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An Open Letter to James Dolan

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — One of our longtime posters, Frank, asked if I could share this open letter he wrote to James Dolan. So here ya go! – BC Dear Mr. Dolan, I have been a Knicks fan for as long as I can remember. I remember scanning the box scores in the paper as a kid, looking for Bill Cartwright’s and Bernard King’s line after every game. I lived and died with the Knicks of the 90s, cheering their...
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Porzingods and Men

Knicker Blogger (mikeplugh) — By now, perhaps you’ve seen the short film “Porzingod,” which debuted at the Tribeca Film Festival recently. It’s a 3+ minute prayer to the gods of the New York Knickerbockers, conducted by John Leguizamo and Adam Mucci. The film was written and directed by Conor Byrne, and produced by Tyler Byrne for Brudder Films. You’ve been there. I’ve been there....
  • 5 days ago
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ESPN.com: David Blatt among available coaches who interest Knicks, sources say

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — Chris Broussard and Ian Begley report: New York Knicks interim coach Kurt Rambis continues to get strong consideration to become the team’s full-time coach, but team president Phil Jackson does intend to speak to other available candidates, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com on Monday that former Cleveland Cavaliers coach David Blatt is among the names who interest the...
  • 20 days ago
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Your “Because Knicks” Story of the Day: Sources: Phil Jackson pushing for Knicks to keep Kurt Rambis

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — According to Marc Stein and Ian Begley of ESPN.com: The New York Knicks are giving strong consideration to making Kurt Rambis their full-time head coach, according to league sources. Sources told ESPN.com that Rambis, who has served as the Knicks’ interim coach since Derek Fisher was fired Feb. 8, is the preferred choice of team president ?Phil Jackson, who sources say is pushing for a...
  • 26 days ago
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2015-16 Recap: Knicks 87, Pacers 92

Knicker Blogger (Erik Judd) — Sorry I’m pulling a “better late than never” recap on you guys today. I won’t bore you with the details of why I couldn’t do this yesterday, but rest assured that family obligations can indeed set fire to an entire day’s worth of time. I barely even got to watch the game as it was played, and just finally got the chance to watch the replay. The Knicks played...
  • 26 days ago
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2015-16 Recap: Knicks 89, Mavericks 91

Knicker Blogger (Erik Judd) — Well, I think it’s safe to say that we are all shocked and left to ponder how the Knicks uncharacteristically spent the 4th quarter collectively forgetting how to execute an NBA offense. The Knicks, a model of 4th-quarter consistency in this league, finally succumbed to the laws of mathematics and played poorly to finish the ga—okay, that’s enough blatant sarcasm, even for...
  • 32 days ago
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Quick Recap: Knicks vs. Bulls

Knicker Blogger (mikeplugh) — Wow. That was really a beating. … … The Knicks administered a beating. Our Knicks. Take that in for a second. I wrote in the game thread that the two teams facing off tonight lost their tough somewhere along the way. The Knicks lost it a long time ago and the Bulls are in the process of coping with their loss just now. I think they may be in the denial stage. Kristaps Porzingis was...
  • 39 days ago
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Cut to the Chase Episode 39: Mike Kurylo on the Knicks

Knicker Blogger (Chase Thomas) — It’s been a while since I’ve written here, but I’m back and happy to share the most-recent episode of my podcast that features Mike Kurylo. In the episode, we talk about the state of the New York Knicks, whether the team should trade Carmelo Anthony, what’s going on with Phil Jackson, what the team should do this summer, Kristaps Porzingis, and much more. Here are three...
  • 41 days ago
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Podcast: Cut To The Chase

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Last night I chatted with Chase Thomas on the state of the Knicks. Despite my protests he recorded it, and has published it to the web for everyone to hear.
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Phil Jackson destroyed the stability he created with Knicks

Knicker Blogger (bgibberman) — The attraction of Phil Jackson running the New York Knicks was he would bring a sensibility to the organization that often didn’t exist. Whether you agreed or disagreed with the moves Jackson made through the pre-firing Derek Fisher portion of his tenure, his presence became easier to accept because of a level of stability. The team owned by James Dolan was going along in a rational manner....
  • 45 days ago
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2015-16 Recap: Knicks 90, Lakers 87

Knicker Blogger (Erik Judd) — JO-SE, JOSE JOSE JOSE… JOOO-SEEEE…. JOOO-SEEEE!!! After a pretty boring string of events to get us there, the end of the game was pretty damn exciting, wasn’t it? After everyone had sweated out their hangovers (poor Kristaps “stomach flu” Porzingis couldn’t hang, I guess. Part of growing up, kid) the 4th quarter was downright captivating for a game that...
  • 48 days ago
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Quick Threecap: Knicks vs. Suns

Knicker Blogger (mikeplugh) — Me (7:30pm EST) – “Sasha Vujacic is starting. *&^*&^ Rambis. This is going to be awful.” Me (11:00pm EST) – “SASHA VUJACIC!!!!!! GREAT KNICK OR GREATEST KNICK?!!!” As bad as the Knicks were last night, they were just as sharp tonight. I don’t want to hype the performance too much because the Suns are glugbaciously bad. They’re so bad I...
  • 53 days ago
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2015-16 Recap: Knicks 94, Nuggets 110

Knicker Blogger (Erik Judd) — I’d like to think that we can all agree on what the two biggest problems with this team are, as the season sputters like a 2 year-old hampster towards its eventual and merciful end. The talent at guard is nearly nonexistent, and the coaching has been about as effective as Don Draper is at being monogamous. The kids could use more run and a better coach, but still, I just don’t see...
  • 53 days ago
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Knicks Sign Point Guard Tony Wroten to 3-Year Contract

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — The Knicks are finalizing a three-year deal with free agent fourth year point guard, Tony Wroten, according to Yahoo! Sports’ Shams Charania (who has become one of the top “scoops” guy in the business). So far in his career, Tony Wroten has been awful. Just awful. However, he’s only 22 years old, he’s very fast (although he’s coming off of a significant...
  • 55 days ago
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