Friday and the weekend: abiding cold, the Knicks extend their record losing streak, and the year so far in pictures.
In a game that predictably finished as a blowout, James Harden and the Houston Rockets beat the New York Knicks, 120-96 on Thursday at Madison Square Garden. The home fans showed their approval for the now 5-34 Knicks by raining down...Show More Summary
The Houston Rockets obliterated the New York Knicks, 120-96, Thursday night to hand the Eastern Conference cellar-dwellers a franchise-record 14th straight loss. Trotting out a starting lineup consisting of Jason Smith, Cole Aldrich,...Show More Summary
Despite the best efforts of rookie head coach Derek Fisher, the New York Knicks have stumbled out to an NBA-worst 5-33 record. Suffice it to say, he's likely running out of ideas for timeouts. In one of the Knicks' first timeouts against...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks, at 5-33, have the NBA's worst record, which isn't sitting well with their fans. Some fans in the front row Thursday night decided to show how upset they are with the ultimate display of fan disapproval: wearing paper...Show More Summary
Is this when the New York Knicks finally win their sixth game of the season? The reeling franchise has dropped 13 outings in a row and will now prepare to go to war without three rotation members from earlier in the season. J.R. Smith...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks made franchise history Wednesday night by dropping their 13th game in a row in a 101-91 loss to the Washington Wizards. The Knicks have the worst record in the league at 5-33. They traded Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith...Show More Summary
Wednesday's 101-91 defeat at the hands of the Washington Wizards marked a 13th consecutive loss for the New York Knicks, setting a new franchise record for the longest losing streak in a single season, per Sportsnet Stats. Following a Monday trade that saw the team send guards J.R. Show More Summary
Somewhere on a courtside seat at Madison Square Garden, there’s a wisp-like impression of Carmelo Anthony’s soul. Fans watching carefully at the New York Knicks’ Wednesday night boondoggle against the Washington Wizards might’ve noticed Anthony’s spirit escape his body. Show More Summary
ESPN will show less of the last-place New York Knicks, who have lost a single-season franchise-record 13 consecutive games. The Walt Disney Co. network will no longer televise New York's Feb. 6 game... To view the full story, click the title link.
The New York Knicks suffered a 101-91 drubbing last night at the hands of the Washington Wizards. The loss puts their record at 5-33 (not a typo) and extended their franchise-record losing streak to 13 games. There is much you could say about this stretched of sustained futility. You could talk about the injuries. (Oh, […]
We go deep with the New York Times' Scott Cacciola in the long-awaited season debut of the Drive & KIck podcast. After trading Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith to the Cleveland Cavaliers, the New York Knicks have officially bottomed out....Show More Summary
Bring on the offseason. Major personnel changes this week made it clear the New York Knicks have made next season the priority and this one expendable, which is bad news for some characters and golden opportunities for others. During...Show More Summary
The Washington Wizards looked to build a bit of momentum on Wednesday when they took on the struggling New York Knicks. The Wizards snapped a three-game skid their last time out and faced a Knicks squad desperate to end its own 12-game losing streak. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
That's Cole Aldrich, starting center for the New York Knicks, draining a sweet turnaround hook shot on the invisible ghost-hoop six feet to the right of the regular one. Good move. Read more...
Even if J.R. Smith doesn't know a team's system, he's going to play his game. Smith was traded from the New York Knicks to the Cleveland Cavaliers on Monday. On Wednesday, he will make his team debut when the Cavaliers host the Houston...Show More Summary
J.R. Smith’s time with the New York Knicks had a little bit of everything: winning, losing, excitement, disappointment, genuine jubilation and near-constant headache. Along with Iman Shumpert, the 29-year-old shooting guard was sent to the Cleveland Cavaliers in what was a cap-freeing salary dump by Knicks president Phil Jackson on Monday, Jan. Show More Summary
Don't think that Phil Jackson is done wheeling and dealing for his New York Knicks. Parting ways with Iman Shumpert and J.R. Smith, then subsequently waiving Samuel Dalembert, was only the beginning of a plan that involves opening up as much cap space as possible for the upcoming offseason. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks signed guard Langston Galloway of the NBA Development League’s Westchester Knicks, to a 10-day contract today, President Phil Jackson announced. This marks Westchester’s first-ever Call-Up. Galloway, who was named as one of the franchise’s Affiliate Players after attending training camp with New York, is the league’s 14th overall NBA Development League [...]
The New York Knicks have waived forwards Lou Amundson and Lance Thomas and center Alex Kirk, President Phil Jackson announced. All three players were acquired as part of a three-team trade on January 5, 2015. After a season of struggle that has led to a lot of losing, the Knicks appear to be in full rebuild mode, parting [...]