Knicks Fans Proving Their Ignorance and Impatience

From rapper Fabolous to Stephen A. Smith, Knicks fans are voicing their displeasure with drafting little known Kristaps Porzingis, a 7’2” Latvian forward with tremendous potential. Porzingis could be a star in the future, but he’ll have to live in the gym and the weight room to make himself a better player. When his… » 6/27/15 4:03pm 6/27/15 4:03pm

The 5 Most Annoying Things You Can Do In Pick-up Basketball

Whether playing in the backyard, at the local gym, or at the city park, most basketball fans have played pick-up hoops at some point in their lives. In almost every game, there's at least one or two players who single themselves out as being the most irritating players on the floor. Here are the top five things a… » 1/09/14 7:22am 1/09/14 7:22am

With One Play, Iman Shumpert Breathes Life Into Knicks

In June of 1999, the New York Knicks were playing the San Antonio Spurs in game 5 of the NBA finals. Mid-way through the third quarter, then Knicks point guard Charlie Ward stole the ball from San Antonio's point guard Avery Johnson. Ward made a pass to Latrell Sprewell who charged down the floor for a two-handed jam… » 1/03/14 3:14pm 1/03/14 3:14pm

With MSG Renovation Complete, All The Mystique Is Gone

In December of 2006, I was visiting friends in New York City, and found myself standing outside Madison Square Garden. It occurred to me that the Knicks would play the Charlotte Bobcats in about an hour. With ten ice cold blocks still separating me from my friends, who were camped out at a bar near Times Square, I… » 10/29/13 6:15am 10/29/13 6:15am

B-More Proves a Worthy Destination For NBA Expansion

On a humid fall evening in Baltimore, ticket scalpers gather outside Baltimore Arena. While they would normally be selling concert tickets at this venue, tonight they're pushing tickets for the Knicks vs. Wizards game, the first NBA exhibition match in the city since 1999, and hometown hero Carmelo Anthony's first pro… » 10/18/13 10:42am 10/18/13 10:42am