Remember that little Knicks fan who sobbed like a baby when his team drafted Kristaps Porzingis?
The Knicks attempted to come back late in the fourth against the Heat by intentionally fouling Hassan Whiteside, a 51 percent career free throw shooter. But Whiteside went 4-6 on free throws in the quarter, and the Knicks lost by 17.
I don’t know the full story behind this savage own, which appears to have happened before, but I do know that this man is perhaps the world’s greatest agent of chaos:
Kobe Bryant played the Knicks in Madison Square Garden yesterday, which of course means he got to spend some time talking shit with Spike Lee. Thankfully, another fan sitting courtside recorded a bit of last night’s meeting between the two:
Carmelo Anthony has never been one to shy away from mixing it up with his fans and haters on social media, and his latest response to a rude Instagram commenter is that of a man who is feeling pretty fed up.
LaMarcus Aldridge, the premier NBA free agent this year, went on the Russillo Show to talk about his free agency and particularly his dealings with the New York Knicks, who suck.
Carmelo Anthony has made no secret of the fact that he cares deeply about his personal brand, greatly depleting his coolness levels. Now, he’s gone and launched himself into another level of lame-assness.
Do you wish you were a fly on the wall of the New York Knicks’ basura 2014-15 season? Of course not, but Charley Rosen was, and he’s filing dispatches to ESPN from the one day each month he spent with Phil Jackson during the course of it. He’s now up to January 10, four days after the Knicks traded J.R. Smith and Iman…
For days, we’ve been hearing about how the New York Knicks were targeting free-agent power forward Greg Monroe, so this morning’s report that Monroe has chosen to sign a max contract with the Milwaukee Bucks comes as a bit of a surprise.
I have no idea why pro tennis player CoCo Vandeweghe was asked for her opinion on Carmelo Anthony and the Knicks, other than the fact that her uncle is former NBA player and GM Kiki Vandeweghe, but I sure am glad it happened.
I’m just going to list some things the Knicks are doing.
Here’s Krzykyzffgzl so and so, the Knicks’ top draft pick last night, singing a song in his car. At first I didn’t like this:
Tonight the New York Knicks drafted Latvian forward Kristaps Porzingis with the fourth overall pick in the 2015 NBA Draft. Here are some images of Knicks fans reacting to this selection.
The Knicks have the fourth overall pick in tonight’s draft, which should guarantee them a shot at a very talented young player. But the rumor mill suggests they’re strongly considering taking Frank Kaminsky or trading the pick away, because the Knicks can always find a way to screw up a good thing. In the spirit of…
Phil Jackson’s Twitter is the gift that keeps on giving. After previously backing himself into a corner with his byzantine views of three-point shooting, Jackson AGAIN tried to stand up to the two-point bullies on the internet today:
The NBA held the annual draft lottery Tuesday night, and as usual it provided drama in equal measures of hope and disappointment. This is the order teams will be picking in next month:
This was an ugly season for the Knicks. How bad? Consider that New York's win total set by sportsbooks during October was 40.5 wins; at 17-65, the Knicks didn't even reach halfway.
Last night, Gregg Popovich's San Antonio Spurs somehow managed to lose an overtime game to the Knicks, a team that regularly turns possessions into crimes against humanity. This wasn't one of those games where Pop sat all of his starters, either. This was a full-strength squad getting beasted by the likes of Alexey…
The Knicks experienced a rare moment of good fortune in Sunday's game against the Suns, when Alexey Shved threw up a no-look shot in an attempt to draw a foul from Archie Goodwin. Somehow, the ball went in, giving Shved the chance at a three-point play.