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Knicker Blogger (Jim Cavan) — Alook. If the Knicksand the Magi care gonna get all drunk to play BASKETBALL, thn I’MGONNA get drunk to RITE THE RECAPP. Fairs fair. FASIRS FAR. Bsides AVERYONE s drunkk tonight!!!!! TSI THNKSGIVING! Jst dont drivewhateveryado. Don’t DO IT. CAasll acab or ubar ora whaeveer. an happy THKANKSGIVANG. DONPT’ BRINGS UP BEAN CARSON AT THE DIANNER TIBABLE! New York Knicks 91 Final Recap |...
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The Kristapocalypse is Nigh

Knicker Blogger (Erik Judd) — Friday night.  June.  New York City. It’s the eve of Game 5 of the NBA Finals and the series is tied.  The boroughs are buzzing following the New York Rangers championship parade held earlier that afternoon, and the faithful believe that this will be the year their beloved Knickerbockers capture the title that has eluded them since the glory days of the early 1970s.  The league has been...
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You Bet Your Assets: EuroKnicks

Knicker Blogger (mikeplugh) — In the always on world of the Intertubes there is no offseason. There is no basketball frontier to remote or obscure. Ball is life. 24-7-365. Anywhere, everywhere, always and forever. Ball is life. With that in mind, I thought I’d turn my attention to a couple of assets controlled by the Knicks, that are sometimes out of sight and out of mind. The two assets in question are our dear...
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Recap: Knicks 78, Heat 95

Knicker Blogger (Domenic Lanza) — A few minutes into the third quarter, I was emotionally prepared to chalk this up to a quick recap, and toss-up a funny picture or two. Unfortunately, Mike beat me to the the post. Luckily, this game was a complete and utter disaster, so I don’t think anyone could fault me for kicking things off with a ‘too long, didn’t read’ version of the recap: This was without...
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Who in the world is Zemgus Girgensons?

Knicker Blogger (mikeplugh) — Who in the world is Zemgus Girgensons? If you know the answer to that question, you’re either Latvian, a Buffalo Sabres fan, or play fantasy hockey. As I am none of those things, I had no idea who Zemgus Girgensons was. That name meant absolutely nothing until I began to tease out the possibility that Kristaps Porzingis might have a shot at being a starting player in the 2016 All Star...
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Jose Calderon Starting To Produce

Knicker Blogger (misterma) — Every dies, baby that’s a fact / But maybe everything someday comes back ~Bruce Springsteen Maybe it was a holdover from Halloween, but it was undeniable that Jose Calderon looked like a corpse to start this season. In his first six games, the Spaniard shot like a stormtrooper and defended… pretty much the way he normally does. But he’s beginning to play like a real NBA point guard...
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Knicks 93, Thunder 90

Knicker Blogger (Jim Cavan) — Editor’s Note: Following Friday’s far-too-nerve-racking win over the Oklahoma City Thunder, Knickerblogger was given exclusive access to rookie sensation and newly crowned Latvian Dictator for Life Kristaps Porzingis. By “exclusive,” of course, we mean “a battalion of Knicks PR supervised the interview with sniper rifles trained on my skull at all times.”...
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What Did Kobe Really Say To Porzingis?

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — We’re not sure, but we’re guessing it was one of these.
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Recap: Knicks 102, Hornets 94

Knicker Blogger (Domenic Lanza) — Part of me was inclined to begin this recap by discussing the Knicks excellent ball movement this evening (61.1% of their FG were assisted, Melo had 5+ assists for the third time this season, and four others had 3+). Another wanted to point out how efficient the team was, hitting 10 of 20 from deep and 20 of 21 from the line – which would build upon the first point, as their extra passes...
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Knicks Can’t Shoot, But They Can Score

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — According to Basketball-Reference.com, the New York Knicks’ offense is ranked 13th in the league. That’s a pretty healthy showing, especially for a team coming off a 17 win season with a fair amount of new players. However there is one oddity with this statistic: the Knicks can’t shoot. New York is 26th in effective field goal percentage (.461). So how is New York scoring so...
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Recap: Knicks 95, Pelicans 87

Knicker Blogger (misterma) — Brian Cronin wrote Saturday in the recap for the Cavs game that he didn’t get the Kevin Seraphin signing. Neither did I. Seraphin was part of a mess of bigs Phil Jackson added this summer: Robin Lopez, Derrick Williams, Kyle O’Quinn and Kristaps Porzingis were the others. It was hard to see how Seraphin could fit in, especially after suffering through an injury to start the season. Well,...
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Not-So-Quick Recap: Knicks 84, Cavaliers 90

Knicker Blogger (Brian Cronin) — Sorry for the lack of a game thread tonight, folks. I had left my apartment around 5:00 PM, and I thought that was too early to presume no one else was handling the game thread. In the future, I’ll just schedule a game thread before I go to go up about a half hour before the game and if someone else wants to do a more in-depth one, they can just replace mine before it posts (and as I...
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Roundtable: Gallo/Melo, Second Scorer, and Fisher

Knicker Blogger (Mike Kurylo) — Who will have the higher TS% when the season is over: Carmelo Anthony or Langston Galloway? Kurylo: Carmelo. Right now Galloway leads 63.0% to 50.3%. I want to say Langston, given all the hard work he’s put in to become a better player. However his 3p% is at 60% and is propping up that ts%. If we knock his 3p% down to last year’s rate of 35.2%, Gallo’s ts% drops to 50%. Or in simpler terms,...
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Quick Recap: Knicks 96, Hornets 95

Knicker Blogger (Kevin Udwary) — I don’t care what Mr. NBA-Man says, that shot was good enough for me. This was a solid victory, especially considering the team had to travel from Canada to Carolina overnight for this second game of a back-to-back. It was nice to see Afflalo back and contributing, as well as Amundson getting some productive minutes. Melo cooking in the third quarter and Calderon not looking like a...
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