularly hard to stomach because of the amount of losses that have occurred like last night’s. Whether the Knicks blow a lead or, like last night against Dallas, make a frantic comeback, they’ve so often fallen on the wrong side of …