powered by:  SlickSports.com
New York Knicks: Posting and Toasting Blog Articles

Thibodeau praises Brunson after 48-point game: “Not phony, not fake, not disingenuous”

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by David Liam Kyle/NBAE via Getty Images If Friday’s game was a preview of what is coming in the playoffs, then we can all be very happy and excited about what will hit MSG in a couple of weeks. The New York Knicks (45-33) visited their first-round opponents Cleveland Cavaliers (48-30) and demolished them 130-116 on the road, earning their 45th victory of the season and...
  • 327 days ago
  • Hits: 275

Knicks 130, Cavaliers 116: “I don’t want to hear the ‘one superstar away’ nonsense anymore.”

Posting and Toasting (Russell_Richardson) — Ken Blaze-USA TODAY Sports A career-night and an auspicious win bodes well for the potential playoff match-up. Two questions loomed large when the Knicks arrived at Ohio’s Rocket Mortgage FieldHouse: will the New York Knicks (45-33) persevere without their injured All-Star Julius Randle, and how would they fare against their potential Playoff opponent, the fourth-seed Cleveland...
  • 328 days ago
  • Hits: 616

Knicks 130, Cavaliers 116: Scenes from a message sent

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Photo by Jason Miller/Getty Images Even without Julius Randle, the Knicks gave the Cavaliers 48+ reasons to worry The New York Knicks kept their slim hopes for homecourt in the first round alive with a 130-116 win in Cleveland that at least for one night stopped the Cavaliers from clinching the fourth seed themselves. In the Knicks’ first game this season without Julius Randle, they...
  • 328 days ago
  • Hits: 264

How will the Knicks handle the loss of Julius Randle?

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Wendell Cruz-USA TODAY Sports Randle will be missed, but it’s an opportunity for others to step up It was reported yesterday that the Knicks ’ All-Star power forward, Julius Randle, will miss at least two weeks with a sprained ankle. Soon afterwards, fans were likely seized by many questions, which was a reasonable reaction considering this is pretty unfamiliar territory for both...
  • 328 days ago
  • Hits: 202

Julius Randle will miss at least the next two weeks with a sprained ankle

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images Uh oh. When Knicks power forward Julius Randle left Wednesday’s game against the Miami Heat with an ankle injury, fans held their collective breath waiting for news of the severity of his injury. Well, the news came back Thursday, and it ain’t good. Randle suffered an ankle sprain and will miss at least the next two weeks. Knicks say Julius...
  • 328 days ago
  • Hits: 198

Lucky Number 25

Posting and Toasting (Lee Escobedo) — Photo by Michael Reaves/Getty Images The Knicks hitting on the 25th pick in back-to-back years is unheard of. For decades, the NBA Draft went by with the Knicks either as spectators or on the outside looking in. Past front-office leaders like Isiah Thomas traded draft picks like they were worthless. Or, like Phil Jackson, they squandered late first-round picks on players with low...
  • 329 days ago
  • Hits: 148

Stay in the moment, Knicks fans

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images Don’t go chasing waterfalls When my daughter was four, we’d play Mario Kart together, the old N64 version. She was too young to play by herself, so “we” meant the two of us on one controller, she pressing the gas button the whole time while I did everything else. By the time she was seven she’d shown enough growth in other areas that I had her...
  • 329 days ago
  • Hits: 195

RJ Barrett after beating Miami: “No Ju, so we kind of had to figure something out”

Posting and Toasting (chapulana) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images “It’s a sprain.” Let’s leave it there. On the day the New York Knicks (44-33) virtually won a number five seed in the Eastern Conference, they lost a key member of their rotation and someone they will need if they want to make any sort of postseason run. The Knicks hosted the Miami Heat (40-37) at MSG on Wednesday, dealt with them in a...
  • 329 days ago
  • Hits: 250

Knicks 101, Heat 92: “Praise Be"

Posting and Toasting (Sean Saint Jacques) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images The Knicks magic number is now two to clinch a playoff spot. The Knicks took down the Miami Heat at Madison Square Garden on Wednesday night and won the season series over their eastern conference rivals. It was a collective effort as Julius Randle left the game in the second quarter with a sprained left ankle and Jalen Brunson not playing...
  • 329 days ago
  • Hits: 196

Knicks 101, Heat 92: Scenes from the bitter & the sweet

Posting and Toasting (MMiranda) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images So there’s good news and bad news On a night the Knicks essentially clinched a spot in the playoffs, they were struck by a thunderbolt that could cripple them once there. Their 101-92 win over the Miami Heat was a true team effort, inspiring but also necessary in light of Julius Randle leaving the game in the first half with an ankle injury. He...
  • 330 days ago
  • Hits: 269

Julius Randle left Wednesday’s game with a sprained ankle

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Photo by Dustin Satloff/Getty Images He won’t return. New York Knicks power forward Julius Randle left Wednesday’s game against the Miami Heat after spraining his ankle late in the second quarter. He was fouled, stayed in the game to shoot the two free throws, and then left the game before halftime. The Knicks announced he would not return. Randle was in the midst of a pretty...
  • 330 days ago
  • Hits: 152

Game Preview: Knicks vs. Heat- 03/29/23

Posting and Toasting (Kento Kato) — Sam Navarro-USA TODAY Sports Big game with big implications After finally ending their three-game losing streak with a comfortable and dominant win against the lowly Rockets, the 43-33 Knicks host the 40-36 Heat in what will be a crucial game with significant seeding implications. The Heat, much like the Knicks, have struggled as of late. They find themselves three games behind the...
  • 330 days ago
  • Hits: 141

NBA on ESPN Preview: Three tough teams and the Mavs are slated for Wednesday Night

Posting and Toasting (Russell_Richardson) — Jerome Miron-USA TODAY Sports Wednesday’s ESPN doubleheader has snuck up on you again. There are two excellent games on the docket with the Dallas Mavericks (36-39) facing the Philadelphia 76ers (49-25), and then the NBA champion Minnesota Timberwolves (39-37) taking on the Phoenix Suns (40-35). These are four professional basketball teams and both games should be...
  • 330 days ago
  • Hits: 312

The Heat lost in Toronto Tuesday night, now 3 games back of Knicks heading into big matchup at MSG

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Photo by Christian Bonin/NBAE via Getty Images Jimmy Butler was out. The Knicks need to fend off the Brooklyn Nets and Miami Heat if they want to lock up the No. 5 seed in the East. They’re finished playing the Nets (2-2 season record), but they have a massive game against the Heat Wednesday night at MSG. If the Knicks win, they’ll clinch the season series and tiebreaker should Miami...
  • 331 days ago
  • Hits: 282

Jalen Brunson (sprained wrist) is expected to play Wednesday against the Heat, per Mike Breen

Posting and Toasting (Joe Flynn) — Photo by Elsa/Getty Images Please be right! Knicks point guard Jalen Brunson missed Monday night’s victory over the Houston Rockets with a sprained right wrist. It was Brunson’s second consecutive game missed, and his eighth of the last 11. It is still officially unknown whether he will be available for Wednesday’s hugely important matchup against the Miami Heat . However,...
  • 331 days ago
  • Hits: 278

©2001-2012 ultimateknicks.comm All rights reserved. About Us.
This site is not affiliated with the NY Knicks or the National Basketball Association in any way.
You may visit the official NY Knicks web site by clicking here.

All times (GMT-05:00) Eastern Time.

Terms of Use and Privacy Policy