Last year, the NBA halted play for four months due to the coronavirus outbreak before setting up a “bubble” for teams to finish out the regular season; the league invited 22 of its 30 teams to participate and vie for playoff spots…the Knicks were not one of them. Following an
For people that are good at sports, and music then this is going to sound familiar. I played the clarinet and played sports, and my parent told me I needed to choose one over the other. I chose sports. MJ was a basketball player and a musician as well as
I retain the right to change this list someday, The New York Jets winning another Super Bowl is a fine example but that probably won’t happen. My back story is I couldn’t walk until I was five. The details aren’t important right now but it’s the reason I love sports.
With the end of the National Basketball Association season fast approaching and the endless play-off season on the horizon, how some of the teams got their names is always a fascinating topic. Read on and learn more.
Back in the day, as some are apt to say, I was interviewing and
The Knicks are selling hope for this season with a new head coach and a new point guard. They spent money building around Derrick Rose, Carmelo Anthony and Kristaps Porzingis by signing Joakim Noah and Courtney Lee. If nothing else, the Knicks have a competent starting five, which they couldn’t
There was no fanfare in Jeremy Lin’s official return to New York yesterday. There was no media throng, either.
That’s the way it goes when a player plays for the Nets. It’s night and day compared to playing for the Knicks. It shows the Nets are irrelevant in the city’s conscience.
The best thing about the Knicks hiring Jeff Hornacek as their coach is he is not Kurt Rambis.
That’s why there was no outrage about the hiring. If anything, this hiring represents apathy.
Knicks fans know a new coach won’t make a difference unless he has talent to work with. Outside
Leslie Monteiro has an interesting take on the impact of the Knicks rookie on the team.
It took 12 games for Kristaps Porzingis to finally have a portrait of him in the back page of Thursday’s New York Post.
It took 12 games for him to receive chants of “Porzingis” from the