Author Archives: Keith R. Harden

Knickels & Dimes

It’s been a while, I feel like writing something, so here goes nothing… I feel guilty thinking this, nevermind typing it, but… Amar’e who? I know this team can get too Melo-centric and struggles to score when the supporting cast’s … Continue reading

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Knicks 82, Lakers 99 – Kneejerk Reactions

In case you didn’t know, I live in Los Angeles, so I was in attendance tonight. I cannot remember the last time I was this angry. Seriously, I was so angry my right eyelid was twitching and I currently have … Continue reading

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Grantland’s Sebastian Pruiti Takes A Look At Tyson Chandler

Excellent piece by Sebastian Pruiti over at Grantland breaking down the Lamar Odom and Tyson Chandler trades.  For our purposes I’m going to, zero in on one aspect of his article: As great as Chandler is, he will definitely have … Continue reading

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So I Guess I Should Write Something About The NBA Lockout

I’m probably the worst person to write a blog post about the NBA Lockout because I am decidedly neutral when it comes to these things.  The way I see it, the NBA is a business (no matter how eloquently Malcolm … Continue reading

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Defending James Dolan’s Decision but Not His Process

Let’s cut to the chase: Don’t be mad at James Dolan for cutting ties with Donnie Walsh; be mad at him for dragging this on for too long and not giving the new President/GM more time to gameplan for the … Continue reading

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Yahoo! Sports and ESPN? I Strenuously Object!

My original plan was to let the events of last night sink into my brain before I put finger to keyboard to summarize my thoughts on Carmelo Anthony and the New York Knicks. That plan got set aside after reading … Continue reading

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Knicks Let One Slip Away Against Celtics

Had the Knicks been able to hold on against the Celtics, the ending would have been almost poetic. With 50 seconds left in a tie game, Chauncey Billups, the Knicks floor general, suffers an apparent knee injury and cannot return. … Continue reading

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The NBA Playoffs Narrative

It should come as no shock that I’ve been thinking a lot about the NBA playoffs. In order to try and get a handle on these playoffs, I’ve been studying my NBA history with the hope that some patterns would … Continue reading

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The New York Knicks are Back in the Playoffs

Man, did it feel good to type that headline. Honestly, I don’t even know where to begin. So, let’s start with this: Enjoy the moment, Knicks fans. As New Yorkers we’re so used to a lightning fast news cycle. There … Continue reading

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Knicks Defense Improving

There has been a lot of hand-wringing about how poor the Knicks defense is and how Coach D’Antoni is not equipped to coach defense.  However, as two well-written (and timely) posts have pointed out, the Knicks defense has improved since … Continue reading

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