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J.R. Smith Will Not Be Suspended for Flagrant Foul

New York Knicks guard J.R. Smith will not be suspended for his flagrant foul 2 on Indiana Pacer guard Leandro Barbosa. Smith threw Barbosa to the floor in the final seconds of the game, and was likely upset with Barbosa's celebration. The game was essentially decided at that time and there was no need for Smith to pull his stunt. He was quickly ejected out of the game and there is no doubt the coaching staf ...

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Baron Davis Working to Get Back to Previous Form

New York Knicks guard Baron Davis will now have to lead the team to the playoffs since Jeremy Lin will be sidelined for the remainder of the season. Davis is the starting point guard for the Knicks and will have to make sure his game is on point in this final month of the season. Although Davis' All-Star seasons are well behind him, he would like to get as close to that previous state as possible. Davis isn ...

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Knicks Looking to Give More Minutes to Toney Douglas

With New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin out for the season with a knee injury, it seems as though Toney Douglas will see some more playing time. The Knicks are a little depleted at the point guard position, so this is the perfect opportunity for him to shine with the roster. Douglas had been the starting point guard for the Knicks previously, but his playing time this season has been very limited. However, it ...

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Report: Knicks Held off on Jeremy Lin News to Sell Tickets

New York Knicks fans were given horrible news when they found out that Jeremy Lin would be sidelined for six weeks due to a tear in his meniscus. However, it seems as though the franchise knew well before the official announcement that Lin had an injury in his knee and they held off the news to sell tickets. Frank Isola of New York Daily News first brought up the idea that the Knicks did not announce the in ...

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Knicks Players Saddened By Jeremy Lin News

The New York Knicks found out before their game versus the Cleveland Cavaliers that they will be without Jeremy Lin for six weeks, and that news spread across the world. Not only did the locker-room feel remorse, but everyone was saddened by the bad news from New York. Lin took over the NBA headlines and 'Linsanity' was being talked about everywhere. However, with the tear in his meniscus it seems as though ...

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Carmelo Anthony: We Need J.R. Smith Down the Stretch

The New York Knicks will have to play the rest of the season without two of their stars. Jeremy Lin and Amar'e Stoudemire are expected to miss a lengthy amount of time and if the Knicks do make the playoffs, those two players may not be able to play. Stoudemire is dealing with a back injury and Lin will be out for six weeks due to a tear in his meniscus. Thus, this Knicks team will have to rely on Carmelo A ...

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Jeremy Lin Out for Six Weeks With Meniscus Tear

New York Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin will be out of the lineup for approximately six weeks. An MRI has revealed that Lin has a small tear in his meniscus. The Knicks are already facing injuries to Amar'e Stoudemire and it looks like he and Lin may miss the playoffs. However, with two stars out of the lineup the Knicks may not even make the post-season. #Knicks Injury Update: Jeremy Lin will be out approx ...

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Pre-Game Report: New York Knicks at Atlanta Hawks

New York Knicks (26-25) at Atlanta Hawks (30-22) 7:00 PM EST, March 30, 2012 Phillips Arena , Atlanta, Georgia TV: MSG Hawks Projected Starting Line-up: PG: Jeff Teague SG: Kirk Hinrich SF: Joe Johnson PF: Josh Smith C: Zaza Pachulia The New York Knicks will be looking for their fourth consecutive victory and this one will feel a little more special since it is coming against coach Mike Woodson's former tea ...

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Jeremy Lin Will Miss Tonight’s Game Versus Hawks

New York Knicks guard Jeremy Lin will not play in tonight's game due to a sore right knee. Lin will rest the knee and as a result, will miss his third straight game. The Knicks will head to Atlanta to play the Hawks, the same team Coach Mike Woodson ran for six seasons. The Knicks will likely have Baron Davis in the starting lineup, and he will have to contain the explosive Jeff Teague. However, even with L ...

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Bernard King Not Inducted into Hall of Fame

New York Knicks legend Bernard King was not named one of the inductees to the Naismith Basketball Hall-of-Fame Class of 2012. King has been a nominee five time, and each year he was not selected as a finalist. King played for the Knicks from 1982-'86 and has a myriad of memorable moments with the squad. Throughout his career, King averaged 22.5 points per game and his career-high was 32.9 ppg for the Knicks ...

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