This is the December 26, 2012 news archive. View today's Knicks rumors and news.
J.R. Smith caught an inbounds pass from Jason Kidd thrown with 1.0 seconds on the clock and drained a miracle jumper to give the Knicks a wild 99-97 win over the Phoenix Suns at US Airways Center Wednesday night.Share Tweet
Marcin Gortat Obliterates J.R. Smith’s DunkMarcin Gortat obliterates J.R. Smith’s Dunk attempt in tonight’s matchup between the Phoenix Suns and New York Knicks.Share Tweet
Jared Dudley Hustles for the Steal and DunkJared Dudley misses his shot but recovers the rock right out of Jason Kidd’s hands and goes up for the two-handed slam.Share Tweet
Jeremy Lin Cashes in a Reverse LayupHouston Rockets Jeremy Lin goes inside passed Minnesota Timberwolves defenders and cashes in a reverse layup.Share TweetStarters Carmelo Anthony and Raymond Felton missed the New York Knicks' game in Phoenix on Wednesday night because of injuries.Share Tweet
The Top 5 NBA Revenge Games Of 2012-13 So FarWe learned a few things while we all enjoyed ESPN and ABC’s quintuple header on Christmas with friends and family: the Lakers are back, the Clippers are legit, Houston seems to have found its legs, Oklahoma City still needs to figure out Miami, and LeBrShare TweetNEW YORK (AP) -- Doc Rivers left home for the holiday, lost the game, and loved every minute of it.Share Tweet
Quirks of the Game: N.B.A. Schedule Short-Circuits Rivalriesnytimes.com Dec 26, 2012The N.B.A. plays fewer intra-division games than any other sport, which means rivalries like Knicks-Nets don't get much time to grow.Share Tweet
LeBron & The Heat Deliver Something Special For OKC; Kobe & Carmelo Stage A Crazy DuelThe past year was a good one for LeBron James and the Miami Heat. Championships. Rings. Respect. Fear. They hogged all the goodies. Christmas day was no different. Yesterday’s NBA Finals rematch in Miami between the Heat and Thunder was a rugged, physicShare Tweet