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Tag Archives: New York Knicks
Diss Guy: Jason Collins I wrote and rewrote this section numerous times before eventually giving up: I just don’t have anything to say that Jason Collins didn’t already say so himself. I applaud the bravery it surely took to become … Continue reading
As we pass the halfway mark of the season, there are some players and teams that are dramatically outpacing preseason expectations. Are these surprising performances for real, or are some players and teams simply flying too close to the sun? … Continue reading
It’s BACON! I mean, it’s the NBA regular season! That means one thing! Well, no, it means many things, but this is one thing that it means! Games of the Week! Yeah! Sorry guys, I’m a little nervous! This season … Continue reading
My self-summary My old friend Donnie Walsh suggested I join this thing, though I’m not quite sure about it. There is no hiding the fact that I am a very old team, and I think that sometimes my days would … Continue reading
If I may: a brief word about Jeremy Lin, who has seemingly taken his talents to the Houston Rockets. So, if it was my choice (and I guess it is my choice, seeing as how this is my blog and … Continue reading
The year is 2012 and I’m 26 years old. I’m nearing the end of another Saturday shift, trying to sneak peaks at my phone to keep track of playoff action. The only game on is the Heat versus the Knicks. … Continue reading
Pooping and hooping — what could be better? Knicks Know Lin’s Price, but his Value? Not Exactly. Howard Beck New York Times Howard Beck delivers perhaps the finest summation of Linsanity in terms of both social/cultural impact (as well as … Continue reading