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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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Toney Douglas Makes Hollinger’s All-2012 Team

I’ve been thinking about Toney Douglas a lot lately. He seems to have become an “X-Factor” of sorts for your New York Knicks. Especially in the last few games sans Billups, as goes Toney, so go the Knicks. Personally, I … 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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Knicks 112, Thunder 98

And we’re back!  Really excited to be typing up the first TWMFBlog post from NYC.  I’m back in town for the holidays and just finished watching the Thunder game on DVR.  Here’s what I thought: First of all, great win … Continue reading

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“This is Amar’e Without Steve Nash”

The title of this post is a familiar refrain you’ll see Knicks fans and media members regurgitate from time to time when Amar’e dribbles a ball off his foot or commits some kind of turnover. What follows is some kind … Continue reading

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Deep Soothing Breaths, People

My apologies for the lack of posts during this trying week. I generally try to kick it positively here at TWMFBlog, and I regret not giving Knicks fans an oasis from the “chicken little” tenor of the beat writers, Twitter, … Continue reading

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How Chicago Slowed Down Amar’e Stoudemire

Via the always amazing, NBAPlaybook.com: Coach Tom Thibodeau’s strategy was actually very interesting as he took his best low post defender (Joakim Noah), and actually took him off of Amar’e.  For a large portion of the game Stoudemire was either … Continue reading

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Game 5: Knicks Win Over Wizards an Important Touchstone

Don’t sleep on how impressive the back-to-back, road/home sweep is for the Knicks. It requires a lot of effort and determination to summon the energy to go into Chicago and beat a very good Bulls team that prides itself on … Continue reading

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Game 4: Knicks Rain 3’s, Get Big Win in Chicago

The game against Orlando getting canceled seems to have been a boon for the Knicks. It gave the team a chance to catch it’s breath after two hotly contested matchups against better clubs. More importantly, it gave Danilo Gallinari a … Continue reading

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Game 2: Loss to Celtics

Early on I am going to try and practice patience and enjoy the fact that hung in there against last season’s Eastern Conference champs, even if the Celtics played incredibly sloppy. It was nice to see the Knicks hang around … Continue reading

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