Category Archives: Editorial

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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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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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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Go Small, Young Man

The victory over the Heat was huge, but it was the result of going small. The Knicks started the game with a small lineup of Chauncey Billups, Landry Fields, Carmelo Anthony, Shawne Williams, and Amar’e Stoudemire. Things didn’t start off … Continue reading

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What the Heat Victory Means

The Knicks are turning me into a crazy person, just ask my girlfriend (who is also a huge Knicks fan.) Ask her how many times throughout the course of the day I’ll look at her and say “Man, I cannot … Continue reading

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The Knicks Winning Pedigree

Something that has surprised me is how the Knicks playoff chops have been glossed over. Sure, Billups is the only key member of the team to actually win a championship, but only one team wins a championship in a given … Continue reading

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My Thoughts on the Carmelo Anthony Trade

It was awesome. I could probably end there, but I figure you might want me to elaborate a bit. Since I am a bit late to the party analyzing this trade, I’ve found two posts out there that perfectly encapsulate … Continue reading

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For Knicks Fans: Things to Remember

With the Knicks failing to secure victory in five consecutive contests, I figured I would take the time to list a few things Knicks fans should remember to help keep things in perspective. Remember: This is a streaky team. The … Continue reading

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And so it begins…

I see the New York Post’s Marc Berman has won the race to the bottom with his latest article, “No more ‘later’ for Knicks.” Upon my first read through Mr. Berman’s hyperbolic riff, my blood pressure rose and I was … Continue reading

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Relax, people: It’s only the preseason

It seems that a lot of Knicks fans have been freaking out since the Knicks poor showing in Paris against the T-Wolves. I’m here to talk you all off the ledge. Those who follow me on Twitter know that¬† I’m … Continue reading

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