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Knicks return to 'old-school' formula to win gamesUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetThis is how the New York Knicks used to play, before the franchise tumbled into mediocrity and misery.Source: nba.com
Camby, Chandler see selves in rookie DavisUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetA stop Tuesday night in New Orleans represents the latest game against a team with a losing record for the rolling Knicks, but the Hornets aren't likely to remain a bottom-rung team in the NBA with Anthony Davis in the post.
Why Memphis Is Both An NBA Title Contender And PretenderUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetMemphis handily beat the then-undefeated New York Knicks on Friday night, the seventh in a row for the Grizzlies after losing their opening game to the Clippers. Combined combined with their victory over surprisingly frisky Charlotte a day later, they n…Source: dimemag.com
Rob Mahoney: The Fundamentals: Lin facing new challenges during his second actUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetOn the heels of his meteoric rise and monstrous contract, Jeremy Lin has looked mortal in Act II of his NBA career. Rob Mahoney breaks down Lin's struggles, plus other emerging trends.Source: CNNSI.com
Knicks Insider: Kidd's headband not for the lookUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetJason Kidd juked Indiana’s Lance Stephenson into the air with a head fake he has attempted hundreds of times in his NBA career. But the first-quarter play in the Knicks’ 88-76 win at the Garden resulted in seven stitches to the top of Kidd's head, asShare TweetDonnie Walsh began to rebuild the Knicks team in 2008, when he was president and general manager. Walsh, now the president of basketball operations for Indiana, saw up-close how much the Knicks have improved when they played the Pacers on Sunday.Share TweetLOS ANGELES (AP) -- Mike D'Antoni is postponing his debut on the Los Angeles Lakers' bench, giving the coach a few more days to recover from recent knee replacement surgery.Source: CNNSI.com
It's time to give James Dolan credit for turning Carmelo Anthony-led NY Knicks into winnersUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetYou know the guy, Jim Dolan. He impaired this franchise for a dozen years, alienating fans and media alike with higher ticket prices and no big victories. Fair is fair, though. If we blamed him for this jumble, we can laud him for the Knicks' 7-1 start.