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How The Knicks Can Effectively Use Amar’e Stoudemire

Knicker Blogger (bgibberman) — It’s impossible to avoid the positivity regarding the potential resurgence of Amar’e Stoudemire these days as the New York Knicks get set for the 2014-2015 season.Before their fifth preseason game against the Milwaukee Bucks Monday night — one in which Stoudemire got his first start of the preseason at center — studio analyst Wally Szczerbiak, filling in for Walt Frazier as MSG’s...
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Raptors 83, Knicks Fake Basketball Comes to a Close

Knicker Blogger (bgibberman) — The Knicks preseason came to a conclusion and the winner of their final game against the Raptors was… the crowd at the Bell Centre in Montreal. Those crazy Francophilic Canadians brought it like it was Game Seven of a playoff series. Zut alors! As for the preseason tilt, Toronto won 83-80, riding an absolute blowout of a third quarter where they outscored New York 25-11. For a while...
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J.R. Smith Has “Basketball” Explained to Him

Knicker Blogger (Kevin McElroy) — Ace ESPN New York scribe Ohm Youngmisuk has a new article out on ESPN.com, wherein he transcribes various discussions he’s had with various Knicks’ personnel that suggest that one Earl Joseph Smith — presumably some 20+ years into the organized-basketball-playing portion of his mortal life — has come to understand some nuances of the sport that had previously escaped...
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Pre-Knicks 103, Pre-Wizards 100

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — We’re creeping ever closer to actual, this-actually-counts basketball, folks. Tonight, it even felt like there was something at stake, you could get into the rhythms and pace of a regular season game. The cluttered, hoarder’s mess of hooping that’s been on display so far, where you really had to dig though stacks of magazines and piles of those pizza box thingies in order to say anything...
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ESPN.com: From Phil Jackson’s Point of View

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — Charley Rosen had an excellent piece on ESPN.com today (tip of the hat to alsep73 for the link) where he got Phil Jackson to post his candid views on each member of the Knicks’ roster, even players destined to only play in the D-League. Here is the link. It is a fascinating look at Jackson’s views on the players, because so much of it doesn’t remotely resemble the truth, so...
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Pre-Bucks 120, Pre-Knicks 107

Knicker Blogger (Kevin Udwary) — there is one thing I’ve learned in my brief time as a mild mannered #sporps blogger for a major metropolitan website, it’s that you can make very precise and incredibly accurate predictions from one preseason game. In fact, I started writing these predictions down after just the first quarter, due to my keen, well-honed powers of observation. Prepare yourself for some takes so...
  • 4 days ago
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Starks Sees Big Things With Bargnani

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Big, steamy things.
  • 8 days ago
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The Knickerblogger Podcast, Episode IX: Kevin McElroy

Knicker Blogger (Robert Silverman) — Four preseason games down and we continue to inch towards the regular season. Bryan Gibberman and Kevin McElroy had a lovely little convo on Ye Olde Knickerblogger Podcast, Est. 2004, Mike Kurlyo, Prop., about the team’s fits and starts, how a gaggle of new bros fit the triangle, said shapely offense’s relevance and effectiveness in this here newfangled, modern NBA, the starting...
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Pre-Raptors 81, Pre-Knicks 76

Knicker Blogger (Robert Silverman) — Hi Knickerbloggeristas, So I missed the first quarter and a half but the score was a robust 26-22 by the time I tuned in. And no, I don’t own a TiVo. Yes, I have to rub two sticks together and sacrifice a goat to my Dark Lord and Master to get a wireless signal. I do it because of my fidelity to old school, ruggedly individualistic blogging and my Ludditic fear of technology and/or exorbitant...
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Pre-Knicks 96, Pre-Celtics 80

Knicker Blogger (Robert Silverman) — Basketball! To start, a semi-painful admission: it may be partially due to a three-month hibernation without watching more than the odd Summer League tilt, but for vast swathes of this game I was as confused as a lost, wet puppy in the rain staring at a street sign. (Yes, it was adorbs.) Whether it was all the new ‘Bockers, a totally different, rather intricate offensive system, a revamped (if...
  • 13 days ago
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Celtics REDACTED, Knicks 404 NOT FOUND

Knicker Blogger (Kevin McElroy) — Tonight the Knicks and Celtics had a preseason game scheduled.  If you choose to accept that it happened, feel free to comment on it below.  If you want to believe that summer can last forever and backdoor cuts past an unsuspecting Andrea Bargnani are still a glimmer in the eye of a distant autumn, then by all means fly away from these parts like a beggar on his wish-horse.  Whatever happened...
  • 16 days ago
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2015 Preseason Keys: Part 4

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Although the NBA preseason games are officially meaningless, they contain indicators that may reveal what the regular season will be like. With the Knicks’ first game coming soon (October 8th), the good folks here at KnickerBlogger have put together a guide for the keys to watch for.WARNING THIS BLOG CONTAINS NSFW THEMES.
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The Knickerblogger Podcast, Episode VIII: Robert Silverman

Knicker Blogger (Robert Silverman) — The New York Knicks are back! Woo! Basketball! Take off your pants and run around the house, banging large kitchen utensils together! What? The first preseason game isn’t until Wednesday? Sigh…killjoy. In any case, training camp is in full swing and so it seemed like an appropriate time to bring back the Knickerblogger Podcast. Bryan Gibberman and I discussed the chief storylines...
  • 18 days ago
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2015 Preseason Keys: Part 3

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Although the NBA preseason games are officially meaningless, they contain indicators that may reveal what the regular season will be like. With the Knicks’ first game coming soon (October 8th), the good folks here at KnickerBlogger have put together a guide for the keys to watch for. In part 1, I spoke about Derek Fisher’s importance to the 2015 season. And in part 2, I looked at...
  • 19 days ago
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2015 Preseason Keys: Part 2

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Although the NBA preseason games are officially meaningless, they contain indicators that may reveal what the regular season will be like. With the Knicks’ first game coming soon (October 8th), the good folks here at KnickerBlogger have put together a guide for the keys to watch for. Lately I’ve been watching Meerkat Manor with the family. It’s a documentish show about rodent-like...
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