Knicks shock the Celtics in Boston
Against one of the top teams in the West, the Knicks gave an impressive effort, but lost.
- Despite the Knicks getting blown out by Charlotte, there was plenty to be excited about if you're rooting for the kids to be alright.
Get ready for the Knicks match-up with the Warriors.
- The Knicks returned home for the first time since Christmas day, but Indiana spoiled the night.
Despite a great effort by the bench, the Knicks can't overcome an early deficit.
- Kevin Knox received the start, but the Knicks came out flat, digging themselves an early deficit.
- Frank Ntilikina looked aggressive again, with 12 of his 16 points coming in the second half.
- Kevin Knox had two huge blocks, plus a clutch three and dunk down the stretch, but it wasn't enough to complete the comeback.
The Knicks looked impressive through three quarters, but then Kevin Durant took over.
- This was a game for development (or as some would say, tanking).
- The Knicks don't have enough talent to compete with the Sixers, but their young players showed why they might be able to hang sometime in the future.
I moved to the Charlotte, NC area from New York in 2013, and have been attending nearly every Knicks-Hornets game at the Spectrum Center...
Get ready for the Knicks match-up with the Nets.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_q7qxobuQzg Recap by Remi_Se The injury racked New York Knicks gave a spirited effort...
Tim Hardaway Jr's 37 points aren't enough as the Knicks lose to Indiana on Halloween
Emmanuel Mudiay, Allonzo Trier, and Noah Vonleh keep proving the Knicks were right to want them when nobody else did.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=w8s1PI50Wi4 Monday night was a tale of two halves for the Knicks. They came out playing loosy-goosy,...
The Knicks were too sloppy against a desperate Wizards team that needed a win.
In David Fizdale's return to Memphis, the Knicks made sure he left the arena happy.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=wJDQ66iElzs Tonight was one of those games where, if you didn't watch, woke up in the morning and saw the final score, you'd be embarrassed...
In a double overtime game that left everyone begging for less, the Knicks lost to the Bulls.
On the second night of a back-to-back, the Knicks were completely outclassed by the Philadelphia 76ers. New York shot a dismal 34.8% from the field and had no answer in trying to stop the Sixers. The final score was 117-91.
- It looked like it was going to be a special night for Kevin Knox when he started 8-9 from the field, knocking down threes and dunking the ball in transition. Then everything changed in the second half.
- Emmanuel Mudiay had his third 30-point game in his last five games, which is crazy considering he had two thirty-point games over his entire career before this stretch.
- Atlanta took control of the game in the third quarter as the Knicks basically slept walked their way through the rest of the second half.
Frank Ntilikina bust out of his slump and the Knicks beat the Hawks on the road.
- The Knicks battled back from 16 points down to beat one of the best teams in the NBA.
- Emmanuel Mudiay hit multiple clutch shots to lead the way.
- Kevin Knox answered his critics with a breakout performance.
For the second consecutive night, the Knicks made a valiant comeback, but fell short. KNICKS FAN TV POSTGAME [youtube https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KGQ185I3iWc&w=560&h=315] HIGHLIGHTS INTERVIEWS
- David Fizdale inserted Luke Kornet into the lineup to take the place of Enes Kanter and it worked out pretty well... Kornet connected on 7 three-pointers and offered stable defense in the Knicks loss.
- Overall, Milwaukee was too much for the Knicks, who, other than Kornet, had an off night offensively.
- Enes Kanter was ejected on a questionable technical call resulting from a confrontation with Giannis Antetokounmpo.
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