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Knicks Searching for Answers

LAKERS 121, KNICKS 107 The day after, the Knicks had “a much-needed hard practice,” according to Courtney Lee. “It got a little chippy … ┬áThat’s what we needed.” And that was just on the court. In the realm of social media, team president Phil Jackson made his first comments in over a month when he […]

Should Hernangomez Continue to Come off the Bench?

Deja Vu: Knicks Drop Another Heartbreaker

SUNS 107, KNICKS 105 As Carmelo Anthony sat on the scorer’s table with a blank stare as yet another opponent celebrated a last-second win on The Garden court, a friend texted me that this Knicks team just finds new ways to lose. I disagree. These gut-wrenching defeats have a common theme and a similar feel. […]

Knicks’ Reserves Show Fortitude, Beat Boston

KNICKS 117, CELTICS 106 The players telling Jeff Hornacek that they do believe they can make the playoffs wasn’t the best thing he heard Wednesday night in Boston. The fact that they backed it up with one of their best efforts of the season proved it wasn’t just hollow talk. No, the best thing that┬áHornacek […]

Knicks Lose Heartbreaker to Hawks On MLK Day

HAWKS 108, KNICKS 107 Jeff Hornacek made changes, but the issues remained the same. And while Carmelo Anthony tried to put some recent controversy behind him, his missed put-back attempt with three seconds left was the latest in a series of frustrations that have piled up after these games like the sweat-soaked towels on the […]

Should Melo Start at Power Forward?

KNICKS 104, BULLS 89 Al Trautwig turned to me at the start of the postgame show and asked, “What did we learn from this game?” The answer came easy: Carmelo Anthony is a more effective player at both ends of the floor, at this point of his career, at the power forward spot. Of course, […]