• Knicks' Davis leaves Game 4 with knee injury

    Summary of 34 articles · Updated May 10, 2012
    Knicks' guard Baron Davis will undergo surgery later this week after an MRI on Monday revealed major damage to his right knee, according to the Knicks. With the Knicks winning Game 4, is all of the heat on Miami? If, as expected, Davis misses Game 5, the Knicks will be left with two point guards on the roster Toney Douglas and Mike Bibby. That is, unless Lin returns. But Wednesday, when they said they were here to force a Game 6 on Friday, it was back to the dysfunctional Knicks, with Anthony firing up 31...
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    • AMICK: Burning questions about Knicks' future

      The Knicks are done but, per usual with them, the drama and speculation will only continue. What will happen to their coach? And their star players? Sam Amick breaks it all down.
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • The New York Knicks? Gone till November

      Let's start with what we know: The 2011-12 edition of the New York Knicks was the best team the franchise has put on the floor in 12 years. You can argue that a fact like that doesn't say a whole hell of a lot, given the dilapidated decade the Knicks tu…
      Source: yahoo.com
    • Smith: Knicks' confidence Heats up

      As far as injuries are concerned, the Knicks’ season has been a nightmare on 33rd St. From Jeremy Lin to Iman Shumpert to Amar’e Stoudemire to Baron Davis, key player after key player has gone down at the worst possible time.
    • Knicks' Davis out full year with shredded knee

      An MRI on Monday revealed that New York Knicks point guard Baron Davis has suffered a partial tear of the patella tendon in his right knee and complete tears of the right anterior cruciate and medial collateral ligaments, according to the team.
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Knicks' Davis leaves game on stretcher after knee injury

      Knicks guard Baron Davis was carted off the court on a stretcher with what appeared to be a severe knee injury in the third quarter Sunday against the Miami Heat.
      Source: nba.com
  • NY Knicks need more than Carmelo Anthony, Amar'e Stoudemire and Tyson Chandler to beat Miami Heat

    The day after the Knicks were booted out of the NBA playoffs in the first round by the Heat - the team most likely to be crowned champion - they were right back where they started the season.
  • Smith: Catching Heat is no slam dunk

    The day after the Knicks were booted out of the NBA playoffs in the first round by the Heat - the team most likely to be crowned champion - they were right back where they started the season.
  • LeBron & Co. put end to Knicks' season

    The Knicks' turbulent season is over, while the Heat are just getting started. LeBron James and Co. easily finished New York in Game 5, winning 106-94 and advancing to play the Pacers.
    Source: CNNSI.com
    • Heat finish Knicks, get Pacers next

      MIAMI (AP) LeBron James was still on the court, enjoying the moment after ousting the New York Knicks , when the first questions came about what's next for the Miami Heat .
      Source: CNNSI.com
    • GAME 5: Heat 106, Knicks 94

      Onward to the second round! The Heat dispatched the Knicks in five games, closing out the series with a blowout victory on Wednesday. It was the Heat's first playoff series victory against the Knicks since 1997. The Heat has 15...
    • LeBron, Heat hold off Knicks, close out series

      LeBron James had 29 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, and the Miami Heat beat the New York Knicks 106-94 on Wednesday night to win the Eastern Conference first-round series in five games.
      Source: ESPN.com
  • LeBron Closes Out The Knicks; The Clippers Get Destroyed

    Say what you want about Carmelo Anthony, but at least he competed. At the end of five games, he finished with the same number of point as LeBron James. The only problem was ‘Bron had four wins and he only had one. The Heat are moving on and the Knicks a
    Source: dimemag.com
  • Lawrence: N.Y. won’t ever get by Miami duo 

    MIAMI - Knicks fans, at least the ones who know that winning one playoff game doesn’t mean this team has returned from basketball oblivion, aren’t the only people who wanted to see a fight out of their favorite NBA club in Game 5.
    • Just like Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen, NY Knicks won't ever get past Heat's LeBron James and Dwyane Wade

      Now you wonder if the Knicks can ever get by Miami in a playoff series, as long as James and Wade play together. The answer, for now, is a resounding, no.
  • Jeremy Lin is making the right choice by sitting, even though it stinks

    The New York Knicks head into a do-or-die Game 5 against the Miami Heat on Wednesday night as double-digit underdogs expected to go home on the business end of a gentleman's sweep. There are plenty of reasons for that - the fact that Miami's been a sign
    Source: yahoo.com
  • Jeremy Lin misses playoffs against Heat because NY Knicks’ mysterious handling of knee injury keeps hero on bench 

    The Jeremy Lin story, the one about the undrafted kid from Harvard becoming an international phenomenon overnight, sounded like one of those feel-good Disney movies. But in the movies, the hero plays.
  • Lin unwilling to play with knee only '85 percent'

    The Knicks' Jeremy Lin tried to get his surgically repaired left knee healthy enough to return to the team's series against the Heat but said Wednesday that the knee never felt more than 85 percent strong.
    Source: ESPN.com
    • Lin Held Out Hope for a First-Round Return

      Knicks point guard Jeremy Lin said that he worked hard to beat the schedule for returning from his knee injury but that he isn't ready to play.
    • Lin taking cautious approach with injured left knee

      Jeremy Lin knows he would have been rusty and probably not in great shape if he tried to play for the New York Knicks in this playoff series against the Miami Heat.
      Source: nba.com
    • MSG Network focusing on Jeremy Lin saving NY Knicks season vs. Miami Heat is crazy line of thinking

      Celebratory streamers, normally reserved for champions, not a basketball corpse desperately staving off elimination, had not been swept off the Garden floor Sunday. That was no concern to Al (Wiggie) Trautwig. He did what snake-oil salesmen do best.
    • Knicks' Lin Has Hurdles to Clear Before a Return

      Point guard Jeremy Lin, who had surgery April 2 to repair a torn meniscus, is not in game shape, has yet to play five-on-five and has not received medical clearance to return.
      Source: nytimes.com
    • Bibby shakes off rust to pitch in

      Mike Bibby wasn’t worried about his stat line or about the chance to play big minutes. He had no interest in running the Knicks or being on the court in the waning moments of the club’s first playoff victory in 11 years.
  • Baron Davis suffers very serious knee injury, might never play again

    In the third quarter of Sunday's New York Knicks win over the Miami Heat, veteran point guard Baron Davis suffered a horrific knee injury (available to view here, if you like awful things). He was taken off in a stretcher, and pretty much everyone watch…
    Source: yahoo.com

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