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?
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Ok then! The Knicks started off the 2014 calendar year with their banner win of the season (if there can be such a thing when you’re 10-21) by knocking off the San Antonio Spurs in the first game of a three-game Texas swing. There were some excellent performances throughout for the Knicks, which is a …
With tonight’s Knicks-Spurs matchup in mind, I think a visit back to the 1999 NBA Finals is in order.
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.
That was about as bad as it can get. Had the Knicks played the way they did on Sunday against a middling team, they still would have lost. But when you play with such malaise and ineptitude, especially on defense, against a team like the Spurs, things get ugly and out of control. Some thoughts:
The New York Knicks have three games this upcoming week, including a home-and-home series with the Charlotte Bobcats. Read on to see what else is happening in New York.
Since staring at the schedule isn’t making the 2013-14 season get any closer, TOK is going to break down the New York Knicks games by division over the next couple weeks. We start with the Southwest Division.
Chris DiGioia dismisses the argument that the New York Knicks have a small championship window