Since Andrea Bargnani tore the ulnar nerve in his left elbow ending his season, the New York Knicks have gone 18-18 — not great, but that would make the playoffs in the East at least. 352 more words
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Larry Brown still sounds a little bitter about how everything ended for him in New York.
The former Knicks coach — the only coach to win an NCAA and NBA title — has a unique understanding of the pressures that come with being in Madison Square Garden. 501 more words
CAA — the Creative Artists Agency, which represents NBA stars such as Carmelo Anthony, Dwyane Wade, Tony Parker, Chris Bosh, Chris Paul and a host of others — has long had special sway over the Knicks organization. 268 more words
Give And Go is a recurring feature in which The Point Forward’s Ben Golliver and Rob Mahoney bat an NBA topic du jour back and forth. 3,287 more words
Let’s just get right down to business. I’m here to talk about the biggest stories in sports over the past two weeks. This issue, I will be focusing on all things in the NBA Eastern Conference, with summaries of a few matchups that have concluded or are yet to come. 369 more words
It may have taken injuries, but Mike Woodson has finally gotten over his fascination with big lineups for the Knicks. They went out and got Andrea Bargnani this summer — against pretty much everyone’s better judgement — and he felt like he had to play the guy. 147 more words