This is the January 25, 2013 news archive. View today's Knicks rumors and news.

New York Knicks News and Rumors

The Knicks, the Lakers and Lin: Answers to Readers' Questions

The Knicks, the Lakers and Lin: Answers to Readers' Questions

nytimes.com Updated Jan 25, 2013
Howard Beck, the N.B.A. reporter for The Times, answers questions from readers.
Upvote Share Tweet
  • All signs point to Felton returning to Knicks

    All signs point to Felton returning to Knicks

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    Raymond Felton is expected to be back in the starting lineup after missing 12 games with a broken right pinkie. Felton went through practice at Temple on Friday, and afterward Mike Woodson announced that the point guard, assuming he doesn’t have any set
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • With Melo flourishing, 'it makes sense' to keep Amar'e on bench

    With Melo flourishing, 'it makes sense' to keep Amar'e on bench

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    Amar’e Stoudemire’s days as a backup don’t appear to be ending anytime soon. Mike Woodson said on Friday that “it makes sense now” to keep Stoudemire on the bench with the Knicks winning and Carmelo Anthony flourishing at power forward.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Carmelo Anthony Walks Out Of Boston A Winner; DeMar DeRozan Has…

    Carmelo Anthony Walks Out Of Boston A Winner; DeMar DeRozan Has A Dagger Up His Sleeve

    dimemag.com Jan 25, 2013
    Celtics vs. Knicks felt like not just a big game, but a priority. This was appointment viewing after the trash-talk episode that landed the last Celtics-Knicks game on the front page of every sports page in the country. It’s the kind of episode that we
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • NY Knicks show that they are tough enough to go into hostile Bo…

    NY Knicks show that they are tough enough to go into hostile Boston enviornment and win a game

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    This wasn’t just a night to see how Carmelo Anthony would react to Kevin Garnett and whatever trash Garnett was going to send Melo’s way, as much as it was billed as the main event at the TD Garden. For Mike Woodson, this was a night to see if his tea
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Lawrence: For one night, Knicks tough enough

    Lawrence: For one night, Knicks tough enough

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    This wasn’t just a night to see how Carmelo Anthony would react to Kevin Garnett and whatever trash Garnett was going to send Melo’s way, as much as it was billed as the main event at the TD Garden. For Mike Woodson, this was a night to see if his tea
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Knicks Insider: Chandler tabbed All-Star reserve

    Knicks Insider: Chandler tabbed All-Star reserve

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    Carmelo Anthony won’t be the lone Knick All-Star this year. Teammate Tyson Chandler was among the Eastern Conference reserves named Thursday night for the Feb. 17 game in Houston, as voted by the league’s coaches.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • NY Knicks All-Star Carmelo Anthony lets his play speak for itse…

    NY Knicks All-Star Carmelo Anthony lets his play speak for itself in win over Kevin Garnett and Boston Celtics

    nydailynews.com Jan 25, 2013
    The last time the Knicks played the Celtics, Carmelo Anthony went looking for Kevin Garnett at the Celtics’ bus after the game. This time, in Boston, Anthony just helped win the game for the Knicks. Went to his own bus with a “W,” went to his own bu
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Trouble In Beantown: For the first time since 2006, the Celtics…

    Trouble In Beantown: For the first time since 2006, the Celtics lost a…

    CNNSI.com Jan 25, 2013
    For the first time since 2006, the Celtics lost at home to the Knicks 89-86. With a five-game skid and a tough stretch ahead, Boston can't keep underachieving, says Ian Thomsen.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Ian Thomsen: Things not getting any easier for Celtics after ho…

    Ian Thomsen: Things not getting any easier for Celtics after home loss to Knicks

    CNNSI.com Jan 25, 2013
    The Celtics are one of the NBA's few underachieving teams without a built-in excuse. Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry, all 35 or older, have yet to miss a game. The same goes for everyone in their nine-man rotation but Rajon Rondo and Avery Br…
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • The Sports Guy on Knicks-Celtics

    The Sports Guy on Knicks-Celtics

    grantland.com Jan 25, 2013
    Taking in Knicks-Celtics with a few words and a bunch of pictures.
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • We Went There: Knicks-Celtics Bring the Rumors and Melodrama at…

    We Went There: Knicks-Celtics Bring the Rumors and Melodrama at North Station

    grantland.com Jan 25, 2013
    Just four days after their red, white, and blue football team was squeezed out of the NFL playoffs, Boston's sports fans rose from the ashes and reass...
    Upvote Share Tweet
  • Video - Who Handled The Situation Better? 06:55

    Who Handled The Situation Better?

    Jan 25
    Stephen A. Smith and Skip Bayless discuss whether Kevin Garnett or Carmelo Anthony handled the situation better Thursday night.

Sports Columnists

  • ABC Sunday Dime

    Jan 25
    ABC Sunday Dime
  • Ian Thomsen: Things not getting any easier for Celtics after home loss to …

    Jan 25
    The Celtics are one of the NBA's few underachieving teams without a built-in excuse. Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Jason Terry, all 35 or older, have yet to miss a game. The same goes for everyone in their nine-man rotation but Rajon Rondo and Avery Br…
  • The Sports Guy on Knicks-Celtics

    Jan 25
    Taking in Knicks-Celtics with a few words and a bunch of pictures.