Posts under Tag: New York Knicks
Previewing NBA Teams As Presidential Candidates

Tweet The NBA is barely a week into its regular season. Draymond Green hasn’t even stretched for his first Rockette kick. Alternatively, the general election cycle is also closing in on two years of campaigning and punditry analysis. Thankfully, the end is near. The intersection of these two events inspired a novel idea. Recently, Pat Buchanan used the term, “political athlete” [&hellip

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Pacers top Knicks in 6, Advance to Eastern Conference Finals

Tweet The Indiana Pacers ended the New York Knicks’ season on Saturday with a 106-99 victory, winning the series 4-2. The Pacers will play the Miami Heat on Wednesday for game one of the eastern conference finals. This marks the seventh conference finals appearance for the Pacers since they joined the NBA in 1976, and their first appearance in nine [&hellip

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The Sudden Decline of Amare Stoudemire

Tweet May 2, 2012 – Amare Stoudemire has encountered a ton of adversity this season. Anytime, ex-Mavs/Lakers malcontent Lamar Odom decides to whine about the adversity he’s endured this season, he should look to Stoudemire’s year for perspective. On the court, Stoudemire averaged his fewest points per game since his rookie year, a career low in rebounds and his lowest field goal percentage since his [&hellip

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Will The Dormant Lebron-Carmelo Rivalry Finally Blossom?

Tweet Apr 27, 2012 – It seems like decades ago that 18-year old phenom Lebron James and 19-year old national champion, Carmelo Anthonyembarked on their NBA careers with a mountain of expectations on their teenage shoulders. James appeared destined to lift the moribundCleveland Cavaliers franchise from perennial bottom feeders while Anthony brought relevancy and hope to the downtrodden Denver Nuggets. Part of the anticipation [&hellip

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Final Duns(TEN) Observations on the Knicks Regular Season

Tweet 1) Back when NBA fans were frivolously arguing over Jeremy Lin’sinclusion in the Rookie-Sophomore Game, I was wondering why the same fans weren’t clamoring for Steve Novak’s inclusion in the Three Point Shootout. Novak was signed as a “stretch four” in Mike D’Antoni’s offense and the Knicks’ three-point archer has far surpassed expectations. Scratch that. There were no expectations for the unknown 6-foot-10 [&hellip

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