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.
The NBA has quickly made it a tradition to make their Christmas games special by having the teams dress in one-off alternate Christmas jerseys. The practice makes the games feel more celebratory and, not coincidentally, allows the NBA to sell even more jerseys. And while the past couple of years have been an unmitigated disaster
The sorry New York Knicks (2-7) lost to the equally sorry Orlando Magic (3-6) Wednesday night, 97-95, in a rare battle involving two Eastern Conference teams that (probably) won’t make the playoffs. While we could point to all sorts of things that contributed to the loss, it’s more fun to boil it down to these
@netw3rk WTF pic.twitter.com/JXEpvm8xz0 — Will Harahan (@WillHarahan) October 30, 2014 Just when we thought Taylor Swift and Amar’e Stoudemire were our new favorite NBA BFFs, she has to pull a fast one and get with a real winner. To be fair, Amar’e should know better about relationships with T-Swizzle: here today, gone tomorrow, song about
This has been a pretty interesting week for Taylor Swift. Not only did her new album 1989 (which is great, by the way) get released, but she’s also been spending quite a bit of time with the New York Knicks for some reason. A few days ago the pop star was spotted in Knicks gear,
The Philadelphia 76ers, in their quest to suck harder than any team has sucked before, just pulled their latest (and probably not last) tank move, acquiring Travis Outlaw from the Knicks, along with a future second round pick and the right to swap a future second round picks with the Knicks (note: by our count,
Already the second best player on the Knicks RT @TheRealBenChew: Taylor Swift posing with Carmelo Anthony and Amar'e: pic.twitter.com/OnWCzOIEXm — Zach Harper (@talkhoops) October 26, 2014 Taylor Swift is quickly becoming more synonymous with New York than she has been with Nashville. The country-pop singer owns a home in Tribeca, she’s recently released her new
When Phil Jackson and head coach Derek Fisher were installed as the new leaders of the New York Knicks, they brought their winning philosophy 3,000 miles from Los Angeles, where the two racked up championship trophies in the early aughts. Specifically, the legendary triangle offense. We’ll spare you the nitty gritty of the offense, but
Now that the world is privy to Iman Shumpert and his ridiculous clock hat, perhaps he’ll think twice about clowning on teammates for their choice in head wear. Iman Shumpert is wearing a clock hat. pic.twitter.com/szznEUv4Qd — Seth Rosenthal (@seth_rosenthal) October 21, 2014 [BR]
Look out, Quincy Acy, Amar’e Stoudemire just turned up the heat on his rehab and is looking to reclaim his starting power forward spot on the New York Knicks. By the way, this is the part where we tell you that Quincy Acy — who made $788,872 dollars as a member of the Raptors and
While it’s unclear if this is the sort of endorsement that one should actually want, J.R. Smith now has the honor of being named the NBA’s current “Dennis Rodman” by none other than Dennis Rodman himself. Rodman took to Twitter to wish Phil Jackson and the New York Knicks well for the upcoming season. He