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Knicks put “D” back in D’Antoni

Most Knicks fans nowadays weren't old enough to see, or comprehend the style of play the Knicks displayed back in the early '90s. It was a tough, slow grind, hard-core defensive effort game, offense was far down on the priority list. We do however get to relive some of the moments lately on MSGTV, with shows like Knicks Greatest Rivalries and a few others. Even when I watch those shows, it doesn't depict th ...

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Boomer & Carton think the Knicks will start off the Season slow

The New York media are some of the toughest bunch of writers/blogger/show hosts etc. in any city in professional sports. The Boomer & Carton Morning Show is very hard impress, they're Knicks fans, but like most Knicks fans, they're really tough their squad. Former NFL Star now Co-Host Boomer Esiason thinks the Knicks will start off the season 0 - 4. He then goes on to say that the Knicks should trade an ...

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Knicks Early Schedule: A Closer Look

The new 66-Game NBA Schedule was released yesterday, and many fans from several teams are annoyed to say the least. Knicks nuts(including myself) were quickly dissecting the schedule; how many games are back to back backs,  who will and wont be visiting MSG this season, etc. Here is quick overview of the first 25 games. Knicks open the season on Christmas Day vs. the Celtics and the Atlantic Division battle ...

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Is Landry Fields on the clock?

Lets turn back the clocks to the week of Valentine's Day of 2011. The "Melo Drama" is in full effect, every player on the Knicks roster outside of Amare Stoudemire is being thrown into a trade package scenario. At that time, the one player most Knicks fans and management did not want to include was Landry Fields.  Landry was playing the best basketball of any Knicks rookie since Patrick Ewing, and if not fo ...

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J.J. Barea to the Knicks?

Puerto Rican born J.J. Barea is currently a free agent after winning his first championship with the Mavericks. His first priority is to resign with the Mavs but plan B could land him in New York.   Via NYDailyNews.com "I still haven't signed with nobody,”J.J. Barea, who helped the Dallas Mavericks torch the Miami Heat for their first NBA title in June, told the Daily News Friday. “That’s still got me ...

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Daily Knicks Remembers Tragedy of 9-11

As many of you already know, today marks the tenth anniversary of the horrific attack on New York City, Washington D.C. and all of America. Ten years ago today our country changed dramatically, as it was thrust into a war few of us expected. In the ten years since the attacks the country has returned, relatively, to normal. However, today we want to take a minute to reflect on the tragedy itself and send ou ...

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Now Is Not The Time For a League Lockout

Every city’s dream is to have its sports team to shine and eventually bring home a championship. New York City has a penchant for sports treasures and it has been spoiled with both football and baseball titles. However, its beloved NBA team has seen decades go by without ever hoisting the Larry O’Brien trophy. The last time the Knickerbockers brought glory to the city of New York was back in 1973 when Walt ...

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Top Ten Knicks Stories of June 2011

The New York Knicks' season ended in April after they were eliminated from the Playoffs by their rivals, the Boston Celtics. Despite the fact that the Knicks were no longer on television in the month of June, news and rumors were still circulating the men in blue-and-orange.  The month of June featured trade rumors, injuries and a lockout that may continue for several months. So here are the Top Ten Knicks ...

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Most Pressing Issues Concerning Knicks’ Front-Office This Summer

The NBA season is over, and now all 30 teams will be looking to improve their rosters in hopes to win a title. From the bottom half to upper echelon teams, every franchise will make efforts to hopefully be the last team standing in June. The Knicks, too, have issues that are impeding them from making deep playoff runs and the front office must tackle these problems in the off-season. The Knicks were ousted ...

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Phil Jackson To The Knicks- A Perfect Fit

The rumors have begun. The Knicks need a new head coach, and Phil Jackson may be the man. The Los Angeles Lakers were ousted out of the 2011 Playoffs by the Dallas Mavericks, and speculation regarding their new head coach grew instantly. The Lakers were swept in embarrassing fashion, but most importantly, Phil Jackson ended his coaching career in Los Angeles with a loss. Jackson told the media prior to the ...

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