For 48 hours, fans of the New York Knicks had cause to hope. Last week, the Knicks finally stormed their way out of the Atlantic Division basement with a pair of 30-point blowouts over the Brooklyn Nets and Orlando Magic.
Through the torture and tumult of the New York Knicks’ disastrous first two months, there’s been one refrain capable of adding a dash of levity—albeit slight—to a lead-heavy situation: Metta World Peace holding court.
With the Nets and the Knicks losing so often, it has been difficult to predict which team has the better chance of salvaging the season and which coach has better job security.
Anthony Slater of The Oklahoman: Throughout the early part of this season, NBA TV has been running a hypothetical one-on-one tournament, matching the game's greatest current players and allowing the fans to vote on who would win.
New York Knicks point guard Raymond Felton was held out of Wednesday night's game against the Chicago Bulls because of a sore left hamstring. Click to Continue »