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The Kings, playing in the second game at Staples Center on Sunday, would have been more the Knicks’ speed. Mike Woodson’s team, however, had no choice but to take on the Clippers’ high flyers in the opener because that’s what the schedule-maker ca
Share TweetThe Kings, playing in the second game at Staples Center on Sunday, would have been more the Knicks’ speed. Mike Woodson’s team, however, had no choice but to take on the Clippers’ high flyers in the opener because that’s what the schedule-maker ca
Melo gives media silent treatment after Knicks lose fourth straightUpdated Mar 17 Share TweetCarmelo Anthony, who missed his second straight game after having fluid drained from his right knee, declined to speak with reporters as he exited Staples Center following the Clippers 93-80 victory.Share TweetCarmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler won't be playing for the New York Knicks against the Los Angeles Clippers on Sunday.
Carmelo Anthony’s Knee Injury May Be Worse Than We Thought; The Indiana Pacers Should Be EmbarassedUpdated Mar 17 Share TweetSo who’s ready for a sh*tstorm of drama over the Knicks (mis)handling of Carmelo Anthony’s knee injury? In this NY Daily News article, Frank Isola details the unsurprising lack of transparency the team employs with relaying information between their mSource: dimemag.comShare TweetIt was like this with Pedro Martinez once, when the Mets went all-in with him as a way of trying to make it all the way back: You bought the talent, you bought all the wonder in his game, but you bought the drama, too.Share TweetOn his way out of the Student Activities Center gym at UCLA, Kenyon Martin, one of the few Knick big men not limping around or being examined by team doctors, did not have the answer for the two most pressing questions of the day: When are the Knicks go…
Clippers Send Shorthanded Knicks To 4th Straight LossMar 17Knicks fall to the Clippers 93-80 without All-Stars Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler.
Blake Griffin Alley-OopMar 17Clippers on the break, Chris Paul throws it up to Blake Griffin who finishes with the ferocious throw down.