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Knicks Are Still In It As They Defeat Pacers 85-75 At MSG

Published on: 17th May, 2013

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J.R. Smith Had a comeback game with 13 points and six rebounds  | read this item

New York – In what may have been the biggest break of this rough and tumble playoff series between the Indiana Pacers and the New York Knicks, the Pacers point guard, George Hill was forced to sit out tonight’s game because of a concussion he incurred in Game Four. His absence surely had much to […]

Celtics Make It a Series With Win In New York

Published on: 1st May, 2013

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Celtics Make It a Series With Win In New York  | read this item

New York – It’s come down to exactly what the league office would have preferred seeing in the playoff series between the Celtics and the Knicks. Instead of what looked to be a Knicks sweep, the Celtics have fought back with two consecutive wins, one up in Boston last Sunday and again, tonight at Madison […]

Three Down, One to Go for Knicks

Published on: 27th April, 2013

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Woodson Deserves Coach of the Year consideration  | read this item

New York — The Knicks have not seen the glorified air of a playoff series win since 2000 but here we are, on the verge of a four-game sweep of the Boston Celtics after last night’s 90-76 wipeout of the Celtics in Boston. Doc Rivers, Boston’s coach, had said after his team’s Game 2 loss […]

Knicks Take 2-0 Lead In Playoff Series With Celtics

Published on: 24th April, 2013

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Knicks Take 2-0 Lead In Playoff Series With Celtics  | read this item

New York – The New York Knicks took a 2-0 lead in their best of seven series with the Boston Celtics with an 87–71 win tonight in front of a frenzied, sellout Madison Square Garden crowd that saw it’s team take its first 2-0 lead in a playoff series since the first round of the […]

Knicks Clinch First Division Championship in 19 Years

Published on: 10th April, 2013

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Anthony scored 35+ for fifth straight game  | read this item

New York — Step one of the Knicks 2012-13 season has now been accomplished. With their defeat of the Washington Wizards tonight at Madison Square Garden in front of a sellout crowd of delirious fans, the Knicks clinched the Atlantic Division championship. The franchise had not reached such heights since the 1993-94 season, 19 years […]

Last Knicks Champions Celebrate 40th Anniversary

Published on: 6th April, 2013

Last Knicks Champions Celebrate 40th Anniversary   | read this item

New York – There are certain nights in the big town, a.k.a. New York City, that remind you very clearly that you’re in THE big town. Daily events like Broadway shows and great restaurants are certainly reminders this is the city people come to for unique entertainment and special times. But, it’s when this town’s […]

Knicks Move Closer to Division Championship With Blowout of Celtics

Published on: 31st March, 2013

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Woodson seems resigned to the Knicks' roster issues   | read this item

New York – Before tonight’s game at Madison Square Garden between the Knicks and their Atlantic Division arch-rivals, the Boston Celtics, Rasheed Wallace, the veteran power forward currently disabled with a foot injury had written the number 50 on the white board in the Knicks locker room. For those unaware of such things as NBA […]

Knicks Win Seventh in Row (and 45th of Season)

Published on: 30th March, 2013

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Smith is playing the best ball of his career  | read this item

NEW YORK – When J.R. Smith was drafted out of high school into the N.B.A. in 2004, the New Orleans Hornets must have envisioned a player who could both shoot the outside jumper, have the quickness to drive hard to the hoop when he saw an opening, and defend shooting guards or small forwards with […]

Mandel’s Musings: College Basketball Landscape Will Never Be the Same

Published on: 15th March, 2013

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Mandel's Musings: College Basketball Landscape Will Never Be the Same  | read this item

New York –The Big East may not be the league of superstars it used to be but that doesn’t mean they aren’t capable of putting on a great display of Big East “style” basketball. The grit and the physical nature of this league, dominant elements in every Big East season since it’s inception in 1980, […]

Louisville Moves Past Villanova Into Big East Semi-Finals

Published on: 14th March, 2013

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Louisville Moves Past Villanova Into Big East Semi-Finals  | read this item

New York — If there ever was a coach who epitomized what a kid from the New York is all about, it is Rick Pitino, the Louisville University head basketball coach. Even now, at age 60, having coached for 39-years,  and in the state of Kentucky for 20 of those years at both Kentucky and […]

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