With Amar’e Stoudemire returning from his recent back injury that kept him out of 13 games this season, the Knicks now have a much better chance of defeating the Miami Heat in Round 1 of the playoffs. I know the Heat blew them out 100-67 Saturday night. I know Iman Shumpert tore his ACL and won’t be playing the remainder of the playoffs. I know Tyson Chandler has the flu and didn’t look like himself at all in Game 1.
In a brainless flash of anger, Amar'e Stoudemire cut his New York Knicks off from any hope of advancing past the Miami Heat. Following Monday night's 104-94 defeat, which put the Knicks down 0-2 in their best of seven series against... Read Post
The New York Knicks' 104-94 Game 2 loss to the Miami Heat was ugly. The post-game scene in the Knicks' locker room was even uglier. After various reports, the Knicks have confirmed that Amar'e Stoudemire suffered a lacerated left ha... Read Post