Ah yes. It's a little over a month into the season, the Knicks are only three games back of the Atlantic Division lead (and thus a top-4 playoff spot), we have eight months until free agency begins -- but Carmelo Anthony is definitely leaving New ...
Firing the head coach won't solve the problems
A trade a day to brighten your holiday spirits. First up, the New York Knicks. The holidays are fast approaching, and it seems as if the Pistons' four-year, $53 million signing of Josh Smith was a preemptive lump of coal in their stockings.
Nine straight. The Knicks are cruel, man, and I am so weak-willed. I've come into each of these games acting all blase, just for my own benefit. I sit down practically inviting the Knicks to lose. I can't bring myself to care anymore.
Somehow, the Portland Trail Blazers, who won 33 games last season, are off to a 16-3 start, best in the Western Conference, which is stacked with talented teams.
Missouri hasn't done anything to hurt its NCAA tourney hopes, but it hasn't helped them either. The next two games can change all that.
Thursday’s Knicks-Nets matchup, part of a TNT doubleheader, was supposed to be a preview of the playoffs, not a rebuff of the strategy of trying to win with aging, overpriced players.