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Author: Ian Steiner

Trouble Down Thunder: Carmelo Anthony Returns to New York

When Carmelo Anthony was traded from the New York Knicks to the Oklahoma City Thunder back in September. Many believed the Knicks were getting the short end of the deal. Eight weeks into the season, it looks like the Knicks may have won this trade. Not because of the quality of players, but how they fit into each teams roster. On Saturday, Carmelo Anthony returns to Madison Square Garden for the first time since the trade. Trouble Down Thunder Many fans were sad to see Carmelo Anthony leave the New York Knicks. Not only because of how long he’d...

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New York Knicks Weekly Recap: Average

Tim Hardaway Jr. New York Knicks, during the New York Knicks vs Milwaukee Bucks, NBA Basketball game at Madison Square Garden, New York. USA. 15th March 2014. Photo Tim Clayton (Photo by Tim Clayton/Corbis via Getty Images) After what seems like eight long weeks of the NBA season. The New York Knicks stand no better than they did when they began their season. The Knicks are at a even 13-13 record, which isn’t the worst thing. They however remain and enigma still, leaving us with the same questions week to week. They still haven’t showed they can win on...

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New York Knicks Weekly Recap: The Injury Bug Strikes

23 December 2015: New York Knicks Forward Kristaps Porzingis (6) looks to pass during the game between the New York Knicks and the Cleveland Cavaliers at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland, Oh. (Photo by Mark Alberti/ Icon Sportswire) (Photo by Mark Alberti/Icon Sportswire/Corbis via Getty Images) Week seven of the New York Knicks season ended with the team’s health in limbo. After losing Kristaps Porzingis to an ankle injury, Tim Hardaway Jr. was sidelined as well in Sunday’s afternoon game against the Orlando Magic. News of Hardaway’s injury came as a surprise and undoubtedly was a blow to the...

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Enes Kanter: New Fan Favorite in New York

Enes Kanter stood before a reporter after a 115-86 blowout win against the Miami Heat at MSG. The interview was short, he was asked about Kristaps Porzingis‘ health after his ankle was stepped on, early in the first quarter of the game. Before addressing the question, Kanter emphatically exclaimed his love for the New York fans. He called them an essential part to the team, they were the sixth man. His love for the fans and his team has made him a hands down favorite among all New York. Despite being a Knick for only a short time. Enes...

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New York Knicks Weekly Recap: Stay Off the Road

NEW YORK, UNITED STATES – MARCH 12: (R) Courtney Lee #5 blocked by (L) Brook Lopez #11 of New York Knicks during Brooklyn Nets vs New York Knicks NBA game in Barclays Center in Brooklyn borough of New York , U.S.A on March 12, 2017. (Photo by Mohammed Elshamy/Anadolu Agency/Getty Images) The New York Knicks got a quick start on the week winning their first two games. Then they went on the road, a place that hasn’t been too kind to this squad. New York lost their last two contests to leave them at an even 2-2 for week 6...

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New York Knicks Weekly Recap: Coup Against the King

Week five of the New York Knicks season did not go as planned. After handing a sizable loss to the Sacramento Kings, the Knicks hoped to keep the solid play going against the Cleveland Cavaliers. A lot of hype was created before the Knicks played the Cavs after LeBron James told reporters the Knicks should have drafted Dennis Smith Jr. An altercation ensued in the first half of the Knicks-Cavs game, when Frank Ntilikina shoved James out of the way. Enes Kanter immediately came to Ntilikina’s defense getting in James’ face. James got the last laugh however staging a...

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