This is the November 24, 2012 news archive. View today's Knicks rumors and news.
Share TweetA glance at the box score told Carmelo Anthony that at least one go-to-scorer was getting to the foul line. James Harden, the Houston Rockets’ best player, attempted 16 free throws in Friday’s win. Anthony took two.
The Score Hears: Melo's hitting all the right notesUpdated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetCarmelo Anthony is full of surprises this season. He’s surprised Knicks fans with his commitment to defense, but he’s also turning heads with his musical talents.Share TweetOn Friday night, Jeremy Lin faced the Knicks, the team with whom he became a sudden star, and found ways to contribute beyond scoring.
Knicks Find Winning Formula Without StoudemireUpdated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetShould Coach Mike Woodson decide to start the highly paid Amar'e Stoudemire, the move could jeopardize a fragile system that makes the most of the Knicks' tight nine-man rotation.Source: nytimes.com
Chandler Parsons Maims The Knicks; Brooklyn’s Defense Does The ImpossibleUpdated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetThe Knicks rarely found themselves on the losing end of the turnover battle in their undefeated start to this season. They also never had someone so thoroughly at ease against their defense until Chandler Parsons‘ first half Friday. The Rockets forwardSource: dimemag.com
Rocket Men: The Rockets dismantled the defensive-minded Knick…Updated Nov 24, 2012 Share TweetThe Rockets dismantled the defensive-minded Knicks 131-103. Rob Mahoney explains that with multiple scoring threats and strong rebounding, this Houston offense is not a fluke.Source: CNNSI.com
Felton The Solution?Nov 24Bruce Bowen thinks that Raymond Felton is a great fit for the Knicks and Jason Kidd has been doing a fantastic job mentoring him.
Andrew Bynum of Philadelphia 76ers out indefinitelyNov 24Andrew Bynum is out indefinitely and there's no timetable set for his first game with the Philadelphia 76ers.