The New York Knicks are out of playoff contention, but will look to finish strong with two games left in the disappointing 2013-14 season.
The New York Knicks defeated the playoff bound Toronto Raptors to keep their slim playoff hopes alive. Unfortunately the Brooklyn Nets did the Knicks no favors by losing at home to the Atlanta Hawks, who now hold a two game lead in the race for the 8th and final playoff spot in the Eastern Conference.
It’s not playoff time yet, but with the Knicks needing every win they can get down the stretch, it might as well be. If Toronto takes care of the New York tomorrow, it won’t be the first time that the team is sent packing by the Raptors.
Not all hope is lost for New York’s playoffs chances, but they’re going to need to run the table and bank on Atlanta losses if they want to get in. Here’s what both teams have going on this week.
The Toronto Raptors completed a home-and-home sweep of the New York Knicks, defeating them by a score of 115-100 on Saturday night.
Previewing the Toronto Raptors/New York Knicks game at MSG tonight
The Knicks have four games this week, including a Christmas Day matchup against Kevin Durant and the Oklahoma City Thunder. Let’s see what the team has on their plate for the upcoming week
Tim Hardaway Jr’s clutch game winner feels like ages ago, doesn’t it? Thankfully, it’s just preseason. The Varsity Knicks had one poor performance this weekend while the JV Knicks had a forgettable one as well. Before the Knicks head off to Baltimore to take on the Washington Wizards on Thursday, let’s take a look back …
Since staring at the schedule isn’t making the 2013-14 season get any closer, TOK has been breaking down the New York Knicks’ games by division . We end it with the most important one, the Atlantic Division.
Chris DiGioia explains how Andrea Bargnani could fit into the New York Knicks starting line-up