Currently dealing with a heel injury, J.R. Smith will miss the New York Knicks' game against the San Antonio Spurs on Wednesday. The team's official Twitter feed provided the news: One of the more polarizing players in the league (per...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks are off to a dismal start with a franchise-worst record to start the season. In full disarray, the 'Bockers seem to be unraveling further as there have been reports by Chris Broussard of ESPN.com that detailed a heated...Show More Summary
Knicks star Carmelo Anthony and Spurs veterans Tim Duncan and Tony Parker are among several big names out of action for Wednesday night's game between New York and San Antonio.
The New York Knicks will look to snap a nine-game losing streak when they travel to the AT&T Center to take on the short-handed San Antonio Spurs Wednesday night. According to Jeff McDonald of the San Antonio Express-News, the SpursShow More Summary
San Antonio Spurs star forward Kawhi Leonard will miss Wednesday night's game against the New York Knicks with a hand injury. Paul Garcia of Project Spurs reported the details of Leonard's status: Leonard, the reigning NBA Finals MVP,...Show More Summary
Alarming trends are emerging in the Big Apple, where the New York Knicks continue to lose games in every way imaginable. Looking at their record, realizing they're a mere half-game better than the tanking Philadelphia 76ers, it's easy to ignore deep data dives and instead deem the Knicks a hopeless case. Show More Summary
The splintering New York Knicks are already in terrible shape, and now their disastrous season could be taking a turn for the worse. Carmelo Anthony has been playing on a […] The post Report: Carmelo Anthony May Require Knee Surgery appeared first on SLAMonline.
The New York Knicks are on a nine-game losing straight, and there are signs of inner turmoil. ESPN's Chris Broussard reported on Tuesday that players are fighting with each other and attacking Carmelo Anthony for shooting too much. More...Show More Summary
Andjustwhenyouthoughtthingscouldn’tgetanyworseforthe4-19NewYorkKnicks,nowthey’refightingeachother.AccordingtoanESPNreport,CarmeloAnthonyandTimHardaway,Jr.exchangedwordslastweekduringalosstotheBrooklynNets.SourcessaidthemosttensionexShow More Summary
Less than two months into the 2014-15 NBA season, things could not be worse for the New York Knicks. Their latest setback involves star Carmelo Anthony, who is dealing with a knee injury and could be sidelined. According to Marc Berman...Show More Summary
Stuck in the throes of a franchise-worst start, the 4-19 New York Knicks aren't doling out smiles or hugs among one another. Go figure. Losing breeds infighting. The Knicks have done a lot of losing. Now, according to ESPN The Magazine's...Show More Summary
The (4-19) New York Knicks and their “loser’s mentality” are in the midst of an ugly nine-game losing streak, but they still have a fighting spirit. Reportedly, the locker room […] The post Report: Carmelo Anthony Threatened to Beat up Teammate Tim Hardaway Jr appeared first on SLAMonline.
The Knicks' star wasn't happy with how Tim Hardaway Jr. complained in his direction about a rebound. Also: the players are reportedly souring on the Triangle offense. Building frustration in the New York Knicks' locker room nearly led to a fight between star player Carmelo Anthony and second-year guard Tim Hardaway Jr. Show More Summary
The New York Knicks are off to their worst start in franchise history at 4-19. They're on a nine-game losing streak and are only half a game ahead of the tanking Philadelphia 76ers in the standings. According to an ESPN report from Chris...Show More Summary
Things are going horribly for the New York Knicks, who have won just four games and, according to team president/Zen master Phil Jackson have “a loser’s mentality.” Now, ESPN reports that players are getting short with one another. Last week, according to Chris Broussard, Tim Hardaway Jr. screamed “Get a rebound” during a game and […]
When trading Tyson Chandler to the Dallas Mavericks, the New York Knicks probably assumed they were getting rid of damaged goods. As Chandler continues to produce one of the best seasons of his career in 2014-15, that perception appears...Show More Summary
The New York Knicks have struggled mightily this season even with superstar forward Carmelo Anthony playing well, which doesn't bode well for them now that Melo is ailing. According to Al Iannazzone of Newsday, Anthony is dealing with...Show More Summary
The New Orleans Pelicans looked to build a bit of momentum on Tuesday night, when they took on the New York Knicks. The Pelicans snapped a two-game skid their last time out and faced a Knicks squad which had lost eight straight contests. Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Carmelo Anthony knew what he was getting into. The full-flux roster, Phil Jackson’s philosophical overhaul, the risky runs at big-name sidekicks—all par for the course, so long as his ledger and legacy could be made whole. But “rebuilding” hardly describes what the New York Knicks are doing. Show More Summary
The first quarter of the NBA season has not disappointed, but it's left us with more questions than answers. Will the New York Knicks figure things out under Phil Jackson and Derek Fisher? Can LeBron James steer the Cleveland Cavaliers...Show More Summary