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Lin To Undergo Knee Surgery This Week, Season Looks To Be Over

Published on: 1st April, 2012

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Lin To Undergo Knee Surgery This Week, Season Looks To Be Over  | read this item

New York – The Jeremy Lin era is over. For now, anyway. With the announcement before tonight’s Knicks-Cavs game that the point guard will be undergoing surgery on his injured left knee sometime next week, the Knicks have lost their main catalyst and the unassuming author of Linsanity, the phenomenon that took the world by […]

Knicks, Shorthanded, Defeat Orlando Convincingly

Published on: 29th March, 2012

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New York – Sometimes, even the best laid plans of a basketball team go array. When the New York Knickerbockers began play this season, they imagined themselves as a high-powered, high-scoring unit led by Carmelo Anthony and Amar’e Stoudemire, two of the most productive forwards in NBA history, with third-year point guard, Toney Douglas running […]

Knicks Losing Ways May Be A Personnel Problem

Published on: 16th January, 2012

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New York – It is still only 13 games into the NBA season for the New York Knickerbockers so of course, there’s nothing for Knicks fans to really worry about, given their shaky 6-7 start. Right? After today’s Martin Luther King matinee at the Garden against the Orlando Magic, in which the Magic used a […]

The Knicks, Through The Eyes Of a 13-Year Old Basketball Fan

Published on: 24th April, 2011

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This article was written by a 13-year old Manhattan resident named Tyler Mandel. It is his view of the New York Knickerbockers, in his own words. New York — The New York Knicks have had an on and off season. It started off great with the acquisition of Amar’e Stoudemire. In the playoffs, however, Stoudemire was […]

Knicks On The Brink Of Season’s End

Published on: 23rd April, 2011

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Knicks On The Brink Of Season's End

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New York – When you really get down to it, nobody had a good reason to believe the Knicks could view the close nature of their first two losses in Boston and extrapolate from that, a solid rationale on why they would win the next two games at home, particularly in front of their wildly anxious and […]

Knicks Go Down 0-2, Despite Anthony’s 42 Points

Published on: 19th April, 2011

Knicks Wounded On Bench
Knicks Go Down 0-2, Despite Anthony's 42 Points

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Boston — It was a game that had all the makings of a Celtic blowout. You had Chauncy Billups, one of the Knicks’ Big Three sitting on the bench with a knee injury. Then, you had Amar’e Stoudemire, sitting out the second half of tonight’s Game 2 with a back issue, something having to do […]

Knicks Lose Heartbreaker To Celtics In Playoff Opener

Published on: 18th April, 2011

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FROM ASSOCIATED PRESS Boston — Ray Allen hit a go-ahead 3-pointer with 12 seconds left, Paul Pierce shut down Carmelo Anthony and the Boston Celtics rallied to beat the New York Knicks 87-85 in their playoff opener on Sunday night. New York led 85-84 before Anthony was called for an offensive foul for pushing Pierce […]

Lethargic Knicks Lose To Lowly Pacers

Published on: 13th March, 2011

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NEW YORK – A basketball team is like a symphony orchestra in that the sum of all its parts, played together, tends to sound much better than the individual instrument players. Basketball teams and orchestras are also similar in that they’re only as good as their weakest link. Once both teams get in the rhythm […]

Knicks’ Douglas Outplays Paul in Battle of Future Knicks Point Guards

Published on: 3rd March, 2011

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Knicks' Douglas Outplays Paul in Battle of Future Knicks Point Guards

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New York – It hasn’t been the easiest of seasons or careers for Toney Douglas, the Knicks backup point guard. Since being drafted by the Knicks in 2009, Douglas, not a true point guard but more of an energy guy with defensive skills has been trying to prove to his teammates and coaches that he […]

Knicks Move To One Game Under .500 With Fourth Consecutive Win

Published on: 24th November, 2010

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Knicks Move To One Game Under .500 With Fourth Consecutive Win

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NEW YORK — Toney Douglas scored 22 points, and the New York Knicks won their fourth straight game, beating the Charlotte Bobcats 110-107 on Tuesday night in the opener of a home-and-home series. Amare Stoudemire added 17 for the Knicks, who won the final three games on their road trip and kept rolling right through […]

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