Justin Bartha, who you probably know best from his role as Doug in ‘The Hangover’ trilogy, was at Sunday’s Knicks game in New York, where he was asked to do an interview with MSG’s Jill Martin.
Reports surfaced earlier today that the New York Knicks and Amar’e Stoudemire have finally ended their wildly unsuccessful experiment together. Amar’e chose to confirm those reports on his Instagram in a rather creative way.
MSG Executive Chairman James Dolan continues to receive a lot of heat as a result of his team’s horrendous performance and it appears that he’s not taking it lightly.
For reasons which can only be known to him, New York Knicks fan Dennis Doyle is spending $25,000 of his savings so that he can attend every Knicks game this year.
As every sports website, blog and personality has noted over the last two months, the New York Knicks are atrocious.
As we all know, J.R. Smith is leaving NYC for beautiful Cleveland, Ohio. It appears that J.R. doesn’t seem to be concerned about the transition from New York to Cleveland, especially when it comes to learning the Cavs’ offense…
They did not get that. Instead, The New York Times, a newspaper of record, is now tasked with covering the worst team in the NBA.
New year, same old Knicks.
Unless you’re a fan of trainwrecks, the only thing interesting about the pathetic New York Knicks this season is waiting for the postgame media session to see which goofy hat Carmelo Anthony has chosen to wear on any given night.
The New York Knicks are enduring a brutal season and have become to go-to punchline of many NBA-related jokes. At 4-20, the hapless bunch could be headed for the franchise’s most unsuccessful since they won 21 games in 1960-61, or even become the worst team in franchise history.
In case you’ve been living under a rock, the New York Knicks are a complete and utter disaster this season. At 4-18, they’re only one game ahead of the Philadelphia 76ers for the worst record in the league.
On Sunday, the Miami Heat were able to beat the New York Knicks by a score of 86-79, largely thanks to the play of Dwyane Wade, who had been nursing a hamstring injury.