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Melo Alone Cannot Trump the Celtics

Watching a single player take over a game offensively may be amusing to witness, but those performances rarely result in a victory. Elite players can carry their squads on their shoulders, but they often times fail to close games. Carmelo Anthony has had prolific scoring outing a myriad of times, and his latest one occurred Tuesday night at the TD Garden in Boston. During Game 2 of his first round series ve ...

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Two Games Down, Next Two in New York

The New York Knicks will be returning to Madison Square Garden for a playoff game for the first time in seven years. However, the team is facing a 0-2 deficit and has their backs against the wall. The Knicks had a lead in both Game 1 and 2, but they could not find a way to put away the Boston Celtics. The fairly inexperienced Knicks team was unable to come together in the late game situations, and their ill ...

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Top Five Knicks Centers

In the last article of the Top 5 series, we look at the greatest centers in New York Knicks history. The Knicks have seen plenty of great centers over the years, and some of franchise's best players were big men who controlled and dominated the paint. The center position is perhaps the hardest assignment in basketball, it requires a player to anchor the defense and thwart any opponent trying to attack the h ...

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Top 5 Knicks Power Forwards

There has been a dearth of great power forwards in Knicks history, but there are a few notable names that have transformed the franchise. The power forwards position may not be as decorated of a responsibly as others, but it is indeed one of the most important pieces in developing a championship team. Here is part four of the Top 5 series, the greatest Knick power forwards. 5. Amar’e Stoudemire Amar’e Stoud ...

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Top Five Knicks Small Forwards

As we move to part three of the “Top 5” series, we encounter some of the most celebrated New York Knicks of all-time. The small forward position requires its player to be versatile and have the ability to create shots off the dribble or through pick-and-rolls. The Knicks have hosted a myriad of great small forwards, and some of the greatest threes once wore the coveted orangle-and-blue. 5. Willie Naulls Wil ...

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Top Five Knicks Shooting Guards

New York City has had the luxury of seeing some of the greatest offensive players in NBA history showcase their talents under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden. The city dwellers have a penchant of prolific scorers and they have been spoiled with high-flying players. The New York Knicks front office has amassed several great shooting guards of the years, and these players have brought excitement to ...

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Top Five Knicks Point Guards

The point guard position is perhaps the hardest assignment in basketball; this floor general must operate the team on both ends of the court and it is his responsibility to find his teammates open shots. New York City has seen many great guards on its blacktops and under the bright lights of Madison Square Garden. The New York Knicks have been host to some of the league’s greatest point guards, and these pl ...

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After Seven Seasons, the Knicks Are Back in the Playoffs

New York City has waited seven seasons for an exciting and respectable basketball team, and thanks to Amar’e Stoudemire and Carmelo Anthony the New York Knicks are once again relevant. The Knicks had been absent from the NBA playoffs for the past seven years, and fans were irate and embarrassed with their team’s performance. As the 2010-2011 season progressed, the Knicks’ team chemistry began to form and th ...

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