New York Knicks: Bring Back Pablo Prigioni? Proceed With Caution

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36-year-old New York Knicks guard Pablo Prigioni is interested in returning to the NBA next year, contrary to previous reports. While his playoff performance has inspired some positive “whirlies” thanks to his ball-handling, shot-making and overall unselfishness, the Knicks should proceed […]

New York Knicks: Not So Disappointing Considering Recent History

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Folks looking to assign blame for the New York Knicks’ postseason failure may look at the Senior Vice President of Basketball Operations Glen Grunwald. They should also make sure they praise Grunwald, who helped New York have its most successful […]

2013 NBA Playoffs: New York Knicks’ Season Ends, So Should Marriage to J.R. Smith

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During J.R. Smith’s exit interview next week, the New York Knicks brass should tell him two words, “Good” and “Bye” or “Kick” and “Rocks.” This may sound unfair, but this much is true. Smith’s disappearance is one of the main […]

2013 NBA Playoffs: Bench, Key Injury Help New York Knicks Stay Alive Against Indiana Pacers

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The New York Knicks couldn’t have prayed for better circumstances. The Indiana Pacers were without their top facilitator; their two best players were in foul trouble and the Knicks got the bench scoring they needed to outlast the Pacers. Now, […]

New York Knicks: Rookie Chris Copeland Has Stage to Shine

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Who is that dreadlocked cat with No. 14 on the front of his New York Knicks jersey? Some variation of that question has been asked by Knicks fans at some point when looking at 29-year-old rookie Chris Copeland. It has […]

New York Knicks: Amar’e Stoudemire, Bit Player In A Postseason Tragedy

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From main attraction to third wheel, from headliner to opening act, from having the starring role to making a cameo appearance, this is Amar’e Stoudemire’s world now – or something like it. The former centerpiece of the New York Knicks […]

New York Knicks Fans, Your Team Has Met Its Match: Indiana Pacers

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Be honest, New York Knicks fans. In the back of your minds, you knew a butt whipping like this was coming. You knew your team’s aging roster and singular style of play would meet its end, eventually. It took a lot longer […]

2013 NBA Playoffs: Roy Hibbert, Indiana Pacers Erase New York Knicks Backcourt

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The Indiana Pacers got back to basics and eviscerated the New York Knicks, Saturday night. Indiana Center Roy Hibbert could do no wrong. He lived in the paint. At times, he looked so dominant that if you didn’t see his face or the uniform, or […]

2013 NBA Playoffs: Carmelo Anthony and New York Knicks Gobble Up Indiana Pacers

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The trade that was engineered to make Carmelo Anthony a New York Knick was precisely for games like Tuesday night’s. In the biggest spot, when his team needed him the most, the 10-year veteran got medieval on the Indiana Pacers’ defense by dropping 32 points. […]

New York Knicks’ Amar’e Stoudemire Eyes a Game 3 Return

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Amar’e Stoudemire returned to practice on Monday for the New York Knicks, heightening the expectation that he will make his playoff debut against the Indiana Pacers. Stoudemire is reportedly eyeing a Game 3 return, according to published reports. The 6-11 power forward hasn’t […]

2013 NBA Playoffs: New York Knicks’ Top Scorers Shoot Team Out Of Game

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Right now, you wouldn’t want your most hated enemy to shoot like Carmelo Anthony or J.R. Smith. Anthony and Smith shot the New York Knicks out of their game against the Indiana Pacers Sunday afternoon. Their combined 14- for-43 effort was […]

Carmelo Anthony Must Win Now to Go From Good To Great

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If the New York Knicks end up losing its series against the Indiana Pacers, the harm done to Carmelo Anthony’s legacy could be irreversible – still. And that’s even after his team outlasted the Boston Celtics. “He’s Dominique Wilkins,” a dear friend texted me recently. My […]