Amar’e Stoudemire knows his contract won’t allow him to go anywhere and he wants Mike Woodson to make a commitment to make a frontcourt of Stoudemire, Carmelo Anthony and Tyson Chandler work. “We never gave it a chance,” Stoudemire said after Indiana’s 106-99 victory eliminated the Knicks from the postseason. “So I think just the opportunity [...]
The New York Knicks are still alive and kicking in the NBA Playoffs, but if they are to complete the comeback and defeat the Indiana Pacers, they're going to need better production across the board. One player in particular who needs...Show More Summary
The Indiana Pacers entered Thursday night with the chance to eliminate the New York Knicks. They knew a victory wouldn't come easily, especially not when starting point guard George Hill was ruled out with a concussion. And not when facing a team fighting for its playoff life in front of its raucous hometown crowd. Show More Summary
Pacers guard Lance Stephenson tried to get cute near the end of the second quarter when he elevated for what would've been a vicious tomahawk dunk in traffic over New York Knicks center Tyson Chandler. It even looked for a second like he had a chance. He didn't. Read more...
JR Smith has forgotten how to shoot, Tyson Chandler looks exhausted, Steve Novak is MIA, and Mike Woodson has permanent shell-shock face—and the Knicks face elimination in a stressful Game 5 tonight against the Indiana Pacers. Can they...Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony spoke in a whisper. J.R. Smith took blame for this collapse. Tyson Chandler had no criticism, just praise for the Pacers. Mike Woodson seemed stunned their shotmaking has gone so wayward, so quickly. The Knicks have sunk in a deep hole, a series deficit from which the franchise never has recovered. The Knicks offense [...]
Lance Stephenson of the Pacers and Tyson Chandler of the Knicks nearly came to blows with Chandler taking exception to something and threatening to throw an elbow. But in one of the more bizarre scenes you'll see in an NBA game, the referee broke them up but never stopped the game. Show More Summary
With the New York Knicks and Indiana Pacers locked in a pivotal Game 4 in Indiana, Tyson Chandler set the tone early with a hard shove, and Amar'e Stoudemire followed closely with a tech of his own a few minutes later. With two minutes left in the first quarter, Chandler took offense to some physicality by Roy Hibbert under the hoop after D.J. Show More Summary
All may not be well in New York. Following the New York Knicks’ Game 3 loss to the Indiana Pacers, Tyson Chandler (of all people) was more than critical of the team’s offense. He took jabs at the Knicks lack of ball movement that everyone and their extended family interpreted as indirect shots at Carmelo [...]
Last year, Tyson Chandler of the Knicks was named NBA Defensive Player of the Year. But the strange thing is that didn’t make the all-NBA first team. He was named to the second team. This year, he was the same situation with Marc Gasol. Gasol, this year’s DPOY was named to the second team. Perhaps [...]
The three-pointers aren't falling, but the shots keep on coming for the New York Knicks. In a matter of speaking that is. In conjunction with New York's most recent loss to the Indiana Pacers, Tyson Chandler has called out the Knicks' offense (via Frank Isola of the New York Daily News): Honestly, we’re doing it to ourselves. Show More Summary
Carmelo Anthony wants to have a couple of words with Tyson Chandler before the Knicks try to even their series against Indiana Tuesday night. Anthony didn’t sound too happy about Chandler saying the Knicks are playing selfishly and guys are trying to win games on their own. Chandler never mentioned anyone by name, but it’s widely [...]
Keeping in the mind the Knicks have never won a playoff series after losing the first game at home... Game 4 Tuesday - Pacers lead, 2-1 - is kind of a big deal.
With the Indiana Pacers owning the size advantage in this second-round series, the New York Knicks need to play bigger defensively and on the boards. That especially goes for Tyson Chandler. But in the Knicks’ Game 1 loss on Sunday, Chandler was a no-show. Looking ahead, no matter how many points Carmelo Anthony and J.R. Smith score, [...]
If you are a regular reader of this blog, by now you know that NBA All-Star Tyson Chandler of the New York Knicks is a huge UNICEF supporter. We’ve worked closely with Tyson and the NBA this year on a number of initiatives that support UNICEF’s mission of creating a world where ZERO children are [...] The post Tyson Chandler’s Big Assist appeared first on UNICEF FieldNotes.
It's natural to focus on all the Knicks celebrating Raymond Felton's huge, buzzer-beating three at the end of the third quarter of today's Boston win. Melo is pumped up. So is Tyson Chandler are pumped. Steve Novak is undoubtedly doing a very subtle discount double check that we just can't see. Read more...