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Open Thread Night: Fanatics Live Blog Knicks v. Wizards (@ 7:00pm)

  The Knicks (3-8) loss to the Pacers was very promising.  It was the best defensive basketball they've played for four consecutive quarters in the same game this season.  Please note that Beno Udrih started at point guard and Raymond Felton was on the bench.  Hurray.  

Knicks & Nets Plan To Win Now Backfiring

The NBA season is young.  Teams need time to find their stride.  Whatever it may be the Eastern Conference in the NBA (outside of Miami) is looking slow and old.  The Western Conference however is thriving. It feels like a turkey overstuffed.  Not with stuffing but with talent.  Like that the Portland Trail Blazers can […]

Open Thread Night: Fanatics Live Blog Knicks v. Detroit Pistons (7:30pm)

  Chris Smith is gone to the D-League, but J.R. Smith may still want to defend his brother's honor against Pistons' point guard Brandon Jennings.  It is unlikely that the mercurial, and often immature J.R. Smith will say anything beyond a tweet or a twerp to Jennings, after he was hit with a $25,000 fine […]

Bargnani Finally Shows Up As Knicks Beat Bobcats

Andrea Bargnani, the Knicks center/forward, finally showed up in the Knicks 101-91 of the Patrick Ewing coached Hornets. The embattled Bargnani scored 25 points, blocked five shots, grabbed 8 rebounds and dished 3 assists as he replaced the injured Tyson Chandler at center. Coach Woodson was very pleased with Bargnani's play. Woodson also admitted that […]

Open Thread Night: Fanatics Live Blog Knicks v. Charlotte Bobcats (7:00pm)

Tonight, the Knicks tryagain to handle the Bobcats, but this time they do it without their big man Tyson Chandler.  In the Knicks102-97 los to the Bobcats on Tuesday, although our heroes cut the score to a two point differential late in the 4th, the Knick continued to fail defensively.  It is doubtful that the […]

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